It’s been more than three months since Oklahoma State lost to Central Michigan…and then lost two more times to make sure they didn’t go to the College Football Playoffs, and yet, Oklahoma State fans and writers are still not over the loss.
Death, taxes and the Detroit Red Wings in the playoffs. Those seemed like the only constants in life over the past 25 years.
Well, now the Red Wings are hot garbage, and yet, they may not be bad enough or have started being this bad soon enough.
Champions Indoor Football, the largest indoor football league in the country, has dropped two teams and will now play the 2017 season with 14 teams split up into two divisions.
Are you a fan of the movie Slap Shot did you love playing the long-forgotten NHL Hitz series back on PS2? Then you, my friend, are in luck.
The fastest way to turn your mentions on Twitter into a dumpster fire is to be critical of any sort of soccer team.
I did this on Monday, criticizing the big babies known as the fans of Detroit City FC and it suddenly turned into a discussion on why Major League Soccer is bad.
The long wait for bowl games is almost over (unless you’re a stoner, in which case there’s never a wait for bowl games /sitcom laughter/) and we here at HOT SPROTS TAKES are hosting a bowl pick ’em contest with fabulous prizes to the winner.
It’s Week 14 of the NFL season and ya boi is undefeated* this year in his NFL picks against the spread.
***PLEASE NOTE THIS IS SATIRE AND NOT AT ALL TRUE, I MADE THIS ENTIRE THING UP BECAUSE IT WAS EASIER THAN AN ACTUAL ORAL HISTORY***
Seven years ago today a group of six young men hit the studios at Death Row Records to record what has been known as the definitive Christmas album, little did they know what effect their music would have not just on the Christmas community, but their lives and the rest of the world.
On the seven year anniversary of Mining in Afghanistan’s hit album, ‘A Perfect Christmas, Our Gift to You’, we sat down with the band’s remaining members to get their thoughts on the music and its impact.
At work today myself and a guy in the sports department were discussing the college down the road closing the posting for their new head football coach, and I joked, “Well I better get my resume in,” and proceeded to tell him the story I applied to coach Memphis using credentials from the classic NCAA Football 2004.
It’s December, it’s cold, and Christmas is just around the corner. What a wonderful time of the year.
Well allow me to ruin that by hating on some Christmas music.