Americans spend exorbitant amounts of money on food for Super Bowl Sunday parties. But unlike Christmas and Thanksgiving, the Super Bowl isn’t considered a day to give. We need to make charity a part of this American “holiday.”
NFL players continue to be arrested at an astounding rate. Rather than trying to find a good man to root for, fans should readjust what we’re looking for in our football players. As long as we ask our athletes to be role models, we will continue to be let down.
Thanks to increased publicity by the NFL, concussions have become the en vogue topic in sports right now, and for good reason — 1 in 10 athletes suffer from one every year. But from Santa Cruz to Sacramento, coaches and congressmen alike are ramping up efforts to keep athletes safe.
Conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh is no stranger to controversy; in fact, one might call it his lifeblood. He is a notorious presence on the airwaves for his outlandish comments, devised, at least in part, to keep his name in the headlines while pulling in more listeners.