USA may lose Sochi Medal Count after Disappointing Hockey Loss


Over the past few days, it’s been tough to keep track of who’s on top in the Sochi Games’ medal count. With a blaze of events finishing up both while we’re all sleeping and awake, The Netherlands, United States, Norway, … Continue reading

Greg Robinson’s Stock goes way up after 2014 NFL Combine


Going into the 2014 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium, the focus has been on quarterbacks. There’s a very realistic possibility that three out of the top five picks will be quarterbacks, with Houston (#1), Jacksonville (#2), Cleveland (#3) and … Continue reading

President Obama bets Case of Beer over USA vs. Canada Hockey Game


Tomorrow will feature one of the biggest events of the 2014 Winter Olympics as USA takes on Canada in the hockey semifinals. And you can be sure that there’ll be some heavy betting action on the game, with some punters … Continue reading

Don’t expect Raiders to pass on a Good Quarterback


Once again, the Oakland Raiders are coming off a very disappointing season where they finished 4-12 and were nowhere near the playoff picture. And once again, they have the opportunity to land a high draft pick who could make a … Continue reading

Holcomb, Langton win First US Two-Man Bobsled Medal in 62 Years


Four years ago, at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics, Steven Holcomb became the face of US bobsledding after leading the four-man team to a gold medal. Now, he’s helped the two-man team win its first medal in 52 years. Holcomb, … Continue reading

Andrew Weibrecht, Bode Miller medal for US in Sochi Super-G


Up until yesterday, the US men’s Alpine skiing team wasn’t exactly doing too great at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games. They finished both the Downhill and Super Combined events without a medal, which was extremely disappointing. However, the American … Continue reading