Monthly Archives: May 2013
Robbie Rogers finally got to play again.
This week: Jimmy Fallon’s “Game of Desks,” UCL Champions League final history of “THE CHAMPIOOONNSSSS” theme song, Cincinnati Bearcat’s players may be the best in the country and the French Open TV schedule.
Jason Collins’ story was a drastic step in the right direction, but he won’t actually be the first openly gay athlete to play in his particular sport. That specific honor goes to Los Angeles Galaxy midfielder Robbie Rogers, when he gets to play.
C’est le Grand Prix.
After being tied through seven innings, Alabama scored three crucial runs in the eighth inning and went on to defeat Auburn 6-3 in the opening round of the SEC Baseball Tournament, on Tuesday.
After being off the air for four months, America’s college football sweetheart, Paul Finebaum has signed a new deal with ESPN.
This week: the Sports Illustrated Fortunate 50, an analysis of sports endorsements in the post-Lance era, an interview with Landon Donovan and 1,000 sports talk radio stations in the future.
ESPN is building a new studio for SportsCenter, and it’s massive.
Sergio Garcia was tied for the lead with Tiger Woods at the Players Championship, until he hit his tee shot into the water around the famed island green 17 at TPC Sawgrass.
Arrested Development is back. But not yet.