I received a very cordial letter from the President and CEO of Caesar’s Palace this week. It went a little something like this. Dear Mr. Humpherys Please accept this letter as a formal invitation to visit our famous and elegant Continue reading
Well, football camp obviously didn’t work for me. I was kicked out for sleeping late, not paying enough attention and hitting on one too many counselors in training. Oh, how I long for the luxurious setting of my cardboard box Continue reading
The upcoming NFL and NBA Drafts are more similar than any we’ve seen in recent history. In fact, they’re so similar, it’s eerie. This year, I’ll feel like I’m watching a Wheel of Fortune rerun except instead of the lucky Continue reading
Another regular NFL season has regrettably come to a close, bringing us plenty of surprises that nobody saw coming back in September.
By SBRForum.com It may only be the preseason, but there were still storylines galore from the first week of football.
I was watching Lakers-Nuggets Game Five the other night. You remember that game in Los the Staples Center where Kobe Bryant scored 43, yet his team still couldn’t close out the series?
Listen to the next few stories and follow along, as if you haven’t already. They might help you sports fans on the fringe understand why so many of us on the other end of that spectrum tailgate on Saturdays, huddle Continue reading
Now that the 2011-12 NFL season is behind us, we can finally discuss things that really matter. Like Peyton Manning.
With LSU remaining undefeated this weekend, and every other school fighting fruitlessly for position like presidential candidates at the Republican National Convention, the debate rages on over who should play the Tigers for college football’s national championship.
A buddy and I were recently discussing past Heisman Trophy winners. After all, it is that time of year. As we all know, bringing home the most coveted, individual award in college athletics doesn’t necessarily guarantee success in the NFL.