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Minnesota Governor: Vikings should suspend Adrian Peterson

Just in past 24 hours, the Vikings have had to deal with a new child abuse accusation involving Adrian Peterson (which they say they already knew about) and a sponsor suspending their sponsorship. If all that wasn’t enough, they now have to deal with the Governor Minnesota speaking out and demanding that the Vikings suspend Peterson. Here’s Governor Mark Dayton’s statement...
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Wake Forest sent a photoshopped Kim Kardashian People Magazine cover to a recruit

So it seems that this is a thing in college football recruiting. Back in August, Tennessee sent five-star defensive tackle Shy Tuttle a photoshopped Rolling Stone cover with he and Beyonce walking hand in hand. Not to be outdone, Wake Forest sent three-star defensive end Kengera Daniel a photoshopped People Magazine cover with he and Kim Kardashian standing shoulder to shoulder....
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Rihanna rips CBS for pulling her song from Thursday Night Football

CBS made the decision to pull Rihanna’s “Run This Town” from its debut of Thursday Night Football last week. For the most part, the move didn’t really rock the boat much. There was some discussion about the move, but no one made a big deal about it. But then, CBS decided to change its mind and slip the song back into the broadcast for this week’s game. Long story short...
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Report: Dennis Allen’s job security in question after 0-2 start

As well all know, the Oakland Raiders lost to the Houston Texans on Sunday. The loss had DB Charles Woodson feeling like his team sucks. Head coach Dennis Allen says he understands Woodson’s frustration but knows that the team can’t make excuses and has to play better. But now Allen has another issue he has to deal with that has to do with him. Apparently, Allen’s job security...
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Radisson Hotels releases statement, suspends Vikings sponsorship

The Minnesota Vikings’ handling of Adrian Peterson’s child abuse case is becoming problematic for them. On Monday, they took the stance that the legal process should play out before they force Peterson to miss more games. At the time, we mentioned that the Vikings’ stance would rub some the wrong way and now we have word that one of Vikings’ sponsors falls into that group...
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Report: Greg Oden's alcohol abuse was an issue for Heat

Free agent Greg Oden NBA career has not been what we all thought it would be when he was drafted #1 back in 2007. Oden has been dealing with injuries since he came into the league, but now he may have a more serious problem. Back in August, Oden was arrested for felony battery charges after he allegedly punched his ex-girlfriend in the face. Oden admitted that he had been drinking...
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New child abuse accusation surfaces involving Adrian Peterson

The Minnesota Viking and Adrian Peterson both released statements regarding Peterson’s child abuse case on Monday. The Vikings’ statement was centered on letting the legal process play out, while Peterson used his statement to apologize. But now it seems that both the Vikings and Peterson could possibly have another child abuse case to release statements about. According to...
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Adrian Peterson: I have learned a lot and have had to reevaluate how I discipline my son going forward

Today is apparently the day the Vikings have slated for releasing statements. Earlier, the Vikings released a statement that Adrian Peterson will practice with the team and play on Sunday. Now, it’s Peterson’s turn to release his statement. In his statement, Peterson apologizes for being a distraction and acknowledges that he needs to reevaluate how he approaches disciplining...
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College football coaches would want Mark Richt, Bob Stoops to coach their son

ESPN’s Brett McMurphy asked 98 of the 128 FBS coaches if they were no longer coaching, who they would want their sons to play for. In all, 44 different coaches received votes with Georgia coach Mark Richt and Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops getting 8 percent of the vote. Tied for third was Minnesota coach Jerry Kill and Stanford coach David Shaw with 7 percent of the vote. Of the coaches...
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Report: Jay Gruden believes that Kirk Cousins runs his offense better than Robert Griffin III

So we finally have the report that ties it all together. That “it” is all the rumblings coming from Washington that Kirk Cousins is indeed the best quarterback on Washington’s roster. It all began with a report from the joint practices held between Washington and New England that the Patriots believed that Cousins looked much better than Griffin III. Next, was the report that...
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Ricky Rubio says he never talked to Kevin Love about staying in Minnesota

With NBA training camps just around the corner, many teams will be looking for new players to emerge to help their team. One team who will need players to step up is the Minnesota Timberwolves after trading all-star forward Kevin Love. That means the team will need more from point guard Ricky Rubio in the scoring department. Rubio has been very quiet about Love being trading and...
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Adrian Peterson to practice this week, play on Sunday

The Minnesota Vikings have released a statement about Adrian Peterson’s availability for Sunday after his arrest on child abuse charges. And it’s a statement that I’m sure will rub many the wrong way. The statement explains that though the Vikings take the charges seriously, they have opted for letting the legal process run its course and they fully expect Peterson to participate...
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Oklahoma State QB J.W. Walsh got caught with his hands in his pants during live broadcast

This past Saturday, the Oklahoma State Cowboys defeated UT-San Antonio 43-13. Injured Oklahoma State QB J.W. Walsh, who was injured last week, was in attendance but was busy doing other things while the game was going on. The announcers were making note of Walsh’s injury and decided to show where he was sitting. The shot that they got was Walsh on his phone with his hands down...
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Yahoo!’s Adrian Wojnarowski argues that USA Basketball is just a showcase for Mike Krzyzewski and Duke

