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  • By Jasmine Watkins, 5 months 2 weeks ago
    No one likes a whiner, least of all Jim Harbaugh. The Michigan head coach got wind that SEC Conference commissioner Greg Sankey wants to put a halt to the Wolverines running spring practices in Florida. Harbaugh, king of the subtweet, sent this tweet out to just get a little something off his mind.  Question of the day: Does anyone find whining to be attractive? Just curious...
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 5 months 2 weeks ago
    Twitter is an art form when you really think about it. Some people are good and others are bad at it.  What makes a person or team bad at Twitter? They don't interact, don't have good information, or maybe they're just flat out boring. The really bad ones are a combination of the three.  10. Michigan Football (@umichfootball) - Before you Wolverines fans...
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 5 months 2 weeks ago
    Terrell Owens and Cris Carter never really got off to the right start. Back in the day, Carter called Owens "mediocre" and that's something a football player never forgets. These guys sometimes have egos the size of an actual football field so that kind of talk is rarely forgotten. When Owens didn't make it into this year's Hall of Fame class, there was a bit of shock...
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 5 months 2 weeks ago
    Have an ankle sprain? Chad Johnson knows just what to do. While making a guest appearance "Mike & Mike", the former NFL star explained what he would do to heal his ankle sprains, and he needed some special contributions from his teammates.  Johnson had a good career so evidently he was doing something right.
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 5 months 2 weeks ago
    Von Miller can not contain his excitement at times. The Super Bowl MVP went on James Corden's "The Late Late Show" to demonstrate the art of the celebration. After winning the Super Bowl, Miller obviously has a reason to continuously celebrate. He also talked about his future with the Broncos, but man, check out those dance moves.  
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 5 months 2 weeks ago
    The Alabama-Auburn rivalry literally never stops. SEC Network analyst and former Alabama quarterback Greg McElroy has a big problem with Cam Newton "giving up" on his team and refusing to dive on the ball during a crucial possession. McElroy says this has nothing to do with the Alabama-Auburn rivalry. "What I have issues with is the way he did not jump on the fumble...
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 5 months 2 weeks ago
    What happens when you take life advice from Latrell Sprewell? Well thanks to a commercial by Priceline, you may never have to learn from experience.  The outspoken former NBA player stars in a commercial with David Robinson that shows people the different sides of the spectrum.   Make the right choice, kids.
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 5 months 2 weeks ago
    It's hard to remember a Super Bowl-losing team catching this much flack. Maybe the 2007 Patriots, but many people were happy to see them lose. The Panthers came into Super Bowl 50 with a regal aura, and it's coming back to bite them. After all the dancing and dabbing, the Panthers met their match in the Broncos. T.J. Ward says it's because of the perhaps too confident attitude...
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 5 months 2 weeks ago
    Cam Newton hasn't had the best 48 hours. After losing the Super Bowl, having his play questioned, and walking out of the biggest press conference of his career, the Panthers star had many people come after him. Newton's had a couple days to digest things and is finally ready to talk about how he handled everything. Cam talking with us about how he handled the post SB...
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 5 months 2 weeks ago
    If you watched the Super Bowl, you may have noticed Eli Manning's face after the Broncos scored a touchdown. Eli Manning is ecstatic that Peyton is about to have as just as many Super Bowl rings as him. #SB50 pic.twitter.com/CgDptjJeyt— Kurt Barlow (@H0undsOfJustice) February 9, 2016 It's hard to forget. At a moment when everyone else was ecstatic because the Broncos...

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