Ryan Lochte to Join “Dancing with the Stars”

Photo Credit: Ryan Lochte If you watched the 2012 or 2016 Summer Olympics, you probably heard Ryan Lochte’s name at some point, but in case you didn’t know, he is a 12-time Olympic swimming medalist who could possibly add a new trophy to his collection soon. It has been announced that he will compete on the 23rd season of the hit ABC show “Dancing with … Continue reading Ryan Lochte to Join “Dancing with the Stars”

Chargers Pull Back Bosa’s Offer

Photo Credit: ftw.usatoday.com The San Diego Chargers announced on August 24 that they are pulling their offer to Joey Bosa after he declined the team’s “best offer”. A Chargers statement says they presented the defensive end with an offer that included an initial signing bonus larger than any rookie in the past two NFL drafts, more money for 2016 than any other rookie in his class … Continue reading Chargers Pull Back Bosa’s Offer

Dale Earnhardt Jr. Still Not Race Ready

Photo Credit: USA Today After a concussion he suffered in June, Dale Earnhardt Jr. is still undergoing treatment. He will not be racing for another two weeks at least. Rick Hendrick, the team owner, says that Earnhardt wants to get back and is “following what the doctors are saying, to a letter, and doing exactly what he needs to do”, according to ESPN. Earnhardt’s biggest … Continue reading Dale Earnhardt Jr. Still Not Race Ready

USA Comes Back From Disqualification

Photo Credit: SB Nation The United States women’s track team had a rough day on Thursday when their 4×100 meter relay team dropped the baton, giving them a time of 1:06.71 and disqualifying them. Sad, short story, right? Wrong. A protest by the USA claimed that sprinter Allyson Felix, arguably one of the fastest woman sprinters in the world, was bumped by a Brazilian runner … Continue reading USA Comes Back From Disqualification

Final Five Claim Gold

Photo Credit: etonline.com On Tuesday, August 9th, 2016, Simone Biles, Madison Kocian, Aly Raisman, Gabby Douglas, and Laurie Hernandez accepted their Olympic gold medals for the team portion of women’s gymnastics in Rio de Janeiro and became the last U.S. team to be coordinated by women’s gymnastics coach Marta Karolyi. The competition was America’s from the start. The United States ended up winning the gold medal with a … Continue reading Final Five Claim Gold

Nebraska Cornhuskers Football Season Preview

Photo Credit: bestofpicture.com   As an avid Husker fan since age 6, I can definitely say that the past couple of seasons have not been the greatest. With Bo Pelini being relieved of his duties as head coach; former Oregon State coach Mike Riley taking over the Huskers (as well as almost completely changing the entire coaching staff); and a rough 2015 season, which was … Continue reading Nebraska Cornhuskers Football Season Preview

Bucks Sign 2 Draft Picks

Photo Credit: host.madison.com The Milwaukee Bucks announced Saturday that they have signed draft picks Thon Maker and Malcolm Brogdon. Maker was the 10th overall draft pick this year. The 19-year-old played 2 seasons for the Athlete Institute Academy, located in Mono, Ontario, and he was named league MVP last season. Originally from South Sudan, the 7-foot-1-inch Maker earned All-NBA Summer League 2nd Team Honors this … Continue reading Bucks Sign 2 Draft Picks

Roger Federer Skipping Olympic Games

Photo Credit: sportingnews.com Roger Federer has announced on his Facebook page that he is sitting out the rest of his season to protect his left knee, which was surgically repaired in February. Because of this, he is skipping the 2016 Olympics and the U.S. Open. Federer hasn’t played tennis since losing at Wimbledon to Milos Raonic in the semifinals earlier this month. During the match, … Continue reading Roger Federer Skipping Olympic Games