The Dallas Cowboys have reportedly restructured quarterback Tony Romo’s contract today to clear 12.8 million in cap space. Why is this move being made now rather than at the beginning of free agency so the Cowboys could have kept 2014 NFL rushing leader DeMarco Murray? My speculation is the Cowboys are looking to trade for […]
(1) Kentucky vs. (1) Wisconsin These two teams are meeting for the second straight year in the Final Four. The team dynamic is a little different for both. Kentucky lost Julius Randle to the NBA, and Willie Cauley-Stein was hurt and didn’t play in the game last year. Wisconsin is different in that the duo […]
Midweek roundup Football The Republic of Ireland managed a 1-1 draw with Poland on Sunday night. After the International matches, Wales sit 2nd in group B. Scotland sit 3rd in group D 2 points clear of the Republic in 4th. England lead group E by 6 points. Northern Ireland sit 2nd in group F. England […]
People have been talking all season about how good Andrew Wiggins has been in his rookie year. The kid has essentially run away with the NBA Rookie of the Year award. Wiggins has been the bright spot in a dismal season for the Minnesota Timberwolves. The real question is, is Wiggins really a dominant force, […]
This past week, Indiana Governor Mike Pence, has signed a bill that will take effect July 1st that would allow businesses to discriminate against the LGBT community under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. However, this isn’t the first time a public figure from the state of Indiana has made a fool of himself. As we […]
For all of G&G’s blogs and podcasts, head to our website After an incredible first four rounds of the 2015 NCAA tournament, a loaded final four awaits. Four legendary coaches. Perfection at stake. A seven seed. You can’t ask for much more. So as a casual fan, what do you root for at this point? To […]
On the premiere episode of The Backup Punter Podcast from thebackuppunter.com, host Keegan Matheson takes a look back on NFL free agency and how those moves will impact the upcoming NFL Draft on April 30th in Chicago. This episode can also be downloaded here from ShoutEngine!
Former NFL quarterback and current USC athletic director Pat Haden plans to boycott the College Football Playoff Committee meetings in Indiana this week because of the state’s newly passed religious freedom law. Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed the religious freedom law last week, and it takes effect July 1. The Religious Freedom Restoration Act would prohibit laws […]