While you were knee deep in NFL football games on Sunday, the US team won the gold in the FIBA World Cup. The players involved celebrated the win, but many of us did not care to watch any of it. So that prompted Yahoo!’s Adrian Wojnarowski to ask a very interesting question: who is truly benefiting from NBA players risking injury to play for the US team? In Wojnarowski’s mind...
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Charles Woodson on Raiders after loss to Texans: 'We suck'

Oakland Raiders DB Charles Woodson was not in a good mood after the Raiders’ 30-14 loss to the Houston Texans on Sunday. The Raiders turned the ball over four times and didn’t scoring any points until the fourth quarter. And not to mention that DE J.J. Wyatt caught a touchdown pass against the Raiders defense as well. With the team now 0-2, Woodson is disappointed and wanted...
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Week 3 college football preview: Can a young Tennessee team pull off the road upset against Oklahoma?

This is the second preview of this week’s top games. Georgia vs South Carolina was first, now Tennessee travels to Norman to take on #4 Oklahoma Sooners. Line: Oklahoma -20.5 What does Tennessee have to do to win? Offensively, Tennessee has to stay ahead of the chains. The hope is to be in 2nd and 6 and 3rd and 5 situations. Tennessee’s WRs are pretty talented so Justin Worley...
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Carmelo Anthony says free agents will not want to sign with Atlanta

Up until now, the fallout from the controversy surrounding Atlanta Hawks owner Bruce Levenson and GM Danny Ferry has been minimal for the most part. Levenson is selling, Ferry is taking a leave of absence, and CEO Steve Koonin has apologized to fans. But we all know that this is just the tip of the iceberg and at some point, players will have their say about how they feel about...
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Women’s advocacy group to fly ‘Goodell Must Go’ banners during Sunday’s games

Despite evidence that points to the contrary, Roger Goodell continues to remain adamant that he did everything in his power to fully investigate Ray Rice’s domestic violence case. But with each passing day, the calls for him to step down as commissioner grow louder and louder. While Goodell is most likely looking forward to Sunday so there are actual games to discuss, a women...
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Roddy White tweets something dumb about Adrian Peterson case, apologizes

For some reason Atlanta Falcons WR thought it would be a good idea to tweet what you see above in regards to the Adrian Peterson child abuse case to his followers. Of course, it turned out to be a bad idea, so he had to immediately delete the tweet and send an apology tweet to his followers. With that out the way, White decided to go after Pro Football Talk for reporting his tweets...
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Adrian Peterson indicted on child abuse charges

According CBS Houston, Minnesota Vikings RB Adrian Peterson has been indicted for injury to a child. The indictment stems from “whoopings” Peterson gave his 4-year-old son that resulted in injuries to the child’s back, buttocks, ankles, legs and scrotum. According to the report, Peterson beat his son with a tree branch, sometimes called a “switch”, as punishment this summer...
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Week 3 college football preview: Can South Carolina’s defense slow down Todd Gurley and Georgia?

Since this week doesn’t have that many marquee games, there will only be two previews. First up, #6 Georgia Bulldogs travel to Columbia to face #24 South Carolina Gamecocks. Line: Georgia -6 What does Georgia have to do to win? Offensively, Georgia is going to try to establish the run, which will open up the passing game. I’m expecting big things from Heisman Trophy candidate...
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Will Muschamp calls the Gator hotline to talk to AD Jeremy Foley

For someone who is supposed to be on the hot seat, Florida head coach Will Muschamp isn’t acting like it. With Florida’s 65-0 win over Eastern Michigan last week, everyone seems to be in good spirits. Florida’s athletic director Jeremy Foley was in for a surprise while he was on the Gator hotline when Foley got a mysterious call from a Bill in Gainesville. Turns out, that Bill...
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Eddie Lacy says he is not changing his running style

Green Bay Packers RB Eddie Lacy finds himself in the same position he was in last season. During last week’s game against the Seattle Seahawks, Lacy was knocked out of the game and diagnosed with a concussion. With this now being his second concussion in a year, some people think that Lacy should change his running style. Well according to Lacy, he doesn’t plan on changing his...
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Cordarrelle Patterson says he will always remember that Bill Belichick didn’t want him

Minnesota Vikings WR Cordarrelle Patterson is one of most dangerous players in the NFL. He can make big plays by catching the ball or getting the ball in the back field. New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick made a comment a few days ago that has stuck with Patterson. Belichick said that he had no regrets about trading the Vikings their first round pick which turned out...
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LSU fraternity to end game day banner tradition after Michael Sam joke

One fraternity on the campus of LSU is in hot water over one of their banners. Delta Kappa Epsilon has always been known for their game day banners. Last week, one of their banners made a joke about Dallas Cowboys DE Michael Sam which sparked outrage. The DKE house at #LSU… pic.twitter.com/8bIkOMWOeu — Belle Es You (@SouthernbeLLSU) September 6, 2014 Now having to deal with...
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