University of Oregon Places $50k Stud Fees On Female Track Team Members

The University of Oregon have announced Monday that, following the completion of their triple crown (cross country, indoor track, outdoor track) this past weekend, the university has placed a $50k stud fee on every single member of the school’s female track team.  In an effort to help boost the university’s income on top of a… read more »

Wenatchee AppleSox Announce Foot Fetish Appreciation Night

The Wenatchee AppleSox have unveiled that their August 1st home game against the Corvallis Knights will be Foot Fetish Appreciation Night.  In a press release published on their website, which is down below, the AppleSox detailed why they’ve decided to dedicate a game to foot fetish enthusiasts and their passion for feet.  Who says baseball… read more »

Tacoma Rainiers Announce “Old White Men-Only” Promotion

The Tacoma Rainiers have announced that attendance to Wednesday’s home game versus the Reno Aces will only be open t0 old white men.  In an effort to highlight the power of old men, the Rainiers will be barring anyone who doesn’t fit the description of an old man from watching Wednesday’s game. In a statement… read more »

Oly Town FC Force Opposing Fans Away From Game As Part Of Day of Absence

Oly Town FC, a soccer club playing in the Evergreen Premier League, forced fans of the opposing team away from Saturday’s home game as part of Day of Absence observations. The Olympia-based amateur soccer club asked fans of Olympic Force to stay away from the team’s game in observation of the team’s annual Day of Absence.  “We… read more »

Washington State University To Leave Pac-12 Conference To Put Pullman First

Washington State University have announced that the university will be leaving the Pac-12 Conference in the immediate future in an effort to put “Pullman First” among other reasons.  Before members of the press Friday morning, university president Kirk Schulz proclaimed that WSU will be leaving the Pac-12 after coming to the conclusion that the conference… read more »

Father Still Traumatized His Son Can’t Throw A Baseball

While families across Cascadia celebrated Memorial Day weekend with outdoor barbecues and weekend excursions, one white suburban father was once again reminded of the trauma he feels knowing his son can’t throw a baseball. Logan Miller of Lake Oswego discovered four years ago that when his son Hunter tried out for the local tee ball league… read more »