A college student sells his autograph, the NCAA sells out it's college students and 1-2-3-4 I declare a Twitter war. That means it's time for sports with Andy and Brian Kamenetzky, brothers who have covered sports for ESPN and the L.A. Times.
Texas A & M quarterback Johnny Manziel made history last season as the first freshman to win the Heisman Trophy. Since then, we've gotten to know him as young man with a, well, zest for life, so to speak. The NCAA will likely have something to say about this because, remember, these are students, not pro athletes that can be cashed in on.
If you put in Manziel's name in the NCAA's online team store his jersey comes up even though the NCAA is adamant that the value of the product is in the university's name).
Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper returned to practice with the team after a few days in sensitivity training.
The NBA schedule is out and Brian, I understand there are some very juicy, drama packed match-ups lined up for both the Lakers and Clippers?
On to baseball now, and in this social media age usually it's the athletes who get petty on Twitter but last night it was two teams.
The Biogenesis suspensions came down Monday with Alex Rodriguez getting the bulk of the punishment, and now he's getting some words of advice from an interesting source.