What will happen when the Sixers face off against the most destructive force in the NBA: the Heat?
Three Colorado State freshman claim they were brutally attacked by three Colorado State football players amid a bevy of homophobic slurs. The suspects in the case seem to be Colorado State football...
Welcome to the new look RBR. Today I'm all dizzy and happy with all the great new writers and kind of overwhelmed with this cornucopia of Tide info, and it seems a lot of y'all are, too. R...
The dawn of the "Synthetic Era" in 2006 has challenged horses' abilities to win over a variety of different surfaces. Which horses have won graded stakes races over multiple surfaces since 2006? More than you might think.
A look at 20 horses worth keeping an eye on this winter as we roll towards the 2013 Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs.
He's Had Enough, second to Shanghai Bobby in the 2012 Breeders' Cup Juvenile, leads a field of 11 in the Grade 1 CashCall Futurity.
One problem that has been consistent throughout WWE's checkered history is that they are notoriously bad at handling public relations when faced with a crisis, often pouring gasoline on a smouldering fire with their deceitful and hardball tactics. The latest example of this is WWE's threatened legal action against Connecticut journalist Chris Powell for saying in a column that Linda McMahon's wealth "derived from the business of violence, pornography, and general raunch".
Linda McMahon still hasn't managed to get local journalists on her side who are wary of her political inexperience and how she gained her millions. Indeed, her most robust critic Chris Powell, the managing editor of the Journal Enquirer, recently said that she derived her wealth from "the business of violence, pornography, and general raunch".