Killington to Host Skiing World Cup in ’17 and ’18

After having the Ski World Cup at Killington Mountain this past Thanksgiving, the mountain and the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association have announced a two-year deal to keep the event at Killington. No Title It’s true.

Why the Celtics Need to Beat the Cavs Tonight

Tonight, the Boston Celtics and Cleveland Cavaliers meet in Boston with first place in the Eastern Conference on the line. Both teams are 50-27 with five games to play and the Celtics need to win. Of course,

Patriots Still Interested in LeGarrette Blount

All offseason we’ve heard about the Patriots desire to acquire a running back. They’ve brought in Adrian Peterson for a visit, already signed Rex Burkhead of the Bengals, and were linked to Christian McCaffrey by draft people

Nick Carboni Talks NCAA Title Game With Us (AUDIO)

On Monday night, the North Carolina Tar Heels captured their sixth NCAA basketball championship by beating Gonzaga, 71-65. The game wasn’t played all that pretty but it was a win from the Tar Heels. It’s the third

NHL Won’t Compete at the 2018 Olympics

It is (reportedly) official that the NHL won’t be participating in the 2018 Olympics in South Korea. This comes as a decision from the NHL over the desire to not stop its schedule for 17 days to

Tony Romo Retires to Pursue Broadcasting

One of the biggest dramas of the offseason is set to take a different turn as Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is going to retire from the NFL and pursue a career in broadcasting, according to reports. Romo