Texts: Favre also sought welfare money for football facilities

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — After Mississippi spent millions of dollars in welfare money on Brett Favre’s pet project, a university volleyball arena, the retired NFL quarterback tried two years later to get additional cash from the state’s welfare agency for another sports facility, new court documents show. The governor at the time, Republican Phil Bryant, … Read more

Patriots QB Mac Jones suffers injury in loss to Ravens

Injury was added to insult for New England Patriots fans towards the end of Sunday’s loss to the Baltimore Ravens in the 2022 home opener, as Mac Jones suffered a leg injury late in the fourth quarter. Multiple reports indicate Jones is believed to have suffered a high -ankle sprain, which could send him to … Read more

Game Observations: Notre Dame Offense Dominates North Carolina

Notre Dame finally saw the offense we expected to see all season in the team’s 45-32 victory over North Carolina. It wasn’t a perfect day, but it was an overall outstanding performance that fueled a much-needed road victory. Here’s my analysis of the offense from the win. *** Offensive coordinator Tommy Rees called one of … Read more

Swinney praises Uiagalelei, has a message for his critics

DJ Uiagalelei stepped up in a big way on Saturday to help fifth-ranked Clemson down No. 21 Wake Forest in double-overtime. The Tigers’ junior quarterback completed 26-of-41 passes for a season-high 371 passing yards with a career-high five passing touchdowns, leading his team to a 51-45 victory over the Demon Deacons at Truist Field in … Read more

Takeaways: After rushing to give Tucker a megadeal, MSU slips

Michigan State blew up the market for college football coaches last season by giving Mel Tucker a massive 10-year contract as the Spartans charged out to a 9-1 start in his second campaign. It was a bit puzzling at the time. Tucker’s overall record as a head coach was 16-13 at that point, covering not … Read more

Tom Brady’s TB12 Method is in schools. Experts have doubts.

In some Tampa Bay-area schools, students use foam rollers and vibrating spheres to massage their muscles as they work toward goals for strength and flexibility. It’s all part of a new physical education curriculum from quarterback Tom Bradywhose vision for healthy living is fueling a fitness empire. The arrangement with schools in Pinellas County, Florida, … Read more

Three Players To Buy And Sell In Fantasy Football For Week Three

Michael Hickey/Getty Images Another week in the books, so it’s time to see who to buy and who to sell. Last week on our sell list we had Miles Sanders who had a solid game in Week Two after making the sell list. Although he isn’t in this week’s sell list, I still think a … Read more

Sooners Scheme with Speed ​​and Strength and Spank Huskers

On a cloudy and mild September afternoon, the #6 ranked Oklahoma Sooners dispatched the Nebraska Cornhuskers 49-14 in the most lopsided home defeat between the former rivals since a 41-0 loss in 1955. If you think of the game as a sandwich, the Huskers touchdowns represented two thin slices of bread over seven helpings of … Read more

Game Observations: Notre Dame Offense Does What’s Needed To Beat Cal

Notre Dame’s offense sputtered for almost a full half, looking much like the unit we saw the first two weeks, but the group rebounded, got rolling and did what it needed to do for the Irish to get their first win of the season. Notre Dame outscored California 17-7 in the second half to earn … Read more

MLB’s rule changes are more aesthetic than anything

MLB’s new rules are trying to recapture a kind of baseball that will never exist against, due in part to bigger, stronger, faster players like Yankee’s Aaron Judge.Image: Getty Images I don’t envy the task that MLB has. I also don’t believe that anyone in charge of it has any sense of the challenge, but … Read more