Archive for March 16th, 2018

Pac-12 Out, Reid’s Activism Hurting, Skipper Extorted By Cocaine Dealer


After selection Sunday, many criticized the committee for not including USC in the NCAA tournament. USC is part of the Pac-12 and many wondered how bad the Pac-12 must have been for USC to get snubbed. Well, we’ve now got an answer. After the first day of the tournament, and for the first time in the history of the tournament, ALL Pac- 12 teams are out. According to ESPN stats, “no major conference has failed to send a team to the round of 32 since the formation of the Big 12 in 1996-97”. For a recap of the winners and losers from day 1, click here. And, spoiler alert, Penn will not be the Cinderella story of the tournament, but #13 ranked Buffalo could be with a blowout win over #4th ranked Arizona.


The former San Francisco 49er safety Eric Reid is claiming his activism is hurting him in free agency. Reid was the first player to kneel beside Colin Kaepernick during the national anthem. Reid told ESPN, “I would say I understand that’s a possibility. And I’m completely fine with it. The things that I’ve done, I stand by, and I’ve done that for my own personal beliefs. Like I said, I’m fine with whatever outcome happens because of that.” Kaepernick is actively looking for a team to sign him as well.


John Skipper, former ESPN president, abruptly resigned last December. In a newly released article from the Hollywood Reporter, Skipper admitted he was being extorted by a cocaine dealer.

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