News

Arkansas State Holder Uses Tongue to Hold Ball on Field Goal Attempt

ASU tries to match Wisconsin's recent trick shot.
Arkansas State Holder Uses Tongue to Hold Ball on Field Goal Attempt

Wisconsin’s Rafael Gaglianone recently set the standard for new trick shots by kickers by attempting a field goal while his holder kept the ball upright with his nose.

 

And now, Arkansas State’s Luke Ferguson is taking this to a different level. The senior posted a video attempting a field goal while his holder held the ball with his tongue.

 

Yes, that’s right. His tongue. 

Golden State Runs Worst Play, Still Manages to Score 3 Points

In a close game, Andrew Bogut forgoes an easy dunk and instead finds Klay Thompson for a three on a bizarre play.
Golden State Runs Worst Play, Manages To Score 3 Out of it

NBA players rarely get wide-open shots. Even less often they choose not to take them. In Game 1 of the NBA Finals, Golden State center Andrew Bogut did exactly that, confusing the commentators and the crowd. 

 

Game 1 Proves LeBron James Deserves the NBA MVP Every Year

LeBron James should be the MVP every year.
Game 1 Proves LeBron James Deserves the NBA MVP Every Year

How is LeBron James not the MVP every year?

 

Steph Curry is probably one of the greatest shooters of all-time, like many have written over the last week, and a very deserving MVP winner. James Harden would have been totally acceptable as well.

 

Sun Belt Football 2015 Predictions

Complete Sun Belt preview and picks for 2015.
Sun Belt Football 2015 Predictions

The Sun Belt has seen its share of membership changes due to conference realignment in recent years. But as the 2015 season approaches, the Sun Belt has some stability with its 11-team membership.

 

Appalachian State and Georgia Southern combined for a 16-8 record in their FBS debut in 2014, and the league had six teams reach bowl eligibility.

 

Examining the Over/Under 2015 Win Totals for the American Athletic Conference

A look at which AAC teams could be worth the odds as it relates to how many games they will this fall
Examining the Over/Under 2015 Win Totals for the American Athletic Conference

The calendar has turned to June and college football fans who keep one eye on Las Vegas already have win totals to chew on for the upcoming season. While the Power 5 conferences receive their share of attention, here is a look at how the American Athletic Conference is shaping up in 2015.

 

Buy the 2015 Athlon Sports College Football Preview Here

Everything you need to know for the 2015 season
Buy the 2015 Athlon Sports College Football Preview Here

No more signing day. No more spring practice. All that stands between you and college football season are the long summer months.

 

Luckily, Athlon can help you fill that college football void and prepare for the 2015 season.

 

Here’s what is in the pages of Athlon Sports to get you ready for another wild football season:

 

 

Throwback Thursday: Seattle Seahawks Founded 41 Years Ago Today

As one of the newest expansion teams in the NFL, the Seattle Seahawks have dominated as of late.

Forty-one years ago today in 1974, the NFL granted Seattle a team as part of the expansion process that brought the league from 26 to 28 teams. They joined the Tampa Bay Buccaneers that year in the NFL and began playing in the 1976 season. 

 

Cleveland Indians Channel Their Inner Taylor Swift on Twitter

While Taylor Swift performed a concert in Cleveland, the Indians' social media team took to Twitter to show their admiration for the singer while the Tribe played the Royals.
Cleveland Indians Channel Their Inner Taylor Swift on Twitter

While the Cleveland Cavaliers have been at the center of attention, it was their neighbors, the Indians, who took over social media last night. In an AL Central matchup with the first-place Kansas City Royals, the social media team channeled their inner Taylor Swift on Twitter. 

 

Blackhawks Kris Versteeg Smashes into Post, Gets Penalty

Fighting for the puck, Kris Versteeg ends up with his face in the post and a penalty to follow.

Blackhawks right winger Kris Versteeg wasn’t even supposed to be playing in game one of the Stanley Cup Finals. On Monday he had his first child, and he hadn’t played since Game 3 of the Conference Finals on May 21. However, left-winger Bryan Bickell was sidelined with an upper body injury that freed up a spot for Versteeg.

 

Pages