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Early #FCF – Jen Welter Makes NFL History as First Female Coach

It’s only Tuesday but this week’s #FCF – Fanatchicks Crush Friday nod goes to Dr. Jen Welter.  Not only is the first woman who played co-ed professional football – and not as a kicker, but she is now the first woman to be on the coaching team of an NFL team.  The Arizona Cardinals have […]

Deflate-Gate Controversy Inflates

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The Deflate-Gate controversy, involving the Super Bowl Champs, the Patriots, has been consuming sports news lately. Buzz about the low-air pressured balls surfaced weeks before the Super Bowl but the issue was swept away, placing the blame on weather conditions.

Now, there is incriminating evidence that may be just enough to prove […]

Cutie Kliff Kingsbury Talks Ice Bucket Challenge to Beyonce and Dealing With Female Fans

I think I’ll start a ‘Cutest Coaches’ list and add Texas Tech head football  coach Kliff Kingsbury.  Here’s a video of him and the his 2014 team taking on the viral ALS ice bucket challenge.  He first challenges his former player and now Denver Bronco, Wes Welker and Beyoncé to dump some ice water over their […]

I’m Confused: Erin Andrews Is Replacing Pam Oliver?

Last season we saw Erin Andrews move from ESPN to FOX Sports and have an active sideline reporting role during the NFL season.  I like Erin Andrews. I mean…she’s likable and we know that the male viewers LOVE to see her on their screen. I’m certainly not going to criticize her for being beautiful but […]

Jordin Sparks, Miranda Cosgrove Are New Faces For NFL Apparel

The NFL is going to be releasing their new women’s apparel line for this upcoming season and they’ve added a few new young faces to their campaign.  Singer Jordin Sparks whose father played for the NY Giants, is actually an Arizona Cardinals fanatchick so she’s in the campaign rocking black and red.

Miranda Cosgrove will be […]

Northwestern Student-Athletes Can Unionize. Now What?

Anybody who ever earned – and I do mean EARNED – a college athletic scholarship knows how demanding that commitment is.  Yes, it is an incredible benefit to get your tuition, books and housing paid but as a track athlete I had to juggle classes and studying with hours of practice, team meetings, rehab for […]