On the Field

15 Songs Sports Has Ruined Forever

Music at sporting events is a given. But what happens when songs are played too often? Here are 15 songs sports has ruined. Whether you’re tailgating in the parking lot or cheering on a fight at a hockey game, music plays a big role in sports. Music is supposed...
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A Cubs fan started the tradition of throwing home run balls back

When a pitch is crushed by the away team, why do some fans throw the home run baseball back? We dive into the historic tradition… The sun is shining bright, your beer is icy cold and the sound of the announcer is soothing as you sit down in your seat in the...
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When Will The Johnny Manziel Saga End?

Known as one of the biggest busts of the past few years, Johnny Manziel has become a polarizing figure for many football fans. One thing most people can agree on is that he has been in the news too much. Even now, Manziel is making headlines off the field which raises...
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Helmets and Heels debate walk up songs and dumb baseball terms

Helmets and Heels were live on location where an interesting debate about dumb baseball terms was started that led to an intense Twitter debate. This week’s Helmets and Heels show started off so nice. We talked March Madness, interviewed Jaguars center Luke...
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Is This The Year of the Unpredictable Final Four?

You’ve heard it by now – this is the March Madness unpredictable Final Four year. There are no Goliaths. There are only Davids. Well that’s just so much nonsense. There is no dominating #1 seed that seems unstoppable going in but in any given year everyone has a...
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Are the Texans now the team to beat in the AFC?

Helmets and Heels was live at the UNF vs. UF NIT game and during the broadcast, we dive into the Texans bringing in Brock Osweiler, Goose Gossage is angry at the nerds ruining baseball, UNF Athletic Director William (Lee) Moon talks ‘One and Done’ rule and...
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Will The NFL Get It Right With Johnny Manziel?

The NFL has to be one of the best organizations to work for if you are a man. No matter what you do, a team will seemingly throw themselves at you. Case in point, Greg Hardy, Richie Incognito and Adrian Peterson to name a few examples. Yet Johnny Manziel is a special...
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7 Tips for filling out a competitive March Madness bracket

It’s a near scientific certainty that you’ve heard the term “March Madness” at least 12 times already today. And now the time has come to fill out a bracket and pretend you’ve watched every single game this season. But whether...
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How do we measure the legacy of an NFL player?

Peyton Manning announced his retirement from the NFL this week and while there’s no doubting his impact on the sport, it got me thinking. How do we measure a player’s legacy or even a person’s legacy? The easiest way to measure someone’s legacy...
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Was Holly Holm and Conor McGregor’s upset losses good for UFC?

UFC 196 will have a lasting effect in the UFC world. Mystic Mac Conor McGregor: he called his shots. He would predict victory and even go as far as the round and the matter in which he would win. He was 7-0 with 6 KO/TKOs in his UFC career and predicted all 7 wins...
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Off the Field

Keep your hair looking stunning on gameday

While there are a tremendous amount of options, getting game day air perfect and stress free all depends on one important variable: the weather. It should be obvious for a hot game, the hair can go up in a ponytail.  For a cold game, you can be a little more flexible...
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Punishment Ideas For Losers In Your Fantasy Football League

Trophies are great and all, but what makes for a fun change is a fantasy football league offering up punishments for those who come in last place. One such punishment making the rounds of late is of Henry Stern, who had to photoshop pictures of himself into (in)famous...
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7 tailgate tips for fans who have no idea what they’re doing

It’s a special time of the year when the summer starts to fade and football kicks off. When the season begins, the fine art of food and team devotion comes together for a perfect celebration with your football family. But for those new to tailgating, it may seem a...
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The champagne chambong is another reason to love champagne!

This football season I made the conscience choice to switch my tailgating beverage from beer to champagne. Not only have I saved on the calorie intake but now there’s news champagne may boost memory and prevent dementia. In a 2013 study that suddenly went viral...
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Week 8 fantasy football start ’em and sit ’em

We passed the halfway point of the fantasy football season with Week 8 and good quarterback play continues to come from unexpected players. Ryan Fitzpatrick has been great in fantasy the last two weeks and so has Jay Cutler. Jameis Winston and Kirk Cousins each had...
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Who are the biggest fantasy football surprises so far?

