Tiger Woods inspired a generation of minority golfers when he burst onto the scene as a charismatic young star who won tournaments with laser-like focus and sheer power. Woods inspired many minority golf players as he came onto the scene, breaking the barriers of the modern golf world with his raw talent. Today, some of the people who were among Woods’s most loyal fans are … Continue reading Minority Golfers Hurt By Woods’ Fall From Grace
Every year Senate and House members on both sides of the aisle team up on the field and spend time creating friendships and allowing a sense of camaraderie. Continue reading Since When Has Their Been A Congressional Baseball Game
Fans of the basketball world cannot help but notice the many celebrities that occupy the Oracle Arena courtside seats to watch their touted Golden State Warriors. Seemingly, the purpose is to watch a game up-close and personal, however there lies a bigger motive which is the effort in trying to earn an invite to a practice. The Warriors’ practice facility in Oakland is no stranger … Continue reading Warriors Generously Cater To Celebrities.
NBC Sports announced that Olympic announcer Bob Costas was no longer covering the Olympics and will be replaced by Mike Tirico. Costas made the announcement on the Today show. Tirico’s first assignment will be the 2018 Olympic games in Korea. Costas will remain with NBC Sports and will make appearances when needed, just like Tom Brokaw does for NBC News. Tirico is currently the commentator … Continue reading Olympic Announcer Bob Costas Handing Torch to Mike Tirico
Former FBI director Robert Mueller on Thursday released his report on the NFL’s handling of the Ray Rice case. The report released found no evidence anyone in the league office received or viewed a video of Rice punching out his fiancée in an Atlantic City casino elevator. The full 96 page report was posted online Thursday, making several recommendations for the league. The findings weaknesses … Continue reading Mueller report clears NFL in Ray Rice case
NFL Defends Two-Game Suspension for Ray Rice Roger Goodell and the NFL are fighting criticism that they were too soft on Ravens running back Ray Rice, slapping him with just a two game suspension for a domestic violence incident. Adolpho Birch, the league’s senior vice president of labor policy, went on ESPN radio Monday morning defending the decision to suspend Rice for the first two … Continue reading NFL Fights critics of two-game suspension for Ray Rice