I watched the 2016 Preakness Derby that is held annually in Baltimore, Maryland. The Preakness is one of two of the biggest races in horse racing. The other two are the Belmont Stakes and the Kentucky Derby. Horses are bred, trained, and groomed solely to compete in this event. Not unlike that rising star in a company or a family that’s groomed to take over the reins of a money maker. Continue reading “Lessons Learned From Big Time Horse Racing”
One of the oddities of Super Bowl 50 no one wants to dissect is the historic sixty-one-yard punt return by the Patriots’ Josh Norwood.
Taking nothing away from Norwood’s talents, skills, and historic accomplishments, I’ve got to say “brother you had help on this one” and it came from the Carolina Panthers.
The ball is punted to Norwood. He does NOT signal fair catch. He catches the ball half surrounded by Panther defenders. They let him go. Get the 411 HERE ->> Soup 2 Nuts Media: The Carolina Panthers Enabled The Longest Punt Return In Super Bowl History. Why?
Pro Football player Steve Smith appeared on Mike & Mike in the Morning and was asked to explain how he has been able to manage his money and avoid going broke. His answer to the question was so simple: He pays for everything in cash, which oddly enough, means he ends up spending a whole lot less of it.
Source: Steve Smith Explains How Athletes Can Avoid Blowing Through Millions of Dollars, Going Broke | Complex
Just ahead of the game against the Phoenix Suns, Kobe Bryant reportedly told LA Lakers teammate Jordan Clarkson to “stop playing like a light-skinned dude.”The controversial comment seemed to motivate Clarkson, though, and he went on to perform a slam dunk during the game. The Lakers won in a shocking game that ended with a 20-point lead.
Source: Kobe Bryant to teammate Jordan Clarkson: ‘Stop playing like a light-skinned dude’ ‹ Reader — WordPress.com
Back in May 2014 Baltimore Ravens’ running back Ray Rice held a widely criticized news conference that included some awkward, laid back moments and no public apology to his now wife, whom just months before he was caught on tape dragging unconscious out of an Atlantic City, N.J.casino’s elevator. The footage showing him actually punching out Jenay Palmer resulted in the Ravens cutting him from their roster on Monday September 8, 2014.
Continue reading “NFL RB Ray Rice Cut from Ravens after Video Surfaced Showing Him Assaulting His Fiance”