Calvin Ridley Stepping Away from Football

By: Gus Wilson On Sunday, October 31, 2021, the Atlanta Falcons were set to play against the Carolina Panthers. However, hours before the game, news broke out that the young star wide receiver for the Falcons, Calvin Ridley, would not play due to personal reasons. This was the second time this season Ridley would sit out of a game, in the last 3 games. Then, … Continue reading Calvin Ridley Stepping Away from Football

Chicago Blackhawks Controversy

By: Gus Wilson During the afternoon of October 26th, news broke in the National Hockey League (NHL). The general manager of the struggling Chicago Blackhawks, Stan Bowman, stepped down, and Senior vice president of hockey operations, Al MacIsaac, also left the team. However, these resignations are not a result of their poor season so far, in which they have zero wins, five losses, and one … Continue reading Chicago Blackhawks Controversy

Jon Gruden resigns as the head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders

By: Gus Wilson In 2018, Jon Gruden, who was one of the commentators for Monday Night Football, came out of retirement to sign a 10-year contract worth $100 million to become the new head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders. On Monday, October 11th, 2021, only three years into the monster deal, Gruden resigned as the head coach of Las Vegas. This resignation was not … Continue reading Jon Gruden resigns as the head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders

Kentucky LB born with 6 fingers on one hand

By: Gus Wilson The University of Kentucky is ranked 16 in the AP poll in college football, exceeding many experts’ expectations of the team. Some of the team’s success can be credited to their defense, including sophomore linebacker J.J. Weaver. Weaver has something about him that is unlike all of his Kentucky teammates; he has 6 fingers on his right hand. Weaver is polydactyly, meaning … Continue reading Kentucky LB born with 6 fingers on one hand

Tom Brady returns to Foxborough for Sunday Night Football

By: Gus Wilson This past Sunday, on October 3rd, the proclaimed greatest football player of all-time, Tom Brady, entered Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts. This wasn’t any normal Sunday Night Football game, however, as it was “The Return”, Brady’s first game back against his former team who he spent 20 years and won 6 super bowls. As a New England Patriot, Tom Brady was a … Continue reading Tom Brady returns to Foxborough for Sunday Night Football

First Female Varsity High School Football Player in New York Scores Touchdown

By: Gus Wilson On September 18th, 2021, history was made in New York, more specifically in Long Island. Mepham High School’s varsity football team faced off against Roslyn on Saturday, in which they came out with the victory. However, the history-changing moment wasn’t the win, it was when wide receiver Sofia LaSpina caught a touchdown pass on her third catch of the game, making her … Continue reading First Female Varsity High School Football Player in New York Scores Touchdown

Fake HS Football Team plays IMG Academy on ESPN Feature

By: Gus Wilson On Sunday, August 29th, International Management Group (IMG) Academy faced off against Bishop Sycamore, a “prestigious” high school program from Ohio in a game that was actually aired live on ESPN. This game resulted in a 58 – 0 blowout in favor of IMG. Throughout the game, the announcers were questioning Bishop Sycamore and how they could not find their “Five Star … Continue reading Fake HS Football Team plays IMG Academy on ESPN Feature