Matt Leinart’s flag football league avoided paying $50,000 in rental fees for public fields this past spring by registering as a non-profit, an Orange County Register investigation has found, and will do so again next year. The big problem here is that the league is very much for-profit. Read more...
Quarterback Matt Leinart, a USC Heisman winner and a top-10 draft bust who has been out of the NFL since 2012, has found a way to make money in the sport, by running a flag football league. But Leinart may have gotten himself into a bit of a jam by blending this for-profit effort with…
Heisman Trophy winner Matt Leinart, Thorpe Award winner Mark Carrier and All-American Dennis Thurman of USC are on the ballot for the 2016 class of the College Football Hall of Fame.
Former USC quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Matt Leinart has completed the handoff of his Manhattan Beach digs, selling the three-story home for $2.077 million.
What do Matt Leinart, Amar’e Stoudemire, Daryn Colledge and Mike Iupati have in common? Similar taste in real estate, apparently.
Matt Leinart is on the move in the South Bay.
Byron Wesley could have played his last year of basketball at USC and taken a course in ballroom dancing, the class Matt Leinart made famous in 2005, as part of his postgraduate stay as quarterback for the Trojans' top-ranked football team.
Matt Leinart spent parts of six seasons in the NFL and he says every team tampers with its footballs.
USC fans must wait at least until next season to see if the Trojans return to the Rose Bowl.
Matt Leinart, who led USC to two national titles, will return to his glory days on Saturday when he leads the Trojans out of the Coliseum tunnel before they play Notre Dame.
Last week, the Pac-12 Networks announced that Matt Leinart would join its on-air roster as a studio analyst. Combined with the fact that Leinart has also become a contributor to Fox Sports Live on Fox Sports 1 and it appears that the Heisman Trophy winner at USC and journeyman NFL quarterback has shucked the playing career […]
NFL busts finally get to accomplish their dream of returning to college. We've gotta give it to DISH for tracking down some of the biggest busts in NFL history and getting them to make fun of the fact that they were NFL busts. The pros...Show More Summary
Dish Network has already given USC quarterback Matt Leinart, Tennessee quarterback Heath Shuler and Oklahoma linebacker Brian Bosworth a chance to relive the glory days. Now, former LSU signal-caller JaMarcus Russell is joining those former college stars. Show More Summary
Oh, glory days.
In a clever bit of sports marketing, Dish enlisted former college football stars to promote its Game Day app. The ad features a talking stuffed kangaroo — because that’s the first animal that comes to mind when you think college football — voiced by the hilarious Rebel Wilson (Pitch Perfect, Bridesmaids). The kangaroo talks about […]
Some former college stars would love the opportunity to go back to school and be the big man on campus once again. Count USC quarterback Matt Leinart, Tennessee signal-caller Heath Shuler and Oklahoma linebacker Brian Bosworth in as guys who would love a chance to relive those glory years. [DISH] Read more College Football news on BleacherReport.com
Havas Worldwide Chicago tapped former college football stars Matt Leinart, Heath Shuler and Brian Bosworth in their latest spot for DISH Network, promoting the DISH Anywhere app. Also featuring the kangaroo mascots that just refuse to...Show More Summary
Dean Cain says he feels bad Matt Leinart got so upset with him last week -- saying the only reason he was critical of the former NFL star is because he expected him to have a better career. Leinart got upset at the former Superman actor when…
Before we get to the issue at hand, where the TV Superman takes a cheap shot at Matt Leinart, I would like to know why TMZ even felt the need to talk to Dean Cain? The man spends most of his time starring in TV Movies on Lifetime and/or the Hallmark Channel with the rotating […]
Matt Leinart's NFL career didn't go as well as many had hoped, there's really no denying that. But that doesn't mean Leinart needs the likes of Dean Cain bringing that up when talking to TMZ about Johnny Manziel.