Ever since I first saw Kate Upton grace the pages of Sports Illustrated I was captivated.
Last week Sports Illustrated released their 50th anniversary of their swimsuit issue.
The highly anticipated 50th Anniversary Sports Illustrated Swimsuit both celebrates history and makes it as Nina Agdal, Lily Aldridge and Chrissy Teigen appear on the 2014 cover; the first cover appearance for all three.
I’m shocked, stunned and saddened all at the same time.
Both calls occurred on the Eagles’ first drive of the fourth quarter, which ultimately ended with Philadelphia tying the game at 14.
If you believe Sports Illustrated’s Stewart Mandel, Michigan State will finally get to a BCS game this season and they don’t have to win the Big 10 to do it.
When it comes to reading books, I usually say “I will just wait for the movie.”
Over a decade removed from his 14-year NBA career, former Detroit Piston Dennis Rodman is featured on this week’s cover of Sports Illustrated’s “Where Are They Now” issue.
Miguel Cabrera is back.
University of Michigan sophomore guard Trey Burke was named today as one of five finalists for Sports Illustrated’s inaugural Male College Athlete of the Year presented by Volkswagen.