The NFL playoffs begin this weekend. Players contracts are set up to pay throughout the season for the sixteen games that are played. Continue reading →
For many decades, NFL owners have set up sweet financial deals for themselves with local governments at the expense of the taxpayer. There are now some signs this could be ending. Continue reading →
MLB pitcher Cole Hamels and his wife donated their massive mansion to charity this week.
Every single bowl game with betting line, time and channel it will air on. Continue reading →
College and pro sports are nice to watch, but have had the luxury of being subsidized by the taxpayer.
Indianapolis snags a big college football game for the state of Indiana and Midwest.
ESPN is in the news a lot the last year, but avid sports fans have noticed the channel becoming very political in the last five years. Continue reading →