Michigan offers Jim Harbaugh six-year, $48 million contract  

NFL By : Staff Reporting

San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh has been offered a six-year contract worth $48 million to become the new coach at Michigan, sources informed of Michigan's plans told NFL Media insider Ian Rapoport.

A week ago Harbaugh indicated to Michigan officials that he preferred to stay in the NFL, according to Rapoport. - Referenced Article


Start questioning the Manziel hype  

eNewsReference.com By : Staff Reporting

Do all of the naysayers about Johnny Manziel have something to hang their hats on after his dismal performance on Sunday? If you’ll remember there were a lot of analysts saying he couldn’t make it in the big league.

Some said a first round selection would be too high in the draft. What is very apparent is he’s not the day-one QB some were hoping for. Where it counted the most, against a division rival and with playoff aspirations in the mix, he failed miserably.

The Cincinnati, who have had troubles of their own this season, were able to dictate the game and shut the Heisman QB out the entire game. Johnny Football was a non-factor.

Every defensive coordinator will look at the tapes from his poor performance against the Bengals to get insights on getting in Manziel’s head. Is he a conversation piece? Yes. Does he sell seats? Yes. But the real question is can he perform in the NFL? And this has yet to be seen.

I know some of you are defending him. You’re saying, give him time or he shouldn’t be expected to perform after being on the bench all season. My response to you all is, didn’t he sell the narrative that he’s spectacular. Tebow was supposed to be spectacular too.


The Johnny Manziel era begins  

Cleveland.com By : Staff Reporting

Johnny Manziel will make his first career start on Sunday. That was the main topic of discussion on Wednesday night's Browns Insider show.

Cleveland.com's Dan Labbe and Tom Reed were joined by The Plain Dealer's Branson Wright to talk about the quarterback situation and take a look ahead at the Cincinnati Bengals. - Referenced Article


South African Judge Thokozile Masipa Accepts Procecutors Appeal  

Channels By : Staff Reporting

The South African judge Thokozile Masipa has ruled that prosecutors can appeal against the acquittal on murder charges of Paralympic athlete Oscar Pistorius .

Judge Thokozile Masipa said prosecutors could appeal against the acquittal, but not the five-year sentence given for the lesser charge of culpable homicide. - Referenced Article


Tiger Woods: The body is good  

ESPN By : Staff Reporting

Tiger Woods went back to his very successful past to try to forge a path to the future.

Having plenty of time to study and assess due to another lengthy injury hiatus, Woods used the months when he didn't hit a shot to assess how best to hit them when he returns, with his first competition coming this week at the Hero World Challenge at Isleworth. - Referenced Article


African-American football captains at both Harvard and Yale  

SportzEdge By : Staff Reporting


Arizona Cardinals believe Carson Palmer has torn ACL  

NFL By : Staff Reporting

For the second time this season, backup quarterback Drew Stanton has taken center stage for the first-place Arizona Cardinals. It sounds like he will stay there a while.

Carson Palmer suffered a left knee injury in the fourth quarter of Sunday's game versus the St. Louis Rams. - Referenced Article


Flo of Progressive meets #FloBron a metamorphosis  

Progressive Insurance By : Staff Reporting

A metamorphosis of sorts. Basketball Phenom Lebron James dons a wig and becomes #FloBron to mimick Progressive Insurance's Flo of the 50 zany commercials on TV and Social Media.

Lebron James’ fan base meets Flo’s Social fan base of millions of followers online, according to Flo’s Wikipedia page.

Twittersphere is already lighting up with comments about the ad spots that have been posted to Instagram.


Adrian Peterson avoids jail time in child abuse case  

USA Today By : Eric Prisbell and Brent Schrotenboer

Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson pleaded no contest Tuesday to a reduced charge of misdemeanor reckless assault as part of plea deal with prosecutors to resolve his felony child abuse case.

As part of the deal, Peterson will avoid jail time and instead be ordered to pay a $4,000 fine, costs of court and 80 hours of community service. - Referenced Article


Kenny Hill suspended two games  

ESPN By : Staff Reporting

Texas A&M quarterback Kenny Hill will miss the Aggies' next two games after the team announced Saturday that the sophomore has been suspended for an unspecified violation of team rules and athletic department policies.

Hill, who started the Aggies' first eight games this season, was replaced by true freshman Kyle Allen as the starter in the Aggies' 21-16 win over Louisiana-Monroe on Saturday. - Full Article


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