Steve James recently turned 16, and he’s already dropping bomb after bomb on the EDM universe like it ain’t no thang. Check out the young master’s latest remix, turning in a 12/10 effort on Cash Cash’s chart topping banger “Take Me Home.”
April 25th, 2014 9:00 PM
New York City, NY
April 26th, 2014 9:00 PM
New Haven, CT
January 30th, 2014 9:00 PM
January 31st, 2014 9:00 PM
February 21st, 2014 9:00 PM
February 22nd, 2014 9:00 PM
East Stroudsburg, PA
March 1st, 2014 9:00 PM
The Union Bar
Iowa City, IA
March 8th, 2014 6:00 PM
The Boulder Theater
March 15th, 2014 9:00 PM
April 4th, 2014 10:00 PM
House Of Blues
Myrtle Beach, SC
April 5th, 2014 9:00 PM
April 14, 2014 - April 20, 2014
Shots have been fired! pic.twitter.com/fEuEPTvbbS
— Barstool Clemson (@BarstoolClemson) April 17, 2014
Big day for college rivalries. First UF puts FSU on blast with the most vicious diss video ever.
Now Clemson is sneaking in to SC’s field and spray painting all over their shit. Can’t wait to see what crazy hijinks we got coming up next. Nobody is safe!
h/t Barstool Clemson
Introducing Christina from West Virginia. Perfect blonde = perfect way to close out the day. WVU never disappoints.
Quick update. Ginny and Elizabeth are separated by under 100 votes. Stephanie and Hannah are separated by under 45. I repeat, both matchups are absolute nailbiters. So if you think your vote doesn’t matter make no mistake about it, your one click could literally end up deciding the championship matchup by midnight tonight. All depends on which school gets this spreading around campus the most tonight….
Yahoo - Future NFL wide receiver Brandin Cooks is known for his speed. He recently made a name for himself with his mouth for comparing his skills to DeSean Jackson’s. Now Cooks is showing he has an incredible heart.
Cooks, a former Oregon State standout, will likely make a lot of money in the NFL. He is expected to be selected in the early rounds of this year’s draft. After running the fastest time at the NFL scouting combine (4.33 seconds), Cooks received a check for $100,000 from Adidas for clocking the quickest 40-yard dash time.
Instead of making a lavish purchase for himself, Cooks decided to reward his mom, Andrea Cooks, with a new Mercedes-Benz GLK 350.
Brandin was 6 years old when his father died of a heart attack. Andrea Cooks held the family, including two other sons, together after her husband’s death, and Brandin took care of his mom when he had the chance.
Ha, Mercedes Benz GLK 350. Whatever. I surprised my mom with a framed copy of the Sports Illustrated cover that had my name mentioned in their feature article for cyberbullying a 5 year old. You tell me whose parent is prouder.
Cool car though Brandin.
NHL and NBA playoffs. What an awesome fucking time in sports. Only one way to make it better. Giving everyone a shot to win straight up cash on Draftstreet for simply picking some player then kicking back and watching the games. Yup we got $100K prize pool on the line with 20K for first place…yes you read that correctly. 20 thousand dollars. And considering I haven’t won a Draftstreet tournament yet I would have to say that I’m due. Probably win the whole thing then quit Barstool and retire to an island somewhere in the Pacific.
-2-day contest for the games on 4/19 and 4/20
-$100,000 prize pool
-$55 entry fee, 2000 entries
-1st place prize: $20,000
-Top 300 places paid
-SalaryCap style draft
Hey FSU. BURNED! Seriously good luck enjoying that national championship trophy and unlimited perfect 10 smokeshows now. Kind of tough after getting ripped apart and publicly humiliated like this. ”Loud parties slutty girls and lack of education.” Sounds like an awful time.
SI – My Decision: Why I made the difficult choice to leave Duke for the NBA
After losing in the NCAA tournament, I needed to clear my mind. I was incredibly disappointed and blamed myself. I didn’t watch basketball or go to the gym for several days. But I soon realized the real test is how we handle defeat and I laced my shoes and headed to the student rec center to play some pick-up.
It reminded me of how much I loved the game, but it was only a temporary reprieve. As soon as I got back, I turned my attention to one of the hardest decisions I’ve had to make up to this point in my life: whether to remain in school or enter the NBA draft.
Lately I haven’t slept much. Although my dream is to play in the NBA, I’ve gotten pretty attached to life at Duke and I don’t want to utter the word goodbye.
No way! Didn’t see that coming. A top 3 (arguably #1) prospect “weighing his options” then deciding to make the jump. Umm Jabari we don’t need a 5,000 word essay explaining why you’re going to the NBA bro. Honestly really not necessary. I mean let’s see, you could 1) play for free while 2) hanging out with these people:
or you could play for millions of dollars while hanging out with celebrities, models and superstars. The decision makes itself.