HOCKEY REPORTERS ARE SO TOUGH…IF HE WAS A BASKETBALL REPORTER, HE’D BE OUT OF WORK FOR A MONTH!!!@(@#
Belmont is considered far from a Division-I baseball powerhouse but the small Nashville school is suddenly making the rounds amongst the big boys this week.
Less than a month ago, the sports world celebrated Craig Sager’s return to the hardwood to resume his sideline reporting duties for the NBA after a battle with leukemia. This weekend, though, Sager’s son revealed some pretty awful news – his father’s cancer has returned.
Much-deserved welcome home for one of the best @FightingIrish teams you'll ever see. Thanks, @NDmbb. pic.twitter.com/ET6mvODLlJ — Josh Flynt (@jflyntnd518) March 29, 2015 Notre Dame men’s basketball team fought hard against unbeaten Kentucky in the Elite Eight, but at the end of the day they fell just short.
The Carolina Hurricanes held a game of mascot hockey during intermission of Sunday’s game against the Boston Bruins, and the ‘Canes own mascot took home the contest’s unofficial MVP award for this monster of a hit against an opponent.
With 4.0 seconds to go in regulation and his team down by one point, Louisville’s Mangok Mathiang was sent to the free throw line for two shots.
Well, well, well…look what we have here.
Frank Kaminsky of Wisconsin deserves to dance, and dance he will.
Just prior to the El Salvador and Argentina soccer friendly on Saturday at FedEx field there was a very big mistake with the anthems.
Matt Stafford’s wife, Kelly Hall, is not one to back down from protecting her man and she was back at it again over the weekend.
The good looking young man on the left that you are looking at is Winnipeg Jets prospect Ryan Olsen a little ways back. The young man on the right is the same Ryan Olsen who had quite the unfortunate game on Friday night against the Portland Pirates.
The New England Revolution’s Daigo Kobayash needs a little bit of accuracy training, and I have a feeling this cameraman would agree.