Prancercise: Finally Catching On?
Sick of P90X?
Too lazy to head to the gym?
Jallen Messersmith has come out as the first openly gay men's college basketball player in the United States.
The Benedictine College center told The Associated Press this week that he revealed his sexuality to coaches and teammates before this past season, opening up again Tuesday to Outsports.com.
Well, this has to hurt. In all the wrong places.
For some reason, the following video depicts a large man gearing himself up to bench press... only to remove the bar from its stationary location... bounce it off his belly numerous times... and then finally finish off his lift and walk away proudly.
Cullen Finnerty, a star quarterback at Grand Valley State who briefly played in the NFL for the Baltimore Ravens and Denver Broncos, has been found dead.
Maurice Jones-Drew has been arrested and, just to get this out of the way, no: we don't know how this will affect his fantasy football draft status.
Who said the life of a sideline reporter was a safe and easy one?
Last month, Kelly Nash was nearly clocked in the head while taking a self-portrait in Fenway Park.
On the field, Adrian Peterson leaves little room for debate: He's one of the best running backs in the history of the NFL.
But the All-Pro appeared last week on Sirius XM NFL Radio and stirred up some controversy with his thoughts on gay marriage.
The NFL Players Association has set its sights on Jay Z.
According to NFL.com, questions have arisen over the recruitment of New York Jets rookie quarterback Geno Smith, who dumped his agent soon after this year's draft and signed with Roc Nation Sports.
Robbie Rogers has signed a contract with the Los Angeles Galaxy of Major League Soccer, meaning he will soon become the first openly gay athlete to participate in an American team sport.
The former U.S. national team wing blogged in February that he was both homosexual and taking a break from the sport, writing at the time:
Third grader Maggie Ciara has a serious case of Stanley Cup fever, as evidenced by an answer the Chicago Blackhawks fan put on a recent math test.
The question: “What is 9 times 9?” The answer? Hossa.