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Watch This Surfer Shred What May Be the ‘Biggest’ Wave in History — And Potentially Break the World Record

Watch This Surfer Shred What May Be the ‘Biggest’ Wave in History — And Potentially Break the World Record

    By Jena Greene | Reporter   British surfer Tom Butler may have just shattered a world record by surfing what’s now being called the “biggest” wave on record. Butler, who is 29 years old and hails from the tiny seaside area of Cornwall, England, surfed an estimated 100-foot wave at The Nazaré in Portugal on Friday. […]

Major College Football Coach Gets Massive Contract Extension. Was It a Good Decision?

Major College Football Coach Gets Massive Contract Extension. Was It a Good Decision?

David Hookstead | Reporter The Minnesota Gophers don’t plan on letting head football coach P.J. Fleck leave anytime soon. Fleck inked a massive extension that will keep him with the program into 2024, according to Brett McMurphy. Minnesota announces contract extension for coach P.J. Fleck into 2024 — Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) December 14, 2018 According to […]

Poll: Will Urban Meyer Coach Again? The Results Might Surprise a Ton of People

Poll: Will Urban Meyer Coach Again? The Results Might Surprise a Ton of People

David Hookstead | Reporter People aren’t convinced that Urban Meyer’s days coaching college football are over. Meyer will retire from coaching Ohio State after the Rose Bowl, and he will be replaced by offensive coordinator Ryan Day. Now, we know that Meyer once upon a time stepped away from coaching when he left Florida. (RELATED: Urban Meyer Stepping Down At Ohio State. […]

Go Pirates! Ventura College is in the CCCAA Football Championship

Go Pirates! Ventura College is in the CCCAA Football Championship

Congratulations and go Pirates!               The California Community College Athletic Association State Football Championship will pair Laney College (10-2) (Northern Champion) and Ventura College (11-1) (Southern Champion) at Hughes Stadium on the campus of Sacramento City College in Sacramento on Saturday, December 8 at 1 p.m.   The Championship will […]

Georgia Loses to Alabama After One of the Dumbest Play Calls in Football History

Georgia Loses to Alabama After One of the Dumbest Play Calls in Football History

David Hookstead | Reporter   Georgia lost the SEC title game to Alabama Saturday night 35-28 after one of the dumbest plays in the history of college football. With the game tied at 28-28 with a little more than three minutes left, Bulldogs coach Kirby Smart decided he wanted to fake a punt on 4th […]

Evel Knievel Died 11 Years Ago Today. Here Are His Best Moments

Evel Knievel Died 11 Years Ago Today. Here Are His Best Moments

William Davis | Contributor    Eleven years ago Friday, the legendary Evel Knievel took his last ride. After years of tempting fate, death finally came for one of America’s most famous entertainers. (RELATED: Man Allegedly Crashes His Car Into Courthouse To Alert Authorities His Drug Paraphernalia Was Stolen) On November 30, 2007, Knievel passed away […]

Why the Iron Bowl is the Best Rivalry in All of Sports

Why the Iron Bowl is the Best Rivalry in All of Sports

William Davis | Contributor Rivalries are the best thing about sports, but one rivalry stands above the rest. That rivalry is known as the “Iron Bowl.” Played in the steel capital of the South (Birmingham, Alabama) for most of its history, the football games between Alabama and Auburn shifted to campuses starting in 2000. Since […]

Here are the Best Gambling Picks for Week 12 of College Football

Here are the Best Gambling Picks for Week 12 of College Football

David Hookstead | Reporter   We have another weekend of college football on the horizon, and that means it’s time for some picks. Now, I need you all to know we are on a borderline crisis here. Our picks are sitting at 27-27-1. That is not good news my friends. However, we’re coming out swinging this week. […]

Could This Injury Derail Norte Dame’s Playoff Hopes?

Could This Injury Derail Norte Dame’s Playoff Hopes?

William Davis | Contributor In the middle of its best season in six years, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish just got some bad news that could put a dent in its undefeated record. Fighting Irish quarterback Ian Book suffered a rib injury late in the team’s 31-21 win over Northwestern and will miss this Saturday’s […]

The World Just Feels Right with College Basketball Being Back | Here’s the Reason Why

The World Just Feels Right with College Basketball Being Back | Here’s the Reason Why

David Hookstead | Reporter College basketball is officially back, and I couldn’t be more excited. Duke kicked off the season by smashing Kentucky. Not a bad way to get things started at all. Even my Badgers looked damn good in their opener against Coppin State. Badgers superstar Ethan Happ went off for a triple-double. (RELATED: Duke Murders Kentucky In Basketball Season Opener. […]