When you think of crazy sports fans no one parties harder after a major win like the city of Philadelphia. Yes, New Orleans and Bourbon street is rocking after a Saints or LSU championship; however, the citizens don't destroy the city. Directly after the Eagles' win in the NFC Championship game, the Eagles fans took to the streets not only to party but to also take down traffic signs and lights.
The Cincinnati Bengals lost to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship game 23-20. The last-minute field goal came after a late hit on Patrick Mahomes by Bengals defender Joseph Ossai. After the game, Ossai's teammate Germaine Pratt called out Ossai violently.
The Ed Reed situation with Bethune-Cookman has gained traction from major news networks and talking head shows. One show that discussed Reed, was Undisputed with Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe. Sharpe went on a long diatribe that Reed didn't appreciate. Reed considered what Sharpe said as misinformation and told him to put the Hennessy bottle down.
By now we've all seen the videos of FS1's Shannon Sharpe and the Memphis Grizzles going at it courtside last week at the Lakers game. Well, Monday Sharpe on his show Undisputed issued an apology for his actions.
The legend of Joe Burrow continues to grow by the day. The honorary Louisianian goes by many names like Joe Sheisty, Joe Cool, Joe Burreaux, Joe Brrr, and many others. Well, now let's add King Of The North to the list.
After the Deion Sanders saga that took place during his time at Jackson State, there have been more eyes than ever on HBCUs. That light only grew once it was reported that NFL Hall Of Famer Ed Reed would be the new coach at Bethune-Cookman. Well, since that report Reed's contract was not picked up and he no longer was the coach at the institution.