NBA on track to resume, but Adam Silver voices concerns

The coronavirus rages in the United States, halting progress made by multiple states and causing many to regress from opening back up as they’ve done in the past few days. NBA commissioner Adam Silver spoke during an appearance on Time 100 Talks about the status of the NBA”s restart. Never full steam ahead no matter … Read more

The NFL’s restart has a chance of getting ugly

Major League Baseball had a long and arduous time figuring things out when discussing the restart of their season. Players stood their ground long enough to coerce the owners into looking like billionaire villains, while the owners attempted to negotiate the number of games down and reveal the player’s greed in the process. Nobody looked … Read more

5 Potential nicknames for a Detroit-based MLS team

It’s been quite some time since we heard anything on expansion in Major League Soccer, after Detroit formally submitted their bid to house an MLS team. But good news on Wednesday surfaced for those in Detroit hoping for a team to arrive, as the city was been named a finalist to be a potential landing … Read more

College Five: The games to watch in Week 3 of college football

Things started to fall into place for the College Football Playoff picture in Week 2. Clemson showed their defense hadn’t missed a beat, Baker Mayfield staked (HA!) his claim for the Heisman, Notre Dame continued to flounder, and USC finally overcame a dreaded rival in Stanford. What will we have in store for Week 3? … Read more

Michigan, Michigan State fans rank on opposite ends of ‘Happiness Index’ by ESPN

ESPN decided to rile up all kinds of emotions before the college football season starts on August 26th. The worldwide leader in sports created a ranking system of the “happiness” of every fan base in college football. Their list included every FBS program and uses the patented “Fan Happiness Index” to rank them 1-128. The criterion … Read more