Tom Brady Finally Impresses Me.

Super Bowl wins? Who cares?

Super model wife? Same.

Beer chugging champ? Okay, now you have my attention, Tommy.

As a former Beer Olympics Champion, I gotta hand it to Mr. Brady. That was one impressive chug. Regardless of how much distaste you may have for probably the greatest QB of all time, you can’t deny his greatness when it comes to slurping suds.

I would like to formally invite Tom to participate in the next Milliron Sports Beer Olympics, time/date still TBD. If I had to guess, he’s probably okay at beer pong too. I’ll take him on my team any day of the week.

side note: please be aware that points would have been deducted for a sloppy finish on that chug.

The Pope Has Never Seen The Office, and That’s Disappointing

Not gonna lie. This one hurts. I always thought Pope Francis was the Cool Pope. Now, I’m not so sure. The man has missed so much good television since he hasn’t flipped on the ol’ tube post-1990. Keenan & Kel? He’s never seen it. WWE’s Attitude Era? Skipped right past it. Most disappointingly, Pope Francis has never seen The Office.  Continue reading

Join the Milliron Sports Bracket Challenge

Think you’re better than us at gambling and picking college basketball winners? Well, you probably are.. but now you have the chance to prove it! Join our Milliron Sports Bracket Challenge on ESPN and compete with all of our bloggers to become the King (or Queen, sup?) of College Basketball in the Milliron Sports community.

In addition to the satisfaction of making us all look like idiots, the winner will receive a Milliron Sports t-shirt and prize pack. It’s free. It’s easy. Sign up today!

Buying Video Games at Toys R Us was the Most Stressful, Yet Rewarding Experience of my Life

Earlier this week it was announced that Toys R Us could be closing all of its U.S. stores as early as next week. The giant retail toy chain filed for bankruptcy in September of 2017 and already started shutting down stores across the country earlier this year. When Toys R Us is gone, I feel like a large part of my childhood will disappear with it. While I don’t have many memories of going to Toys R Us for the actual toys, there was one unique experience that Toys R Us offered that differs from anything I’ve experienced in this day and age: buying video games. Continue reading

Does This Look Like the Face of a Daycare Worker Who Left Children Unattended so She Could Go Tanning?

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BEND, Ore. (WKRC) – A former day care owner in Oregon was sentenced to 21 years in prison after she left the children in her care to go tanning, according to The Bulletin.

January Neatherlin, 32, pleaded guilty to the charges of 11 counts of first-degree criminal mistreatment and a count of third-degree assault.

Neatherlin was arrested in 2017 after seven children were found unattended. The children’s ages ranged from 6 months to 4 years old.

Surveillance video showed parents dropping the children off. Several hours later, Neatherlin was seen leaving the house to go to a tanning salon. Authorities said Neatherlin gave the children medicine to they would sleep while she went to the salon or gym.


I’m gonna go ahead and answer the question for you. Yes.

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WWE Fastlane Predictions (Possible Spoilers)

Tonight the WWE makes it’s last stop on the Road to WrestleMania 34 as the SmackDown brand takes over Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio. With it being the last pay-per-view before The Show of Shows, I don’t expect too many shakeups with the major title pictures. However, that may be exactly what they want you to think (but don’t count on it, seriously).  Will this finally be the night we see Carmella cash in her Money in the Bank contract that she’s been carrying around for what seems to have been 28 years? We’ll see…  Continue reading

Nati Boys #48: Cincinnati, City of (Conference) Champions


We’re keeping things local this week as the Nati Boys kick off the show by talking about the regular season successes of the UC and Xavier men’s basketball teams.  Both schools won regular season conference championships and took home a plethora of team and individual accolades.  In the NFL, the Bengals decided not to use their franchise tag this year and we discuss whether or not the team’s first free agent signing will have a big impact on the upcoming season.  In baseball, the Reds are struggling to find their bats as spring training gets into full swing but there have been a few bright spots with some of the teams young, up-and-coming stars.  To wrap up the show we have a fantasy draft of athletes who went on to noteworthy second careers outside of sports.

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Ndamukong Suh Failed ECON 101

Business Insider – In 2015, Ndamukong Suh signed one of the biggest contracts in NFL history, agreeing to join the Miami Dolphins on a deal worth $114 million over six years, with $60 million guaranteed.

However, like many contracts in professional sports, the numbers aren’t exactly as they seem.

While speaking to Business Insider to promote his investment with emoji app Genies, Suh said that most people don’t understand that when players sign eight- and nine-figure deals, they should really split the number in half. He used his rookie deal as an example.

“Off of my rookie deal, which I’m not hiding anything, you can go and look at my deal, I had $40 million guaranteed, it was 6 years for $40 [million],” Suh said. “And you take the $40 million that was guaranteed and you swipe that in half because of taxes.”

Everyone, please take a moment and say a prayer for Ndamukong Suh. The poor guy only made, in his estimation, $20 million dollars off of his rookie contract. How is someone expected to live on such meager wages? Especially in Detroit, where some houses can cost upwards of 8-whole-dollars. I really don’t know how he pulled it off. It’s a good thing he took a massive deal in Miami where there’s no state income tax so he could keep food on his family’s table.  Continue reading

Mick Cronin Wins Sporting News Coach of the Year

They said it at the beginning of the year, but a lot of people were skeptical. This was going to be Mick Cronin’s best team since he took over the reigns from Andy Kennedy at Cincinnati.

This season, Cronin has done an outstanding job coaching the Bearcats, and today he was named the Sporting News Coach of the Year after leading Cincinnati to the outright AAC regular season title. This comes just a day after UC Senior F Gary Clark was named the AAC Player of the Year. Hard to argue with that selection; Clark has been a force all season.

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