AP and Big Cass are back for the first time in nearly a year! This time, part of the new, Big Sports Bulletin. In episode 1, the guys talk about some of the off-season chatter and lists that have made … Continue reading 14 Bullets: The Boys Are Back!
The Big Ten Council of Presidents and Chancellors made a historic announcement yesterday. Jim Delany will step down from his role as the commissioner of the conference in June 2020, after 30 years at the helm. Today the conference made … Continue reading The Big Ten makes a Historic Hire
Yesterday was the first round of the 2019 MLB Draft and it got me thinking…. It is time for Major League Baseball to wise up and do something that will have numerous positives for not only the league, but for … Continue reading Draft change could be huge for MLB and NCAA Baseball
Penn State hosted its annual Blue-White Spring Game on April 13th this year, and few days after the game’s conclusion, presumed incumbent QB Tommy Stevens announced his intent to search for a new CFB home. Leaving Penn State fans scratching … Continue reading It’s Clifford Time
This past Saturday, Penn State fans showed up 61,000 strong to take-in the annual Blue-White game that wraps up Spring Practice for the team. In what was a stacked affair, the heavily favored Blue team defeated the White team by … Continue reading Five things to take away from the Blue-White game
Next Saturday, the Penn State Nittany Lions will take the field at Beaver Stadium for the first time in almost five months. Among the group of Lions there will be a lot of fresh faces and veterans, looking to either … Continue reading Five players to look forward to in Blue-White Game
I’d like to start this off by saying this article is based on the results of the last decade; NOT overall program history. So hold your horses before you jump down my throat, Bama/SEC fans. Since 2009-10, Alabama Football and … Continue reading Better Dynasty: Alabama Football, or Penn State Wrestling?
After winning the NIT Championship in the 2017-18 season, the Penn State Men’s Basketball team had some lofty expectations for themselves heading into 2018-19. They didn’t live up to them. The Nittany Lions had a lot of unfortunate luck and … Continue reading Late Season success will be huge for Nittany Lions in 2019
The Philadelphia Eagles head into the start of the new year with quite a few needs on the roster, and not much cap space to make a big move in Free Agency. On Tuesday they kicked the proverbial can down … Continue reading Eagles trade Michael Bennett
Let’s take a look at the Big Ten Conference as the basketball and hockey seasons are winding down and the baseball season ramps up. Basketball Purdue: 15-3 (22-7) Michigan: 15-4 (26-4) Michigan State: 14-4 (23-6) Wisconsin: 12-6 (20-9) Maryland: 12-7 … Continue reading Big Ten Briefing
The Strongman competition is by far the most popular event at the Arnold Classic and it was very clear why….talk about some Beasts! Hosted by American Ninja Warrior’s Mike Isman and former WWE Wrestler and World’s strongest man Mark Henry, … Continue reading Hafþór Björnsson breaks his own World Record
The wait is finally over, Philadelphia. After a long free agency that had its twists and turns, pushing well into Spring Training, Bryce Harper finally put an end to it on Thursday afternoon. Phillies fans can finally breathe after a … Continue reading Bryce Harper Finally signs with Philadelphia