11 of 12 Pats footballs underinflated  

ESPN By : Staff Reporting

The NFL has found that 11 of 12 of the New England Patriots game balls were inflated significantly less than the NFL requires, league sources involved and familiar with the investigation of Sunday's AFC championship game told ESPN.

The investigation found the footballs were underinflated by 2 pounds per square inch of air less than what's required by NFL regulations during the Pats' 45-7 victory over the Indianapolis Colts, according to sources. - Referenced Article

Serena Williams vs Alison Van Uytvanck Highlights  

YouTube By : Staff Reporting

Andrew Luck, Colts still can't keep pace with Patriots  

USA Today By : Staff Reporting

In one of their first full squad meetings of the 2014 season, inside a meeting room at Anderson University in rural Indiana, Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano was blunt with his players about his expectations.

This was a season that should end in the Super Bowl, Pagano told them, admitting to his team that he knew a similar speech was taking place in 31 other NFL meeting rooms. - Referenced Article

Cardale Jones Says He Will Stay at Ohio State  

NY Times By : Staff Reporting

Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones, fresh off leading the Buckeyes to victory in the inaugural College Football Playoff national championship game, announced Thursday afternoon that he would return to Ohio State instead of declaring for the N.F.L. draft.

Jones, who at one point was the team’s third-string quarterback, completed 16 of 23 passes for 242 yards and a touchdown as the Buckeyes upset Oregon, 42-20, on Monday night in Arlington, Tex. He also had 21 carries for 38 yards and a touchdown.  - Referenced Article

Ray Lewis Says the Tuck Rule is the Only Reason We Know Who Tom Brady Is  

The Big Lead By : Jason Lisk

“Listen, not to go all totally out of conscious [I believe he meant ‘context’], but just think about this, Stephen A., honest to God,” Lewis said. “When we — the first time we created something called a tuck rule, it’s the only reason we know — I’m just being honest! — the only reason we know who Tom Brady is, because of a tuck rule! There’s no such thing as a tuck rule! If the ball is in your hand, and I knock it out your hand, whether it’s going backwards, forwards, lateral, sideways, however it’s coming out, that’s a freaking fumble! […]

“They don’t go to that championship game — they don’t go to that championship game if that tuck rule, if that ball is not called a tuck! That’s a fumble!” Lewis shouted. “Charles Woodson made that man clearly fumble the ball and they named it the tuck rule, something that we’ve never heard in today’s game. So now you’ve got to ask yourself: When did the legacy really start?” - Referenced Article

Charles Barkley explains why he isn't friends with Michael Jordan  


On an episode of The Seth Davis Show, former NBA MVP and current NBA analyst Charles Barkley revealed why he’s no longer friends with Michael Jordan, after years of being close.

“I think [Jordan] was offended by some things I said about him on television. One of the reasons I don’t trust the media is you can’t have a double standard for guys you like and dislike.

I said Michael wasn’t doing a good job — he’s doing a great job now, [the Charlotte Hornets have] gotten better, they’ve made some great signings — but they weren’t doing good and I thought he didn’t have good people around him.

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Why Jameis Winston could be great in the NFL  

Christian Science Monitor By : Staff Reporting

For Florida State fans, Jameis Winston’s decision to leave school early and declare for the National Football League draft wasn’t necessarily a surprise – he’s been among college football’s most exhilarating, pro-ready talents since he made his debut under center in the fall of 2013.

But their feelings about losing him to the pros are far more complicated than the typical fan base saying goodbye to their leader, an undeniably gifted quarterback who picked up a Heisman trophy and a national title en route to a 26-1 career record for the 'Noles. - Referenced Article

Obama: If I was a Lions fan I'd be pretty aggravated  

ESPN By : Staff Reporting

Obama said he watched the game and told the newspaper that he couldn't "remember a circumstance in which a good call by one of the refs is argued about by an opposing player of the other team with his helmet off on the field, which in and of itself is supposed to be a penalty.

The call is announced and then reversed without explanation.

I haven't seen that before. So I will leave it up to the experts to make the judgment as to why that happened, but I can tell you if I was a Lions fan I'd be pretty aggravated." - Referenced Article

Michigan Makes It Official: Jim Harbaugh Is Next Football Coach  

New York Times By : Staff Reporting

The University of Michigan made the worst-kept secret in the state official Tuesday as it introduced its former star quarterback Jim Harbaugh as its next football coach.

Harbaugh, who left the San Francisco 49ers to return to the college ranks, should give Michigan’s beleaguered football program a jolt of energy. Referenced Article

Warren Sapp's reaction to Ndamukong Suh suspension  

NFL By : Staff Reporting

Former standout defensive tackle Warren Sapp expresses his outrage with Ndamukong Suh's suspension for stepping on Aaron Rodgers injured leg.

"Acknowledge the fact that you're stepping on a human begin," Sapp said. Sapp talked about the casualness of inflicting the act and walking away without acknowledging the pain he was obviously inflicting. - Reference Article

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