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Chad is fresh out of ideas but you would be to if you where aloud to leave at 3pm on a Wednesday to start your weekend. Chad switches to the world of tennis and the Wimbledon Men’s Semifinals.
Chad takes a look at a story that has been going on for weeks that may have speculation coming to an end. Now former tight end of the New England Patriots, Aaron Hernandez, was arrested earlier this morning.
Chad takes a look at Game Six between the Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs the day before Game Seven.
Chad gets a liitle too excited in the first three seconds over Tim Tebow’s return to the NFL, or does he? With the New England Patriots bringing him in as a “back up to the back up,” as Chad puts it, how much time will Tebow get on the field?
Chad takes a look at the recent new developing story of the now closed Biogenesis of America clinic in Miami.
Chad is hoping one team does not make it to the finals and they may get “heat” if they do, plus he explains why he has so much trouble with sports reports during the US Open.
Chad looks into the world of golf this week after the feud between Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia escalated after The Players Championship . The Associated Press reports the British newspaper The Guardian reports Garcia was asked in […]
Chad and I hit the TNA Impact Wrestling press conference that was held on Wednesday. This brings the popular entertainment group back to Las Vegas after 5 years for a two taping live event on Saturday, June 29th at the Orleans Arena. Tickets go on sale later this afternoon at orleansarena.com.
Chad sometimes has trouble deciding on the subject matter for a 4 minute vlog. This week it unfortunately fell in his lap. As reported earlier this week, UNLV President Neal Smatresk announced Wednesday the retirement […]
Chad takes a look into the coming out of Jason Collins. The NBA veteran center has become the first active male professional athlete in the major four American sports leagues to come out as gay, writing a first-person account posted Monday on Sports Illustrated’s website.