A lot of weird things have been happening this season in fantasy football. Just a quick sample… A defense is in the top 10 overall points. Andy Dalton wrecks good defenses regularly and the leader in points wasn’t slated to be the starter. Andrew Luck...
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Fantasy Football Week 7: Start Em’ Sit Em’

Martavis Bryant made a big return in week 5, Stafford finally got going along with Megatron. Devonta Freeman is a must start at this point, but he really has been the last few weeks. Here are Week 7’s picks. Start Em’ QB: Carson Palmer Palmer is one of the...
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Week 5 fantasy football advice: Start ’em and sit ’em

Want to know how crazy we’ve gotten to with Week 5 of fantasy football in 2015? Andy Dalton and Devonta Freeman are the two of the three highest scoring fantasy players this season. Carson Palmer and Tyrod Taylor are No. 5 and No. 7, respectively. None of this...
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Week 4 fantasy football picks: Start ’em and sit ’em

Here are your Week 4 fantasy football picks. You’ll see some familiar faces from Week 3. Enjoy! Start ‘Em QB: Tyrod Taylor via bills.com Yes, we are on the #TyrodTrain. He’s been a top-five quarterback through the first three weeks of the season. We...
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Week 3 fantasy football picks: Start ’em and sit ’em!

Injuries are pilling up and so are big performances by the unexpected. Travis Benjamin and David Johnson are just a couple of players that blew up recently. Here are some under-the-radar Week 3 fantasy football picks. Start ‘Em QB: Derrick Carr via abc.com Why...
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Women in Sports

Helmets and Heels interviews the NFL’s first female coach Jen Welter and we debate Erin Andrews case

What’s life like for the first female coach in the NFL? Jen Welter joins the ladies to talk about what she learned from her with the Arizona Cardinals, what she has planned next and how coaching men is different from coaching women. Was Erin Andrews given a fair...
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ESPN Baseball Analyst Jessica Mendoza takes a Pilates lesson from Cubs pitcher Jake Arrieta

ESPN baseball analyst Jessica Mendoza tried her hand at a new workout when Cubs Cy Young winner Jake Arrieta instructed her on the benefits of Pilates.  Earlier this year Jessica Mendoza joined the team of ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball and it shouldn’t come...
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8 Reasons why I’m an unapologetic sports-loving woman

Years ago when ESPN first aired “Let Them Wear Towels,” we’ve become more aware of the day-to-day struggle women writing about sports have faced. But decades after women were first allowed in the locker rooms, we still face challenges that require us...
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Amara Baptist talks female fans and FOX Sports social media coverage in new ‘Watch Me Work’

FOX Sports’ Amara Baptist chats with GuysGirl in our new series, “Watch Me Work,” focusing on women in sports and fans of the game. Sports have always been considered a brotherhood, but the bond between women who consume sports is arguably stronger. We’re...
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Watch Me Work: FanDuel’s Jessica Kleinschmit

FanDuel’s Jessica Kleinschmidt chats with GuysGirl in our new series, “Watch Me Work,” which focuses on women in sports and fans of the game. Sports have always been considered a brotherhood, but the bond between women who consume sports is arguably...
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This map reveals the top selling NFL jerseys for female fans

For a few years Dick’s Sporting Goods has released an analysis of top jersey sales in their stores throughout the United States. But my favorite aspect of the study is not where female fans spend their money, but whom they spend it on. While female fans usually...
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Helmets and Heels: Jaguars break our hearts and defending Rick Pitino

Another week, another loss. The ladies talk about what can be done about the Jaguars continuous downward spiral along with our weekly studs/duds where the debate got heated around Louisville’s “sex scandal”. Also on the show we chat with the lovely...
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Recapping ‘Meet Me At The 50’ with Suzy Kolber

The Jaguars might not be the best performing team in the wins column but their recent women’s event “Meet Me At The 50” highlighted the proper angle female fans want to be marketed. Earlier this season, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers launched a program...
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UPDATED: Sorority taking selfies at a baseball game are mocked by broadcasters

An ASU sorority taking selfies was mocked on Thursday night by in-game announcers during the Arizona Diamondbacks game. Fair or foul? Anytime new technology, music or trends are introduced to the masses, it’s usually adopted by teens first and the rest of the...
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Why I’m a football widower

It happens every season. You dream of tailgates, attending games together while leaving the stadium happily holding hands to snuggle away the night. This is what a dream looks like for a couple who are fans of a winning franchise. But unless you’re a Patriots fan, you...
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