2018 Fantasy Football Running Back Handcuffs Chart

It’s hard to blame fantasy football owners for hating running back handcuffs. The sad reality is that the only time a handcuff really becomes effective is once the starter in front of them on the depth chart gets hurt (or doesn’t produce as expected, but that is rarer). Nobody likes to root for injuries, so that makes the […]

Raiders star Lynch faces month out

By Shona Duthie Last Updated: 19/10/18 8:46pm Marshawn Lynch had 13 carries for 45 yards against his old team Seattle Seahawks last week Oakland Raiders running-back Marshawn Lynch is out for at least a month with a groin injury, according to reports. NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport tweeted the news adding Lynch had an MRI scan […]

Win at Abu Dhabi a learning curve for Sarfraz

Pakistan were going through a rough patch when they entered the Abu Dhabi Test. They had drawn the Dubai Test – which they should have won comfortably – generating a notion that Pakistan have finally lost their fortress during their recovery from a humiliating Asia Cup campaign. This was the fourth time Sarfraz Ahmed led […]

Courtney Lawes: Northampton and England lock signs new deal until 2021

Northampton Saints lock Courtney Lawes has signed a new deal to keep him with the Premiership club until 2021. The England and Lions forward, 29, came through Northampton’s academy and has played 211 times since making his senior debut in 2007. He has won four titles at Franklin’s Gardens, including the Premiership and Challenge Cup […]

College Freshman Swimmer Do’s and Don’ts

Courtesy of Rachel Lutz  Chase Kreitler has been the new guy at a lot of swimming programs. Currently, he’s at the University of California, Berkeley, but he has been on staff at several college campuses, including California State University, Bakersfield, Eastern Michigan University, LSU, Texas, and a brief stint at Stanford. Of his bubbly positivity […]

Bairstow in doubt for 4th ODI after twisting ankle

England receive a blow at the top of the order in the form of an injury to Jonny Bairstow, who twisted his right ankle in a game of football during a training session with the England team in Pallekele. He is unlikely to play the 4th ODI against Sri Lanka on Saturday (October 20), and […]

College football Week 8 primer: Heisman Watch, upset picks, predictions and more

Week 8 is the final weekend of the college football season before the College Football Playoff rankings start becoming a weekly factor. This week features four matchups between ranked teams, including No. 6 Michigan at No. 24 Michigan State, No. 16 N.C. State at No. 3 Clemson, No. 22 Mississippi State at No. 5 LSU and […]

Gerrard: I'm disappointed for Gazza

By Shona Duthie Last Updated: 19/10/18 3:49pm Paul Gascoigne was part of the Rangers side which won the double during the 1996-96 season Paul Gascoigne deserves to be in the Scottish Hall of Fame, according to Rangers manager Steven Gerrard. Sky Sports News had previously reported at least one SFA board member would have boycotted […]

Welsh player given four-year ban after using 'cocktail' of drugs

A Principality Premiership player has been suspended for four years for using performance-enhancing drugs and other banned substances. RGC’s Maredydd Francis tested positive for a “cocktail” of drugs including nandrolone and testosterone after a match against Aberavon last March. The 24-year-old is a former captain of RGC, making more than 100 appearances for the north […]

10 Swim Coach Stereotypes – What Type Is Your Coach?

by Olivier Poirier-Leroy. Join his weekly motivational newsletter for competitive swimmers by clicking here. Swim coaches are a different breed. They work long, thankless hours, often times having to balance their coaching duties with another job. They coach because they love the sport, and we love them right back. Here are 10 different swim coaches […]