[Note: This article was scheduled to be released on Wednesday, however, a stunning round of golf got interfered with its timely publication. As it turns out, the Dallas Cowboys are set to release Tony Romo today, Thursday, March, 9. Accordingly, Continue reading
So football is moving back to L.A. once again. Ho hum! In times like these when the earth shifts westward directly from under St. Louis’ feet, who better to discuss the NFL’s return to Los Angeles than my West Coast Continue reading
Textbooks in hand, I walked nervously into my advisor’s office, some million moons ago. He wasn’t so much my advisor as much as he was the designated advisor for about 30,000 other students a year who chose to study liberal Continue reading
Hotels.com has a new mascot. His name is Captain Obvious. His pitch in their relatively entertaining, television spots is that using their website to book a vacation is the obvious choice. Years ago while hosting Saturday Night Live’s Weekend Update, Continue reading
Baby steps. Just like the grey, sweat-suited, headband wearing Rocky Balboa descended from his front porch to sprint through the streets and triumphantly climb the steps of Philadelphia’s Art Museum, I too raise my hands in victory. Of course, Balboa Continue reading
Okay, so I’m starting to feel a little better about myself. On what was a pretty difficult week to pick games, the Chump actually went 8-4-1 while his opponents both went 6-7, leading to the inexplicable urge to refer to Continue reading
With all this talk about sexuality and sports, one high-profile athlete has finally emerged from the proverbial closet. That athlete… is the Dallas Cowboys.
A fellow troublemaker, Ryan Meehan of First Order Historians, recently asked me to submit my Week 15 NFL picks for his website, which means there are either 14 other bloggers he likes better than me or he’s saving the best Continue reading
Nobody said being an NFL head coach was easy. This past Sunday, however, was a rough one for five gentlemen in particular, who continue to find fresh and exciting ways to lose football games.
Pacquiao-Mayweather Imagine, after both completing successful seasons, the New Orleans Saints and Indianapolis Colts make it to the Super Bowl. Or imagine the Yankees and Phillies get to the World Series or the Lakers and Magic both reach the NBA Continue reading