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Jordan Spieths, The 2015 Player Of The Year, Responds To Winning $10 Million

Jordan Spieths, The 2015 Player Of The Year, Responds To Winning $10 Million

Jordan Spieth won the Fedex Cup and capped off one of the greatest seasons in history. His spectacular season ended with him winning $10 million making his total earnings more than $22 million, the most financially lucrative season in golf history. He has now surpassed Tiger Wood’s 20.9 million earned in 2007. So what is [...]

September 28, 2015 admin Golf, Headlines, Hot Seat 0

FIFA: Sepp Blatter Faces Criminal Investigation

FIFA: Sepp Blatter Faces Criminal Investigation

Swiss prosecutors have opened a criminal investigation into Sepp Blatter, the head of football’s world governing body Fifa. The Office of the Attorney General of Switzerland confirmed it was examining a contract signed by Blatter with the Carribean Football Union and an alleged “disloyal payment” of $2 million to UEFA president. Mr. Blatter was being [...]

September 25, 2015 admin Headlines, Soccer 0

5 Goals In 9 Minutes for Robert Lewandowski

5 Goals In 9 Minutes for Robert Lewandowski

Wolfsburg were leading 1-0 in the 50th minute of play and were probably assuming, like most, that they were about to steal a win, but unfortunately for them Lewandowski had another idea. By the 60th minute of play, Bayern Munich were leading 5-1. Robert Lewandowski, the Polish forward, came off the bench at halftime and [...]

September 23, 2015 admin Hot Seat, Soccer 0

Tiger Woods Out Until 2016 Following Back Surgery

Tiger Woods Out Until 2016 Following  Back Surgery

Tiger Woods has to be the most injured golfer in history. Woods will be out until 2016 after undergoing another back surgery. It was made public that he needed surgery, but how long he would be out is still in question. Given all his body has gone through physically, it’s a foregone conclusion that he’ll [...]

September 20, 2015 Kevin Burke Golf, Hot Seat 1

Watch Jason Spieth’s Incredible Hole-In-One

Watch Jason Spieth’s Incredible Hole-In-One

During the first round of the BMW Championship, Jordan Spieth knocked it in the hole for an ace. The former University of Texas student ended his worst stretch of the season with a 196-yard hole-in-one. That’s the kind of shot we all wish we could make. Even with this hole-in-one he is still four shots [...]

September 18, 2015 admin Golf, Hot Seat 0

Stephen Colbert Gets Served By Novak Djokovic (Video)

Stephen Colbert Gets Served By Novak Djokovic (Video)

Last night on The Late Show, Novak Djokovic, U.S. Open Men’s Singles Champion served a tennis ball right at Stephen Colbert just as he had on Sunday as he edged out Federer for the win. All Colbert had to protect himself from Djokovic who can serve at speeds of up to 130mph was a Captain [...]

September 15, 2015 admin Headlines, Hot Seat, Tennis 0

David Feherty Joins NBC Golf Coverage

David Feherty Joins NBC Golf Coverage

Golf funnyman David Feherty who has been with CBS Sports for almost two decades has just signed with NBC Sports Group. Emmy-nominated Feherty will continue his “Feherty” series on the Golf Channel as well as tournament analysis and NBC golf telecasts. “I’m really looking forward to this next step in my career, but I’ll miss [...]

September 15, 2015 admin Golf, Headlines, Hot Seat 0

Serena Offers Response to Why She Isn’t Smiling

Serena Offers Response to Why She Isn’t Smiling

Following her most recent win, which came at the expense of her sister, Serena Williams answered a series of questions from reporters about her play in the U.S. Open. One reporter was more worried about why Serena wasn’t smiling and didn’t seem to happy. Being honest, Serena provided a somewhat amusing response. [...]

September 11, 2015 Kevin Burke Tennis 0

Los Angeles Enters Bid to Host 2024 Olympics

Los Angeles Enters Bid to Host 2024 Olympics

The United States hasn’t hosted a summer Olympics since Atlanta in 1996, but Los Angles in trying to change that for the 2024 Games. L.A. has officially tossed their hat into the ring for this bid with the IOC. Boston recently pulled their submission. L.A. last hosted the Games in 1984. The Los Angeles City [...]

September 1, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, Olympics 0

Serena Defeats Venus to Reach Wimbledon Quarter Finals

Serena Defeats Venus to Reach Wimbledon Quarter Finals

Even though the majority of their respective careers have already happened, watching Serena and Venus Williams square off in tennis is still special. The two faced one another today to see who would qualify for the quarterfinals at Wimbledon. Sure, each wants to win, but I can only imagine how difficult it must be to [...]

July 7, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, Tennis 0