The Law of the Land

Photo Credit: James Brady/SB Nation This past Sunday's rematch between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cleveland Browns came exactly 10 days after their first matchup of the season in Week 11. Unlike the previous matchup, the rematch which resulted in a 20-13 victory for the Steelers, unfolded as a usual AFC North rivalry game does.... Continue Reading →

Calgary Flames Coach Bill Peters is in Hot Water

Calgary Flames Head Coach Bill Peters was not behind the bench last night during the game against the Buffalo Sabres. Flames General Manager Brad Treliving “benched” Peters, effectively handing associate coach Geoff Ward the head coaching duties until the investigation behind Peters’ racist remarks and physical assault of former players is complete. On Monday night,... Continue Reading →

Yes, Myles Garrett Could be Charged With Assault

The NFL has suspended Cleveland Browns star Myles Garrett without pay indefinitely for ripping the helmet off a Pittsburgh Steelers' player and hitting him in the head with it during last week's game during the Steelers. Although the NFL has suspended Garrett indefinitely, it looks the Browns' defensive end could also face criminal charges for his outburst.... Continue Reading →

U.S. Women’s Soccer Team Proves They Can Win On and Off the Field: Judge Grants Class Action Status in Their Gender Discrimination Lawsuit

The disparity between the men and women's national soccer teams is quite shocking. Each player on the U.S. Women's National Team, according to documents obtained by The Guardian, could receive about $260,000 in maximum earnings for winning the Women's World Cup. Each player on the U.S. Men's National Team, however, could have earned nearly $1... Continue Reading →

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