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.)


49ers' DE Smith has a partially torn triceps

San Francisco 49ers' defensive end Justin Smith has been out of action since Dec. 16, and according to a report, it's because the 12-year veteran has a partially torn triceps.

Matt Barkley era has ended

A shoulder injury suffered on Nov. 17 against UCLA will keep the senior quarterback out of the Sun Bowl next Monday.

Seahawks' Sherman wins PED suspension appeal

Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman has won his appeal to overturn a four-game suspension for violating the NFL's performance-enhancing drug policy, according to multiple reports.

Clippers, Heat are the cream of the crop

The Los Angeles Clippers have ridden a 14-game winning streak to the top of the Western Conference Standings, while the Miami Heat have leapfrogged the New York Knicks to take the top spot in the East.

Seahawks' Sherman plans to sue NFL if suspended

While Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman awaits a ruling on his appeal of a four-game suspension for violating the league's performance-enhancing drug policy, he is reportedly planning to sue the NFL if his appeal is denied.

Blazers not shopping Aldridge, says GM

Despite rumors swirling that LaMarcus Aldridge might be on the trading block, Portland Trail Blazers' general manager Neil Olshey has no interest in trading the All-Star power forward, according to a report.

How to watch Knicks vs. Lakers on Christmas Day

The New York Knicks, the Eastern Conference's best team, head to Los Angeles on Tuesday for a nationally-televised showdown with the wayward Lakers and former Knicks head coach Mike D'Antoni.

Ravens clinch AFC North title

After downing the New York Giants 33-14 on Sunday, the Baltimore Ravens have clinched the AFC North title.

Broncos win tenth straight, down Browns 34-12

The Denver Broncos utilized a stout defense and stellar game from quarterback Peyton Manning, as they cruised to their tenth consecutive win, a 34-12 victory over the Cleveland Browns on Sunday at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.

Nash to return Saturday night, per report

Christmas may have arrived early for the Los Angeles Lakers, as a league source has informed Ramona Shelburne of that point guard Steve Nash is on track to make his long-awaited return to action tonight against Golden State.

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