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By Sam Homer EA released the official “All-25” roster for “Madden 25,” revealing the greatest players in the game’s history. Some of the choices are obvious — Marshall Faulk, Ray Lewis and Warren Sapp — while others are more obscure. But this isn’t your average all-star roster. The […]
McDonalds announced a new addition to its famous menu just in time for football season that potentially will adjust America’s waistline. The fast-food franchise will introduce chicken wings to its customers in the Fall. Already boasting chicken nuggets, the wings will be available in three, five, and 10 […]
America is reeling after Robin Thicke and Miley Cyrus combined to perform the smash-hit (and summer anthem) Blurred Lines during Sunday’s Video Music Awards.
ESPN held its annual ESPY Awards last night in Los Angeles hosted by Don Draper Jon Hamm. Chicago’s Brandon Marshall and San Francisco’s Colin Kaepernick joined the red carpet with rather entertaining choices of clothing.
Last night, America was introduced to Sharknado, a sci-fi thriller featuring Tara Reid and Ian Ziering. It included perhaps the most over-the-top ending in film history.
Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field could be in line to host WrestleMania in 2015 or 16, according to reports. Wrestlechat.net reports (citing Wrestling Observer Newsletter as a source) that Philadelphia and Santa Clara are the top two choices to host the annual WWE megaevent in ’15 or ’16.
CBS began running the NFL on television dating back to 1956 until it lost the NFC contract after the 1993 season. During its initial run, the NFL on CBS developed into a pristine presentation that accomplished a simple goal; hype the grandiose machine that is the NFL.
Thus far, the 2013 sports calendar has been a complete disaster for Boston sports. The Chicago Blackhawks added to Beantown’s misery by cranking out two goals in the final minute of a 3-2 Stanley Cup-clinching win over the Bruins on Monday night.
Tonight (and for the first time since 2005), we’re treated to a rare NBA Finals Game 7. Might as well partake in the festivities and watch in horror as the Miami Heat win their second straight NBA title…