It doesn’t take a locker room to make shitty men talk like shitty men amongst themselves, but at last night’s debate, Donald Trump doubled down on his claim that his 2005 comments that he used his wealthy status to sexually assault women by grabbing them by the pussy were “just locker room talk.” He then began ranting…
It's almost time for the L.A. Galaxy's players-only night out. And the guest list manages to be inclusive in its exclusiveness.
Robbie Rogers, on in the 77th minute, makes American sports history as the first openly gay male athlete in a major U.S. sport.
Rogers, who had 18 caps for the USMNT, starred for the Columbus Crew, and most recently played for Leeds United, has made the decision to leave soccer at just 25 years old. He made the startling announced in a post on his blog, in which he also publicly proclaimed that he's gay.
The USMNT evened their match against Mexico at one in the 73rd minute on this goal by Robbie Rogers. Rogers came into the match about a minute earlier, replacing Michael Bradley, son of the team's former coach.