New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning fired back at former teammate Tiki Barber, who said this should be head coach Tom Coughlin’s least season.
“That’s nice of him,” Manning said sarcastically via the New York Post. “It’s good to hear from ol’ Tiki.”
Manning doesn’t hold Barber in high regard.
Florida Gators head coach Will Muschamp spoke out after his firing.
He issued a statement via gatorzone.com:
“I was given every opportunity to get it done here and I simply didn’t win enough games – that is the bottom line, Muschamp said. “I’m disappointed that I didn’t get it done and it is my responsibility to get it done. I have no bitter feelings, but this is a...
Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard has been cleared in an Orlando child abuse investigation, after his baby mama, former “Basketball Wives” star Royce Reed, accused him of whipping their six-year-old son with a belt, TMZ Sports reports.
Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston may have his eyes set on playing in the NFL, but he’s scaring off the top agents who would negotiate his team contract and possible endorsement deals.
Winston’s reputation is so bad that top dealmakers said there’s no way they’d ever consider signing him.
Former major league baseball star Jose Canseco’s finger fell off — no really.
Canseco was playing poker with his surgically reattached left middle finger — that would be the one he accidently blew off cleaning one of his guns in his kitchen last month.
Canseco was hoping for a full hand, but his middle finger — which he’s flipped a few times at people over the years —...
Billionaire Dallas Mavericks owner and “Shark Tank” investor Mark Cuban believes that the Security and Exchange Commission’s investigation of him for alleged insider stock trading, cost him the chance to own the Chicago Cubs, according to private testimony obtained by the New York Post.
Former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader Molly Shattuck, 47, who is charged with raping a 15-year-old boy, reportedly became obsessed with the alleged victim after seeing photos of him on Instagram, according to court records obtained by the News-Journal.
Several members of the Washington Redskins said that the decision to start Robert Griffin III as quarterback against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday came from Redskins owner Dan Snyder and general manager Bruce Allen, according to ESPN.
Washington State quarterback Connor Halliday—the leading passer in college football this year with 3,833 yards, 32 TD’s and an amazing 67.3 percent completion average — was carted off the field with a broken leg in the first quarter of the game against USC.
The injury takes Halliday out for the rest of the year and ends the senior's college career, according to ESPN.
Las Vegas police are accusing boxer Floyd Mayweather of sexually harassing strippers, TMZ reports. Mayweather denies the allegations, but police are telling Vegas strip clubs to ban him anyway. “He goes in and pulls a ‘Do you know who I am’ and does inappropriate things with some of the women,” a law enforcement source told TMZ.
Notre Dame freshman wide receiver Justin Brent totally got lucky. TMZ reports that he won’t be suspended for going on a date to a New York Knicks game with porn star Lisa Ann, and later bedding down with her — as you can see from the leaked photo we found on Twitter. Brent met with head coach Brian Kelly. Kelly gave the Big Man on Campus the green light to suit up for Saturday’s...
Marshawn Lynch’s days as a Seattle Seahawks running back may be numbered, according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network. Lynch reportedly has a “tense relationship” with “very little or no communication” with Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider.
Tennessee fans hate Alabama offensive coordinator and former Tennessee head coach Lane Kiffin — that’s why police and state troopers surrounded him as he entered the Tennessee Vols’ Neyland Stadium in Knoxville.
Kiffin bolted Tennessee for the USC head-coaching job in 2010 after just one year on the job. USC fired him and Alabama head coach Nick Saban hired him earlier this...
ESPN “College GameDay” host Chris Fowler has had enough of college football fans who believe the College Football Playoff Selection Committee and ESPN are biased towards the SEC. During the “College GameDay” broadcast from LSU, where the No. 24 Tigers are taking on No. 3 Ole Miss, Fowler went off on fans. He ripped the “stupid” claims that the College Football Playoff...
Alabama Crimson Tide offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin is hated in the state of Tennessee. That’s why his mother, Robin, is worried about her son’s safety as Alabama takes on the Vols this Saturday in Knoxville. It’s more than a typical SEC rivalry game between No. 4 ranked Alabama (6-1) and unranked Tennessee (3-4). Kiffin is entering the most hostile territory in college...
Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice has filed a grievance against his former team, sources told Mike Florio of NBC Sports.
Rice’s grievance against the Ravens challenges the team’s decision to terminate his contract on Sept. 8 — just hours after TMZ released a shocking video of Rice knocking out his fiancée, Janay, inside an Atlantic City casino elevator earlier this year.
New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton was ticked off in his post-game news conference after losing to the Detroit Lions, 23-24.
He called out a reporter for asking what he considered a dumb question. Then, he told another reporter not to interrupt.
Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston has no plans to drop out of school to avoid FSU’s investigation into the sexual assault allegations against him, sources told CBS Sports. The school’s inquiry into Winston’s autograph signing isn’t bothering him either. Winston claims he didn’t get paid for the autographs.
Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle has become a spokesman for an underwear brand after shoplifting a pack of underwear and a bottle of cologne at a Dallas-area department store about a week ago.
ESPN reports that the Los Angeles-based MeUndies underwear brand will pay Randle enough to money to help defray the cost of the $29,500 fine the Cowboys imposed on him after he was arrested.
Florida Gator fans chanted “Fire Muschamp,” as the team lost their homecoming game to the Missouri Tigers, 42-13.
Florida head coach Will Muschamp needs to hire a real estate agent fast, because the clock is winding down on his career at Florida.
Check out the embarrassing video. The chants begin at the 36-second mark:
Baylor running back Corey Coleman was ejected for targeting in the Bears’ game against West Virginia. But the penalty was reversed. Coleman’s block on West Virginia’s Terrell Chestnut allowed Baylor wide receiver Antwan Goodley to score a 63-yard touchdown. Check out the video:
Major League Baseball umpire Eric Cooper, and his wife, were driving home from a movie in West Des Moines, Iowa when Joe Torre, the league’s executive vice president for baseball operations, called him. Cooper almost crashed his car.
Former MMA fighter War Machine is in a medical isolation cell on suicide watch, after a corrections officer foiled the inmate’s attempt to kill himself last Tuesday night.
A Ft. Lauderdale police report details that Miami Dolphins defensive end Derrick Shelby asked a hospital nurse for antibiotics because he allegedly had sex with a prostitute the night he was tased and arrested at a nightclub last weekend. “Listen, I f#^ked a hooker at the club and don't want to catch anything. I need something to kill that s#@t.”
New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan said that backup quarterback Michael Vick’s admission that he slacked off in practice last week took “guts” and was “exactly what I wanted.” “I wanted guys to take a stand and admit that, ‘You know what? I can do more,’” Ryan said via ESPN.