Back in February, David Sills IV made headlines when the 13-year-old made an oral commitment to play quarterback at USC, staring in 2015. We caught up with David to talk about quarterbacking at USC, talking to Trojans head coach Lane Kiffin, and what life has been like as a sports celebrity...More »
Most fans know James Stewart as a motorcycle racer. The 24-year-old has won numerous motorcross and supercross titles. Some die-hard supporters have probably even seen Stewart’s YouTube videos where he lip-syncs along to disco tunes. But fans will see an entirely new side of Stewart when his new reality show “Bubba’s World” premiers on Fuel TV on March 28 at 10 p.m. The series takes viewers behind the scenes into Stewart’s life and introduces them to his family and friends.
But Stewart hasn’t gone all Hollywood. His main focus is still on racing motorcycles. A broken bone in his wrist cut short Stewart’s attempt to defend his supercross title in 2010. He is still rehabbing the injury but hopes to return for the outdoor motocross season in May.
Amidst all the things Stewart has going on, he managed to squeeze in some time to speak with SIKIDS.com recently in New York City. Here’s what he had to say about his new show, his injury, and his future plans.
The NFL Draft is not an exact science. Despite numerous football drills, the Wonderlic test, and the heralded NFL combine, a prospect’s NFL success is unpredictable. A player’s behavior off the field is often overlooked. That is not the case, however, with Oklahoma State wide receiver Dez Bryant, whose off-the-field issues have general managers around the NFL seriously reconsidering their draft boards.More »
There's been a lot of talk this season about how there's no "one dominant team" like North Carolina last season. And I agree with that. There are four dominant teams.More »
It happens to every sports fan. You’re all pumped up for the biggest game of the weekend and then – BOOM! – out of nowhere, your family makes plans. Worse yet, those plans don’t involve sitting down on the couch in front of the TV.
There’s no time when this is more likely to happen then during March Madness. With back-to-back-to-back-to-back games from Thursday through Sunday of opening weekend, sooner or later you will get dragged away from the action kicking and screaming.
Luckily this year, FLO TV is swooping in to save the day. Keep reading to find out more and to see FLO TV's broadcasting schedule for the NCAA tournament.More »