Nationals To Face Dodgers In NLDS, Arch Manning Talented, Richard Sherman Hopes NCAA Destroyed
BarnBurner Sports Writer
Wednesday, October 2, 2019
The Washington Nationals did not have a promising start to their season, but with their wild card win over the Milwaukee Brewers, they will now face the Los Angeles Dodgers in the National League Division Series starting on Thursday.
Peyton’s retired, Eli’s been benched, but looks like we’ll see another Manning phenomenon in a few years. Archie and Olivia Manning’s grandson (Cooper’s son Arch), a 6-1 freshman in high school, is already making a name for himself and getting attention from both Eli’s and Peyton’s alma maters (Ole Miss and Tennessee). According to granddad Archie, Arch is not talking to anyone yet. “Our theme is, ‘Let’s let Arch be a freshman.”
California’s recently signed bill allowing college athletes to be paid endorsements is getting the thumbs up from San Francisco 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman. Sherman, who played at Stanford, said, “I hope it destroys the NCAA in general because I think it’s corrupt and it’s a bunch of people taking advantage of kids, and doing it under a mask of ‘fair play.” The Golden State Warriors’ Draymond Green also criticized the NCAAA and called the organization a “dictatorship.”