Jim Plunkett’s painful journey: ‘My life sucks’

Jim Plunkett’s painful journey: ‘My life sucks’

Victor Landa August 9, 2017

By Eliott Almond, The Mercury News   He rises from a chair next to his Heisman Trophy in a room stuffed with dozens of silver and gold keepsakes that recognize […]

Cannibals and Poets

NewsTaco February 26, 2015

By Dr. Henry Flores, NewsTaco A dear friend once described politics in her country as a struggle between cannibals and poets with each side taking turns running the country.  When […]

Fútbol vs. football: NFL and soccer compete for Latino fans

January 31, 2014

By Griselda Nevarez, Voxxi Fútbol has long been the most popular sport among Latinos. But recent research shows that may be starting to change for Latinos living in the United States, […]

Super Bowl: A History of Latinos in the Big Game

February 4, 2013

By Victor Garcia, Fox News Latino While Latinos haven’t exactly taken the National Football League by storm, many prominent football players have made it to the big game and represented […]

¿Qué dijo mi esposo about Big Ang?

July 20, 2012

By Melanie Mendez-Gonzales Most evenings in our house go something like this … after we get the boys tucked in their beds, my husband stays in our bedroom to watch […]

Kaleb Canales’ NBA Rise Paves The Way For Latinos In Sports

March 20, 2012

By Paul Adams Last Wednesday, the Portland Trail Blazers were playing against the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden. Well — theoretically — the whole team appeared to be […]

Super Bowl XLVI By The Numbers

February 3, 2012

By the U.S. Census Bureau Super Bowl XLVI will be played Feb. 5 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, which will be the first time the Super Bowl has been […]