Riley Breckenridge


Riley loves to talk about who he is, why you should care who he is, and why you should care enough about who he is to like who he is and the things he does (or is about to do). That's why writing this bio is not awkward at all. He has done hundreds and thousands and tens of thousands of things in his life; many of which involve sports, sporting, sporting goods, watching sports, writing about sports, starting blogs about sports, and writing for blogs that write about sports. He has also done some other things, (including but not exclusive to) referring to himself in the third person, playing college baseball, playing music for a living, playing, and accidentally crapping his desk chair on New Year's Day in 2010. He hopes that you enjoy what he writes, and that if you don't, that you find plenty of other things to read on the Internet. (He's heard it's enormous.)


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LSU's Minter leaving for NFL Draft

LSU Tigers junior inside linebacker Kevin Minter will forgo his senior season at the university and enter the 2013 NFL Draft, according to a report.

ECU fires defensive coordinator

East Carolina has decided not to renew the contract of defensive coordinator Brian Mitchell, according to a report.

Spartans' Gholston, Bell leaving for NFL

Junior defensive end William Gholston and junior running back Le'Veon Bell have informed Michigan St. Spartans head coach Mark Dantonio that they are leaving school early for the 2013 NFL Draft.

Cardinals interested in Todd Haley

As the Arizona Cardinals continue their search for a new head coach, the team has reportedly requested permission to interview Pittsburgh Steelers' offensive coordinator Todd Haley, according to a report.

49ers ink kicker Billy Cundiff

The San Francisco 49ers signed kicker Billy Cundiff on Tuesday afternoon, according to a report.

Chargers planning to interview 4 potential GMs

After firing general manager A.J. Smith on Monday, San Diego Chargers team president Dean Spanos is reportedly planning to interview four candidates for the position.

Chiefs to fire Romeo Crennel on Monday

The Kansas City Chiefs fired head coach Romeo Crennel (day) after the team finished with a disappointing 2-14 record.

Playoff spots, seeds still up for grabs in Week 17

While the AFC's six playoff teams are set, their seeding is not, and the NFC's playoff picture is a bit murkier with the fates of a handful of teams hinging on the outcome of their (and other teams') regular-season finales.

Yakupov's squad headlines KHL Saturday schedule

Following an eight-game slate on Friday, Saturday's KHL schedule features four games, including 2012 No. 1 draft pick Nail Yakupov's Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk versus Ak Bars Kazan.

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