Month: July 2016

Tom Brady Punishment For Deflategate Almost Laughable

Tom Brady, after suspending his endless series of appeals in order to avoid missing the first four games of the upcoming NFL season in the hopes that Donald Trump would be elected President and appoint a Supreme Court judge from Boston to fill the current vacancy and tip the balance…Read More

Aussie Gotsis Likely To Make Immediate Nfl Impact

On the eve of training camp, Broncos rookie Adam Gostis is steeling himself for the inevitable hazing that first-year players endure at the hands of the veterans. Gotsis is no stranger to some good-natured teasing. When he was a high schooler in Australia, his friends made fun of him for…Read More

Day Chases Woods To Become Second To Win Pga Consecutively

In 2005, when the U.S. PGA was last played at Baltusrol Golf Club in New Jersey, Jason Day was playing the role of an uncompensated amateur yet to turn 18 years of age. He returns to defend his title from 2015 when the tournament gets under way in two days….Read More

Round 18 Of 2016 Afl Season Drops Crows From Second To Sixth

Round 18 of the 2016 AFL season is in the books. The Kangaroos maintained their precarious hold on a post-season berth in the finals by dispensing with the Collingwood Magpies by a comfortable 124 – 84 margin. The Swans had their beaks full against the Carlton Blues, eking out a…Read More

NFL to Test Computer Chip Implanted in Balls

The NFL has announced a plan to test footballs embedded with computer chips during the upcoming preseason. This could be an effort to eradicate the sort of controversy engendered when the bombshell announcement that the New England Patriots had mucked about with the inflation pressure of the balls used in…Read More

Dangerfield Parker Martin And Sloane Leading Brownlow Contenders

With six games remaining in the home and away fixture of the 2016 AFL season, Sydney Swans midfielder Luke Parker and Geelong Cats Patrick Dangerfield are tied for the lead at 21 votes each for this year’s Brownlow Medal. One back with 20 is Richmond’s Dustin Martin. Rory Sloane of…Read More

Saints Alive Demons Dead At Etihad Round 17 Afl Game

The 36-point win the St. Kilda Saints posted against the Melbourne Demons in Round 17 set a club record by defeating the Dees for the 14th straight time at Etihad Stadium. With the lead and an open forward line ahead of him Angus Brayshaw of the Demons held the ball…Read More