Oregon’s “No Means No” Chant

Several University of Oregon players are facing discipline after celebrating their win over Florida State in the Rose Bowl Game presented by Northwestern Mutual by mocking FSU quarterback Jameis Winston and allegations of sexual assault against him. The short Vine video below is courtesy of Bear Heiser of Fox Sports West:

A Guide to the World Cup, Part Eight

The US Men’s National Team was undefeated in its send-off series against Azerbaijan, Turkey, and Nigeria. The team has found its identity and developed a defensive-minded playing style that allows for quick counters and fast moving attacks in transition. Coach Jurgen Klinsmann angered many fans with his assertion that the US “can’t win the World … Continue reading “A Guide to the World Cup, Part Eight”

A Guide to the World Cup, Part Seven

Jurgen Klinsmann promised change and growth for US Soccer, but no one saw his biggest change coming. Klinsmann has made a habit out of cutting ties with players that he doesn’t see in his vision of where he wants his team to go, but his exclusion of Landon Donovan sent a shock wave through US … Continue reading “A Guide to the World Cup, Part Seven”

A Guide to the World Cup, Part Six

The NFL is by every estimation and measurement the #1 sports league in the US, and the NFL’s athletes are some of the most recognizable figures in modern sport. For that reason, I’ve chosen the NFL as the league from which to draw comparisons. I will attempt to draw a correlation between NFL stars and … Continue reading “A Guide to the World Cup, Part Six”

A Guide to the World Cup, Part Five

US Men’s National Team coach Jurgen Klinsmann released his preliminary 30-man roster this afternoon. These 30 guys will compete for the 23 roster spots that we be available for the World Cup tournament. Klinsmann has said that he will release his 23-man roster after the warm-up match against Turkey on June 1st. The 30 men … Continue reading “A Guide to the World Cup, Part Five”

A Guide to the World Cup, Part Four

In this edition of Guide to the World Cup, you’ll get a quick look at the teams competing in this year’s World Cup. The US will likely field more players that ply their trade in MLS than any previous World Cup, and MLS has really ratcheted up the content available to fans with the introduction … Continue reading “A Guide to the World Cup, Part Four”

Gov. Phil Bryant on Head to Head

Governor Phil Bryant took a few minutes out of a busy day to detail what he’s seen as he travels around the state, assessing damage and helping in the recovery and relief efforts for those hit hardest by the storms yesterday.  The thoughts and prayers of Head to Head and Supertalk are with those that have … Continue reading “Gov. Phil Bryant on Head to Head”

A Guide to the World Cup, Part Three

There are 49 days left before the World Cup gets underway, so that gives me 48 days(and some odd hours) to tell you the truth about soccer. I’m not a soccer elitist that insists the game be called “football”. I’m a soccer realist. Soccer may never overtake the NFL, but it’s already catching up to the … Continue reading “A Guide to the World Cup, Part Three”

A Guide to the World Cup, Part Two

The World Cup is a competition consisting of 32 teams from around the globe, and these teams battle their way through qualification in each country’s respective region, coming away with the chance to show their talent and skill on the world’s stage. When the US hosted the World Cup in 1994, the tournament consisted of … Continue reading “A Guide to the World Cup, Part Two”

A Guide to the World Cup, Part One

The FIFA World Cup in Brazil will get under way on June 12th in the largest “city proper” south of the Equator, São Paulo, Brazil. The match will feature host nation Brazil (competing in their 20th World Cup) and Croatia (competing in their 4th).  Those numbers mean something to a fan of soccer, but to the … Continue reading “A Guide to the World Cup, Part One”