The Packers’ quarterback situation is suddenly very dire. Aaron Rodgers is likely out for the season with a broken collarbone, and the team now has to start Brett Hundley, a former fifth-round pick with 44 career NFL pass attempts. Perhaps even more worrying is the fact that behind Hundley is Joe Callahan, a former…
The man in this video, who talks about how wild it is that he’s snorting something that looks like coke before a meeting, looks a hell of a lot like Miami Dolphins offensive line coach Chris Foerster. (The Miami Herald’s Armando Salguero spoke to someone he described as “a club source” who says it is.)
Carlos Carvalhal, the manager of underachieving English second-tier club Sheffield Wednesday, faced some tough questions from the media following a 4-2 defeat to crosstown rivals Sheffield United. Rather than answer simply with words, a testy Carvalhal pulled out a 20-pound note and gave reporters a visual…
Denver police are investigating an incident involving cheerleaders at East High School being forced to participate in painful and possibly abusive practice routines. 9 News was sent a series of videos in which cheerleaders on the East High team are forced into a split position while screaming in pain. This is not how…
Mexico beat New Zealand 2-1 in a Confederations Cup match today, but the game wasn’t stress-free for El Tri. Mexico went into halftime down 1-0, and their manager, Juan Carlos Osorio, got into a heated exchange with the New Zealand sideline less than a half hour into the match.
The Grizzlies recovered from a huge deficit tonight against the Spurs, but eventually fell short of a comeback win, losing 96-82. Kawhi Leonard shot 19 free throws in the game while the Grizzlies shot just 15, a fact which coach Dave Fizdale was quick to note in his postgame press conference.
Auburn’s softball team beat Florida 1-0 yesterday, and after the game Tigers shortstop Haley Fagan got into it with Florida head coach Tim Walton.
Rick Pitino was mad tonight! How mad? Mad enough that he had to be held back by his assistant coaches as he and a North Carolina fan got into a shouting match.
UCLA head football coach Jim Mora is known to be a bit of a dick, which means he’s not the best guy to put on the air right after you’ve finished talking about how his quarterback, Josh Rosen, struggled this season. Unfortunately, that’s exactly what ESPN did during their coverage of National Signing Day:
Indiana flattened Rutgers on Sunday, beating the Scarlet Knights 76-57 in a mostly unremarkable game. There was one attention-grabbing moment after the final buzzer, when Indiana head coach Tom Crean ripped into one of his players for throwing a lob pass in the final seconds:
The Missouri and Georgia coaching staffs got into an old-man brawl at the end of the first half of today’s game between the Tigers and Bulldogs in Athens, with referee Karl Hess even inserting himself into the ruckus and shoving people in what his mind we’re sure passes for an attempt to restore order.
Ohio State narrowed Michigan’s lead thanks in part to an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty earned by Jim Harbaugh as the Wolverines head coach melted down on the sideline, eventually breaking his headset.
Barry Hinson’s Southern Illinois Salukis traveled to Fayetteville to take on the Arkansas Razorbacks on Monday night. Hinson’s squad got crushed 90-65, but that didn’t stop him from going in on the home crowd during his postgame presser.
Cincinnati head coach Tommy Tuberville was getting it from the fans after the Bearcats’ 20-3 loss to BYU at home tonight, and he gave it back to one of them—telling the man to “go to hell” and “get a job”:
There’s no good way to lose to the Los Angeles Rams, a team that scored a grand total of nine points through the first eight quarters of the season and is quarterbacked by something called “Case Keenum.” But of all the possible ways to fall to a team as bad as the Rams (really, there aren’t many!), the Bucs found the…
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Two months after the Washington Post reported verbal and emotional abuse in the men’s basketball program—and two weeks before the first practice of the season—George Washington University has fired head coach Mike Lonergan.
At a press conference today, Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh, who used to coach 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick in San Francisco, was asked to give his thoughts about Kaepernick’s refusal to stand for the National Anthem. Harbaugh offered this:
The Wichita State Shockers played an exhibition game against McGill University in Montreal yesterday, a meaningless game that was supposed to be played at half-speed and produce zero headlines. Neither of those things happened.