Dallas Cowboy Facing Serious Criminal Charges

Texas prosecutors charged Dallas Cowboys nose tackle Josh Brent with intoxication manslaughter Saturday after he flipped his car in a pre-dawn accident that killed his teammate Jerry Brown. Irving police allege that the accident happened around 2:20 Saturday morning in … Continue reading

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Clemens Back in Trial: Should We Care?

Roger “The Rocket” Clemens, one of the most feared and accomplished pitchers in baseball history, is on trial contesting criminal accusations that he lied to Congress about using performance enhancing drugs. Clemens is accused of lying at the 2008 congressional hearing, … Continue reading

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Rob Gronkowski with 16 year old Girl?

Rob Gronkowski is back in the news.  The New England Patriots tight end recently took a trip to Aruba.  His little vacation just happened to occur during spring break.    And again, the news is not flattering for the 22 … Continue reading

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Not Surprising That Ryan Braun Draws a Walk

The Ryan Braun saga is the latest embarrassment for a league that has an abysmal record for the prohibition and enforcement of illegal and performance enhancing drugs used by players. The use of steroids for performance enhancement has been implicitly … Continue reading

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Big Brother Has An Eye On College Athletes

Illegal drugs and other criminal law violations will remain the top problem for collegiate coaches and athletic directors, but not far behind is the abuse of social media by their athletes.  Athletic programs across the country are ratcheting up the … Continue reading

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New Concussion Lawsuit Filed Against The NCAA

A class action lawsuit was recently filed against the NCAA in federal court the Northern District of Illinois. In the suit, the lead plaintiff, former defensive back Adrian Arrington, says sustained several concussions between 2006 and 2009 while playing football … Continue reading

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Allen Stanford & Sports on Trial

Former Texas billionaire Allen Stanford has failed to convince a federal judge that he was mentally unfit to stand trial.  He is charged by federal prosecutors for orchestrating a $7 billion scheme to defraud investors in a massive 14 count … Continue reading

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Rules to Follow When Pulled Over for DWI

Rules to Follow When Pulled Over for DWI DWI Defense for the Drunk Driver “Five Rules to Follow” You are driving home after having a few of your favorite alcoholic beverages with friends. You say to yourself: “I should probably … Continue reading

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HGH Testing And Major League Baseball’s New Contract: “The Roger Clemens Effect”

Major League Baseball (MLB) and its union have executed a new five year collective bargaining agreement (CBA) that will run through the 2016 season. The highlight of the new CBA is blood testing for Human Growth Hormone (HGH).  It also … Continue reading

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Patero Fumbles Legacy

The numerous transgressions in college football of late, including Ohio State, Cam Newton, Reggie Bush and the drama with a marine down in Baton Rouge have been forgotten.   How insignificant they all seem compared to the utter hellish nightmare that … Continue reading

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