Puntin’, Kickin’ and Lovin’ Everyday. That’s the BYU football way in punter Jonny Linehan’s country music video.
Jonny said this about the video:
At the end, I share a highlight of Sam and Mike punting and say a little tribute to them. I think you'll really enjoy this, and I wish Sam and Mike could have been a part of it.
“They’ve got some different pieces going in there in the front seven, but you’ve got to have a guy who can get off the edge and pressure the quarterback. I don’t know who that’s going to be.”
I don’t either. Neither does anybody else. Before we get all homerific with our picks this season and all glassy-eyed from reading glowing reports coming out of fall camp, remember this about our defense.
The Olympics opening ceremony is tonight. It should be interesting. We’ve heard nothing but bad things about Rio; everything from raw sewage-infested waters to the Zika virus (despite the fact that you’re probably more likely to get infected with Zika in Miami than in Rio).
Will Brazil put on an extravagant opening ceremony? I hope not. I don’t think that’s what Brazil needs, and it’s okay to dial it back a notch. Spending millions on an opening ceremony is rather ridiculous given the circumstances. You could argue that it’s ridiculous even for the United States to do that.
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These are the Olympics storylines people will be talking about.
Canadian Olympic swimmer Santo Condorelli also makes like a bird before every race. But instead of flapping like a bird, he flips one. At his father. And Condorelli's father, Joseph, flips off his son right back.
The IOC approved the entry of 271 Russian athletes for the Rio de Janeiro Olympics on Thursday, meaning 70 percent of the country's original team will compete after a doping scandal that has dominated the buildup to the games.
It wouldn’t be the Olympics without those sneaky commie bastards up to no good, would it?
The Olympics are upon us everyone, and that means that Twitter is making a bunch of hashtags so that people can get creative Tweeting for their favorite...
It’s not just us. Funny thing is, how much tweeting does Uganda get?
After his arrest for felony stalking on Monday, Outside the Lines is now reporting Rami Hammad was accused in the middle of the 2015 football season of sexually assaulting a previous girlfriend.
Jim Grobe took this job knowing full well he could just make another million or so a year all while saying “plausible deniability” to himself over and over and over and over and over and over.
The article linked above is a longer version of this embedded tweet, which is incredibly sad.
Would you let your daughter go to Baylor? If you’re a fucking idiot, yes, you would.
“Everything about (the) Auburn coaching staff is not what it seems,” Robinson wrote. “Just because I don’t walk around with (a) fake smile, they feel like they (can) say or try to force anything. “I was stereotyped and disrespected. The football players are not happy with this.”
Torrey Green was an undrafted rookie free agent trying to make it as a linebacker with the Falcons, but ugly details about alleged sexual assaults at Utah State have put that journey to an end real quick.
In a VICE Sports piece, the Indiana coach rightfully mocks the 'amateur' monicker and pokes holes in the artificial, arbitrary limits on player pay based on the Cost of Attendance protocol.
Get ready to yell at your TV!
And so begins the Darrell Hazell Redemption Tour
After producing Carson Wentz, the No. 2 pick in 2016 NFL Draft, North Dakota State has gained national attention as football power.
The new managing editors at Black Heart Gold Pants would like to say hello.
The Iowa Athletic Department hired famous brothers to help with the Kinnick North End Zone renovations. What they found wasn't pretty.
USF President Dr. Judy Genshaft, Athletic Director Mark Harlan, and Board of Trustees Chair Brian Lamb totally passed a note in homeroom to the dreamy Big XII Conference that sits on the other side... Seems about right.
The definition of what it means to be a Nebraska fans is slowly, inevitably changing. Financial, social and inevitable events have forced Huskers everywhere to consider the unthinkable. The streak of streaks is in danger of ending.
Dennis Dodds didn’t get the memo that the sellout streak stories were supposed to be in June. It’s okay. There’s still time before the season kicks off.
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