Rutgers Recruiting Snags Snooki on College Football’s Signing Day (Satire)

(Satire) Yesterday Rivals.com reported that Rutgers University landed the single biggest coup in this year’s NCAA College Football National Signing Day by inking Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi to a binding commitment. According to head coach Greg Schiano, the irreverent, infamous and inane personality known as Snooki of MTV’s Jersey Shore fame officially … Continue reading

I Love ESPN College Football Announcer Lou Holtz

I absolutely love Lou Holtz! For cryin’ out loud—as this charismatic old coaching codger likes to say—how could anyone not absolutely adore this soon-to-be 74-year-old after listening to his commentary during last night’s coverage of the FedEx Orange Bowl featuring … Continue reading

Auburn QB Cam Newton Cleared by NCAA for SEC Championship Game (Satire)

(Satire) This week the NCAA declared Auburn University star QB Cam Newton eligible to play in Saturday’s SEC championship game versus Steve Spurrier’s South Carolina Gamecocks. Emboldened and energized by the NCAA’s decision, Newton’s embattled father Cecil escalated his future … Continue reading

ESPN Announces Dancing with the Stars Spin-off (Satire)

(Satire) Dancing with the Stars kicks off Monday on ABC. In a surprise twist, Dancing with the Stars’ (DWTS) unparalleled success has now spawned a spin-off sports show slotted for next spring on affiliate network ESPN. Aptly named Dancing with … Continue reading

Reggie Bush’s Heisman Decision Prompts Other NFL Promises (Satire)

(Satire) Widespread speculation surrounding the NCAA’s investigation finding that Reggie Bush and his family accepted cash and gifts from fledgling California sports agents prompted the 2005 Heisman winner to return the venerated Trophy. The New Orleans Saints RB star’s surprising … Continue reading

Third Member of Notre Dame’s Holy Trinity of Football Attacked (Satire)

(Satire) More shocking news reverberated around the Catholic football world this weekend, causing faithful Fighting Irish fans to fear for their eternal football salvation. The third member of Notre Dame’s venerated Holy Trinity of football, the Leprechaun, suffered an unexpected, … Continue reading