Unfortunately, there aren't many homos in the NFL, which leaves gay men interested in the league (or at least the players) with nothing to do but fantasize about which guys we'd like to draft to play for our "team."
Don is 80 years old, and presumably he's got enough anger and cash to go on battling his enemies in court until he dies. Best case scenario: He leaves behind a tangled mess of ill will and legal bills.
It may come as somewhat of a surprise, but many of the writers whose work you admire also have full-time "real" jobs that allows them to live while banging out words about their favorite sports teams.
For the record, I will say I do not like white rappers. There have been a few decent ones over the course of rap's history, but the scales are so tipped the other way that it's just easier to make a blanket statement against all white rappers…
The Cubs' suit claims people confuse the mascots with official team employees and that the character has made "rude, profane, and derogatory remarks and gesticulations to patrons, ticket holders, fans or other individuals located in the area of Wrigley Fi…
The uber-talented kids who pass through the NCAA on their way to a fat NFL contract and a set of endorsement deals might be justified in not caring about whether they're exploited, but their fellow athletes are getting screwed.
Throw away your cynicism, open your heart, and embrace Kacy Catanzaro, who became the greatest athlete in televised obstacle course history by performing unbelievable feats of strength and agility in front of a crowd of emotional fans.
Theo Ehret was the house photographer at the Olympic Auditorium in downtown LA from the mid 1960s until the early 1980s, where he took photographs of larger-than-life personalities like Muhammad Ali, André the Giant, and George Foreman.
Although there are not any openly gay men in the MLB, it is statistically likely that there are closeted players in the game, and the league is making a concerted effort to foster a more inclusive and tolerant atmosphere to make it easier for a player in
"You can't really budget anything other than rent into your scholarship check. It felt as though we were forced into poverty. We couldn't receive any gifts, free food, or any kind of benefit that might break an NCAA rule."
Mainstream journalists covering Wall Street, or labor issues, or tax policy could learn a lot from how NBA reporters have stepped up and covered their beat with honesty, integrity, and an adversarial spirit that has long been missing in the news media.
There were 171 goals scored in the 2014 World Cup—171 screamers, howlers, shockers, and pens. Fourteen of them humiliated Brazil, six made a star of James Rodriguez, and one was enough to end the tournament. Like an idiot, I watched them all.
We sent photographers Björn Kietzmann and Jermain Raffington into the streets of Berlin last night to get a feel for how the country is celebrating after the biggest German national event since Angela Merkel's (alleged) nude pics.
After the game, fans poured out onto the street. Drums were banged, chants were chanted, people danced. There were some tears. This was the passion of Argentine football half-tamed and transplanted to central London.
Now that the King is returning, we wanted to find out if Clevelanders still wanna throw their LBJ Swingmans into the fires burning on top of the Cuyahoga River. Here's what they had to say—most of it was pretty positive.
As the saying goes: "Skateboarding is so hot right now." And thanks to skating's newfound global popularity, more and more outsider companies are trying to target that youth demographic. Historically speaking, most major brands that dive headf…