As a married man, I can't admit to checking out babes, but you'd have to be blind not to notice Morgan McLeod on the new season of "Survivor." She's the next Kate Upton, mark my words. Her claim to fame was joining the San Francisco 49ers cheerleading squad right after high school.
You probably remember the classic "NFL: A Bad Lip Reading" video from last season where we saw a few dozen coaches and players saying some completely random and hilarious quotes. It was so good that McDonald's hired the crew from Bad Lip Reading to create their Mighty Wing's commercials...
The waves of talk from the NFC Championship this past weekend are still making ripples throughout the sports world. Of course, Seattle Seahawks defensive back Richard Sherman is at the center of most of that chatter because of his post-game interview.
A lot of people have been waiting to hear what was actually said between Sherman and San Francisco 49ers receiver Michael Crabtree in that now infam
This Sunday, the Seattle Seahawks will host the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship Game, with a a berth in the Super Bowl at stake. But if you're a 49ers fan (or even a Seahawks fan) living in California, the Seahawks won't sell you a ticket to the game!
A couple of guys used the website FundRazr to pull together $1,300 to fly a "Go 'Hawks" banner in the air above Candlestick Park before Sunday's game between Seattle and San Francisco. They actually raised $1,800! The extra money will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project.
A pair of Bay Area residents believe that the Seattle Seahawks fans were too loud during Sunday's 29-3 win over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. According to Judy Spelman and Rich Schiller's letters to the editor in the San Francisco Chronicle, they would like the NFL to either make fans quiet down or penalize the team by taking away home games.
This past Sunday night at Century Link field in Seattle, the Seattle Police Department had undercover officers decked out in San Francisco 49ers gear to help keep unruly fans from ruining the game for everyone. Although I didn't hear of any fans getting kicked out by these undercover officers, one Seahawks fan managed to call out what he believed to be an officer in disguise.