The world met St. Louis Blues and America’s T.J. Oshie when he scored four shootout goals to take down rival Russia 3-2 at the Sochi Olympics.
But a quick internet search leads us to interesting Oshie finds that have been dying to be dug up for the public to see. Continue reading
T.J. Oshie went 4 for 6 in the shootout and became an American Olympic Hero, helping USA Hockey to topple the Russian squad 3-2 Saturday. Continue reading
Valentine’s Day. Ah, the love.
Well, that also extends to the sports world. Let’s look at some of our favorite athletes who we are reminded of today: Continue reading
New York Yankees icon, Derek Jeter, has announced the 2014 season will be his last.
Like Mariano Rivera this past year, Jeter has given everyone one year’s notice that he will retire after a Hall of Fame caliber career. Continue reading
Michael Vick killed dogs; the Eagles welcomed him in. Riley Cooper publicly screamed the n-word; Eagles kept him. Ray Lewis was guilty of obstruction of justice in a murder case that you do not have to look far to realize he had more to do with; Ravens were so put off by this, they built their team around him as their face and leader of the franchise. Ben Roethlisberger was involved in a rape case that led to a civil suit which was “settled”; the Steelers, the NFL bastion of civility, kept him on after a 4-game suspension (even lowered by the NFL from 6). Leonard Little committed a DWI manslaughter and the Rams overlooked it – just as they did when he committed yet another DWI later in his career.
But Michael Sam, committing no crimes, but daring to be himself, an openly gay man, is a distraction. Continue reading