Construction Crews Unearthed a Mammoth Discovery at Oregon State

By Devon Newport |

Gary Andersen of the Oregon State Beavers

Any time there's construction, you're likely to unearth a few things. You know, an old watch, a lava lamp from the 90's, or perhaps even buried treasure. But what you don't expect to find--even on the most unordinary of days--is a pile of mammoth bones. And yet that's exactly what happened at the University of Oregon State when construction crews began digging in the north end zone in Reser Stadium on Monday (their football field). Read More »

13-Year-Old Free Skier Makes History at the X Games [Watch!]

By Devon Newport |

Winter X-Games 2015 Aspen - Men's and Women's Ski Slopestyle Final

What were you doing at 13? Making mud pies? Learning to differentiate between there, their and they're? A child genius studying Astrophysics at Cornell? In any case, whatever it was, it probably wasn't winning gold at the X-Games, which is exactly what Kelly Sildaru was able to do. Read More »

Travis Kelce's Week: Explore Hawaii, Sign Lucrative Contract, Get Dating Show

By Devon Newport |

Travis Kelce

Travis Kelce is enjoying a rather pleasant week both on and off the field. Not only is the Kansas City Chiefs tight end exploring all that Hawaii has to offer as a member of the Pro-Bowl, he has also signed a 5-year-extension with the Chiefs, as well as locked in his very own reality dating show (not kidding--there's going to be 50 women, one from each state)! Read More »

Jose Aldo has Some Demands

By Devon Newport |

UFC 194: Aldo vs. McGregor

Jose Aldo is requesting--no, demanding--a rematch with Conor McGregor. The former featherweight champion, who was dethroned by McGregor back in December in a fight that took the same amount of time it takes to slip on a sock, took to social media to express his desire for such a fight. Read More »

The Story Behind Jordan Jenkins Deformed Pinky

By Devon Newport |

Tennessee v Georgia

Jordan Jenkins is a senior linebacker out of the University of Georgia. He's taking part in college's annual Senior Bowl, looking to bolster his stock for the upcoming NFL Draft. Naturally, everything in his metaphorical locker is being closely examined. That means his pinky, too. Which, according to the spec sheet handed out to scouts, is deformed. Something Jenkins has no qualms talking about. Read More »

Another Gronkowski to the NFL?

By Devon Newport |

The 2012 ESPY Awards - Arrivals

There's a long line of Gronkowski's who have either played in the NFL, or are in the NFL currently. There's Chris, Dan, and of course Rob--who can forget Rob. And now, it looks like there could be another: Glenn, the youngest of Gronk's, and a draft eligible player for the upcoming draft after declaring his intentions to leave Kansas State, despite having one more year of eligibility. Read More »

Inspirational Text Leads to Inspiring Dwyane Wade Performance

By Devon Newport |

Dwyane Wade's All-Star Bowling Classic Hosted By The Sandals Foundation

Everybody can use a little pick-me-up now and again--even superstar basketball players. You know, a little insightful perspective to recharge and refocus. Take Dwyane Wade, for example, who had recently struggled with a dip in form. That is, until he received a couple of well thought out, borderline inspirational speaker-like, text messages from his son Zaire before the Miami Heat's game against the Brooklyn Nets on Tuesday. Read More »

Blake Griffin Will Miss 4-6 Weeks After Breaking his Hand in a Fight

By Devon Newport |

IWC Schaffhausen Rodeo Drive Boutique Opening

Blake Griffin has been nursing a hamstring injury every since the Los Angeles Clippers' Christmas day win over the Los Angeles Lakers--an injury he was set to return to from in the teams recent road trip. However, Griffin experienced another set back that will see him miss a further 4-6 weeks of game time. He broke his hand after reportedly hitting a member of the teams staff over an argument the two had. Read More »

Girls Basketball Team Gets Kicked out of Their League for a Ridiculous Reason

By Devon Newport |

Basketballs Before A Game

When it comes to youth basketball, apparently it's possible to be too good--as a high school aged girls basketball team in Minnesota recently found out. The result: they were kicked out of the league and told to go find a nice parking lot to play in. OK, the latter part may not be true--one can only speculate--but they were in fact kicked out of the league for being too good. Read More »

Alex Morgan Reaches Historic Milestone Ahead of Olympic Qualifying

By Devon Newport |

Alex Morgan

Alex Morgan is one of the most recognizable faces in all of women's soccer. At 26, she's seemingly been around forever, so it's not all that surprising to hear that she's now officially reached the mark of 100 international caps (appearances for the team). But it's an incredible achievement for any international player, male or female. Read More »

DeMarcus Cousins Doesn't Approve

By Devon Newport |

Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Sports Awards 2014 - Red Carpet Credit: Alberto E. Rodriguez / Staff

DeMarcus Cousins is enjoying a tremendous year on the court. However, he may not be recognized for it. As of today, the Sacramento Kings big man hasn't been voted into the NBA All-Star game. There could be a number of reasons for it--lack of exposure, his reputation, the team he plays for, etc.--but it's something that Cousins doesn't agree with. Not necessarily his exclusion, that is, but the way that the voting for the game is conducted. Read More »

NASCAR Anchor Barney Hall Dead at 83

By Star Connor |

Barney Hall

MStars News has learned that legendary Motor Racing Network and NASCAR anchor Barney Hall is dead at the age of 83 after he suffered complications from a recent medical procedure. Read More »

Dog Goes for Walk, Ends up Running a Half Marathon and Comes Away With a Medal!

By Devon Newport |

Honolulu Marathon 2015

Half marathons are tough no matter how much you train. Running a half marathon without training one bit--nearly impossible. Finishing in seventh place overall after not training one bit--unfathomable. But that's exactly what Ludivine Hamlin did, a resident of Elkmont, Alabama, and also a dog. Read More »

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