Billy Napier’s “Least Stressful Job” Comments are a Double-Edged Sword for Gator Fans

Billy Napier is nothing but confident heading into his first season as the head coach of the Florida Gators. He told ESPN this week, “Coming here is the least stressful job I’ve had,” which might be great to hear if you are a Florida fan, but if you’re a fan of any of Florida’s many SEC rivals, you’ll probably be rooting extra hard this season for the Gators to fall flat so Coach Napier can eat those words.

Two Things That Should Make James White Proud of His NFL Career

New England Patriots running back James White retired on August 11th. After playing college football at the University of Wisconsin, White joined head coach Bill Belichick and New England when the Patriots selected him with the 130th overall pick, or the fourth round of the 2014 NFL Draft. He played for the Patriots for eight seasons, six of which were alongside Tom Brady, and won three Super Bowls.

Without Big Seasons, These Wide Receivers Could Be Looking for New Jobs Next Year

When it came to wide receivers, 2021 was a year for the ages. From Ja’Marr Chase’s breakout season to former Green Bay Packers target and current Las Vegas Raiders training camp darling Davante Adams claiming the wide receiver throne, there was no shortage of drama, excitement and heartbreak. Even the offseason wasn’t safe, with Deebo Samuel’s threat of leaving the San Francisco 49ers and Atlanta Falcons weapon Calvin Ridley‘s insane gambling suspension making things even more entertaining.

5 Richard Petty Moments That Every NASCAR Fan Should Know

It seems fitting that NASCAR legend Richard Petty was born only two days before the Fourth of July, because the NASCAR Hall of Fame inductee is about as American as baseball and apple pie. At 85 years old, the Level Cross, North Carolina native is easily the most respected driver to ever climb into a stock car.

Neon and Family: The Best Desus & Mero Athlete Interviews of All-Time

Desus Nice (Daniel Baker) and the Kid Mero (Joel Martinez) of “Desus & Mero” are going their separate ways, with the Showtime show confirming the news on July 18. “Bodega Hive: The illustrious @desusnice and @THEKIDMERO will be pursuing separate creative endeavors moving forward. #DESUSandMERO will not be returning to SHOWTIME. It’s been a good run, fam,” the show tweeted.

Tony Stewart’s “Major Announcement” Sucked. Here Are 3 Ways He Could’ve Made It Better.

On Tuesday, Tony Stewart teased a major announcement that had racing fans freaking out. I mean, you don’t use the word “major” unless it’s actually a big deal, right? Well, as it turns out, it really wasn’t that big of a deal. Tony’s “major announcement” is that he’s getting into the NFT space. Honestly, I don’t even really know what an NFT is (does anyone actually?), but apparently Stewart’s Smoke Racing collection will include cars that he’s raced in over the years, and each NFT will also include an autographed Tony Stewart firesuit. Blah, blah, blah. Who cares?!

Ty Dillon’s Indy Wreck Capped Off a Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Month

Ty Dillon’s July featured a string of seriously unlucky incidents that the NASCAR Cup Series driver would probably like to put in the rearview mirror. It all started at the Quaker State 400 at Atlanta when he wrecked out on Lap 174. Then, a day before the race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Dillon found out he wouldn’t be returning to Petty GMS Motorsports next season, leaving him without a team for 2023. Then just a day later at NHMS, Dillon wrecked out on Lap 5. The next week at Pocono he spun out and ultimately placed 22nd, and then to cap off his awful month, Dillon wrecked out at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course.

College Football Rivalry Games to Circle on the Calendar in 2022

College football rivalries are a time-honored tradition, with spirited matchups across university campuses ushering in the fall season. The 2022 campaign will be no different as college football?s most recognizable names gear up to go head to head. From Big Ten battles to SEC adversaries to cross-conference clashes, collegiate football...

Little Leaguer Consoles Pitcher After Scary HBP, Producing Heartwarming Viral Moment

The Little League World Series is where the dreams of 12-year-olds are realized. However, the road to Williamsport, Pennsylvania, is no easy path. Teams advance to the LLWS only after winning their regional tournaments, all of which are televised on ESPN. Luckily for fans at home, one special moment was caught on TV when Texas and Oklahoma played each other in the the Little League World Series Southwest Region Championship. Everything about the play embodied sportsmanship.

Chris Sale’s Latest Injury Proves the Red Sox Aren’t Safe From Mayhem

If you have turned on the television anytime in the last decade, odds are high you’ve seen a commercial for Allstate Insurance starring Dean Winters as “Mayhem.” What we didn’t know until August 9, 2022 is that there’s a very good chance these commercials were just inspired by all the ways Red Sox pitcher Chris Sale ends up needing surgery.

Meet Jahmyr Gibbs: Alabama’s Triple-Threat RB Transfer From Georgia Tech

The saying “we don’t rebuild, we reload” doesn’t ring more true for anyone in college football than the Alabama Crimson Tide. Head coach Nick Saban woos five-star recruit after five-star recruit, and who can blame them for going to Tuscaloosa? Saban is a pro at development and sending his players to the NFL. Playing for a national championship every year doesn’t hurt, either.