The A-Z of Johnny Manziel’s Troubles

Johnny Manziel, the infamous quarterback, actually began his career as a wide-receiver in high school. It wasn’t until his junior year that the world got their first glimpse of him as a starting quarterback. Manziel finished that year with 55 touchdowns, paving the way for him to end his high school career…

The Bullhorn: The RSVLTS Weekly Recap

This week, The Bullhorn is hitting your internet a day early in honor of the conclusion of the NFL regular season. “And what a conclusion it was!!” is what I would say if half of the games weren’t blowouts. Between obvious mismatches such as the Panthers vs. Buccaneers to surprising blowouts such as the…

2015 In Sports: A Year in Review

2015 was a pretty wild year for sports. We had the first ever college football playoffs. We saw the long-fabled match between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather finally unfold as a bloodless bout of two guys pussyfooting around each other. Recently, we even saw Chip Kelly get fired. Okay, Chip…

The Bullhorn: The RSVLTS Weekly Recap

When you look at the NFL season as a whole, Week 16 is really only important for half of the league. Except for a team or two, pretty much everyone has either clinched playoffs or have begun taking out their golf clubs in preparation for an early off-season. While the NFC is…

Top 7 Father/Child Athlete Duos

Today, LeBron James’s kid, LeBron James Jr., dropped some super-hot fire in the form of a highlight reel. Granted, the kid’s like 12, but he is dropping some bombs and pulling crossover moves that are twisting kids up like pretzels. Check it out here. Beyond the fact that he probably constantly…

The Bullhorn: The RSVLTS Weekly Recap

Last week, we saw a whole host of teams become ineligible for playoffs. By a longshot. Did anyone really think that the Cleveland Browns were making the playoffs this year? Of course not. However, this week saw a few teams clinch a playoff spot who, while not a surprise, were I’m sure…

Scenes From MLB’s Goodwill Tour in Cuba

By 11 a.m., the fantasies became reality when their charter plane touched down in Cuba. Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw, Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera, Seattle’s Nelson Cruz and San Diego’s Jon Jay also joined the goodwill tour to Cuba organized by Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association. “I’ve…

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