Orioles Brian Matusz caught cheating

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Baltimore Orioles pitcher Brian Matusz was caught cheating last night in the 12th inning against the Miami Marlins. Marlins manager Dan Jennings informed home plate umpire Jordan Baker that Matusz seemed to be touching his right forearm before each pitch. Baker then, along with crew chief Paul Emmel, went to the mound to check things out. What they… { Continue Reading }

Notre Dame, Kansas still paying Charlie Weis

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Remember Charlie Weis? Big dopy fat guy who used to coach football at Notre Dame and then Kansas? Even though he was fired by both educational institutions, he’s still getting a paycheck from both schools. ESPN, the self-proclaimed worldwide leader in sports, is reporting that Weis has raked in nearly $15 million from Notre Dame… { Continue Reading }

Jets fans buy billboards to mock Tom Brady

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New York Jets fans bought 12 billboards up and down the New Jersey turnpike to poke fun at Tom Brady, disgraced cheater and quarterback for the New England Patriots. Jets fans don’t care for the Patriots. Mostly it’s because they play in the same division, but it’s also because the last time the Patriots were caught… { Continue Reading }

NFL suspends Tom Brady four games, fines Patriots

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The NFL suspended New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady for the first four games of the 2015 regular season for his involvement in Deflategate. They also docked the Patriots a first-round pick in the 2016 draft as well as a forth-round pick in the 2017 draft. They also fined the team one million dollars. The… { Continue Reading }

ESPN fired Bill Simmons

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ESPN, the self-proclaimed worldwide leader in sports, fired its long-time podcaster, columnist, creator of content, and provocateur, Bill Simmons. Grandland, the website founded by Simmons, will remain under the control of ESPN. As of this morning, Simmons is still listed prominently on the Grantland website and he’s still identified as its editor-in-chief. I’m surprised this… { Continue Reading }