The Official “Dancing With The Stars: Athletes” Cast List is Here and We Can’t Wait to Watch

After “Dancing With the Stars” announced they would have an all-athletes cast for a shortened season, there was a lot of speculation about who may or may not be making their way to the dance floor. Thanks to Good Morning America, the wait is finally over and the cast list is here– and it’s a … Read more

Rascal Flatts Nailed the National Anthem Before First Nashville Predators Playoff Game

As promised, there were big surprises inside of Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena before the first Stanley Cup Playoff game between the Nashville Predators and Colorado Avalanche. First, the Preds unveiled a new catfish tank with a fish named Gill (probably after Vince, probably a play on words) and another fish named Ben will be added soon. … Read more

Sister Jean Threw Out The First Pitch For The Chicago Cubs, Remains Perfect

March Madness was a real rollercoaster this year. There were more crazy upsets in the early rounds than anyone expected, but the finals were between two very predictable teams which produced a very boring championship. The real hero of the tournament was the chaplain of the Loyola Ramblers, Sister Jean. The 98-year-old achieved international fame when … Read more

Tyler Farr Is Just As Bad At Ice Skating As You Would Think

I wouldn’t have thought Tyler Farr was a hockey fan. I was wrong. I also would never, ever, think Tyler Farr could ice skate. On that count, I was right. He skates exactly like I would have imagined. He even falls like you would think: feet flying straight up as he falls hard on his back. … Read more

Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley Can Still Throw a Baseball Really, Really Hard

Before Brian Kelley met up with Tyler Hubbard to form one of the most successful country music duos of all-time in Florida Georgia Line, he was just a baseball player who also could play guitar. Originally, BK played baseball at Florida State University before transferring to Belmont in Nashville and though he’s now a full-time … Read more

Jack Nicklaus Cries As His Grandson Hit A Hole-In-One during The Masters

Jack Nicklaus has won six Green Jackets at the Masters, the most storied golf tournament in the world. But all of his wins, every memory from the greens of Augusta faded in comparison when his 15-year-old grandson hit a hole-in-one. Through tears, Nicklaus recounted the story of asking his grandson, GT, to caddy for him. … Read more

Carrie Underwood and the Nashville Predators are Promising Some “Great Surprises” for the NHL Playoffs This Year (We Just Want New Music)

I’ll be the first to admit that last year’s Nashville Predators’ playoff run to the NHL Stanley Cup finals was a ton of fun. I was absolutely obsessed with guessing who sing the National Anthem before each home game– I made a chart and compared dozens of tour schedules with the Stanley Cup schedule. And … Read more

Carrie Underwood Went Off on Twitter, Re: The NHL’s Dumb Goalie Interference Rule and Mike Fisher Agreed With Her

The Nashville Predators playoff hopes were hurt during a recent game by a controversial call that left many scratching their heads and Nashville fans furious. Nashville’s last second, game-tying goal was waved off for goalie interference, giving the Preds a loss in the competitive race for the playoffs. Fans quickly took to Twitter to vent their … Read more

NCAA Women’s Basketball National Championship Game Was More Exciting Than Any Men’s Game This Year

Here’s an unpopular opinion– at times, women’s basketball is sometimes more fun to watch than men’s basketball because it’s way more fundamental. There’s been a lot of back-and-forth in recent years about a few women’s teams being so much better than other teams that it’s almost unfair and boring to watch. I don’t disagree with … Read more

Sister Jean Is What Our Country Really Needs And She Knows It

Mach Madness has lived up to its name this year. It is the first year a top-seeded team has lost in the first round and has seen an unlikely underdog, the Loyola-Chicago Ramblers, rise all the way to the Final Four. But the most unlikely hero is Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt, the Rambler’s 98-year-old chaplain who has … Read more