Best Stadiums in Sports

Photo Credit: partyearth.com In no particular order, here is a list of the most historic and best designed stadiums in sports. Madison Square Garden- New York Rangers, New York Knicks, St. Johns, and New York Liberty Camp Nou- F.C. Barcelona Wembley Stadium- English National Team Fenway Park- Boston Red Sox Allianz Arena- Bayern Munich AT&T Stadium- Dallas Cowboys Yankee Stadium- New York Yankees The Big … Continue reading Best Stadiums in Sports

4 Teams That Won’t Return To The Playoffs

Photo Credit : sportsus.com In this article, I’ll be listing off the 4 teams that made playoffs last season, but won’t return this upcoming season. Denver Broncos I hate to put the defending Super Bowl champions on this list, but even with their stellar defense I can’t see rookie QB, Paxton Lynch, or bridge QB, Mark Sanchez, beating out the teams in that tough division. … Continue reading 4 Teams That Won’t Return To The Playoffs

Tyler Eifert Set To Undergo Ankle Surgery

Photo Credit : isportsweb.com And this, folks, is why a lot of star players refuse to play in the pro bowl. Bengals right end Tyler Eifert left last season’s pro bowl in a boot and his ankle injury continues to linger. He is now set to have surgery. Eifert hasn’t had the best NFL career since entering the league in 2013, but this past season … Continue reading Tyler Eifert Set To Undergo Ankle Surgery

Hayes Decides to Return to Wisconsin

Photo Credit: wsj.com Wisconsin Badgers junior forward Nigel Hayes has decided to return to school for his senior year and be on the Wisconsin men’s basketball team for one last season. The 21-year-old Hayes, who stands 6’8″ and weighs 235 pounds, is coming off of a junior season in which he scored an average of 15.7 points per game (career high), got an average of … Continue reading Hayes Decides to Return to Wisconsin