Harry Balzac has been rooting for the Gators ever since Galen Hall patrolled the sidelines and some kid from Pensacola, Florida named Emmitt was chewing up the Astroturf (yes, Astroturf) at Florida Field.
By SBRForum.com Last week, the Tennessee Volunteers found themselves in a heck of a lot more of a dog fight than they probably expected to be against the Akron Zips. The men on Rocky Top finally put that game away Continue reading Bulldogs Have to Avoid Overlooking Volunteers
The controversial ending to Monday night’s Packers-Seahawks contest got me thinking, as it did most football fans, but not about how replacement officials have negatively affected this NFL season. It’s safe to say we can all agree the return of Continue reading Botched calls not the only problem with the NFL these days
Saints fans are a unique lot. I’m not suggesting they’re either more or less dedicated than any other fan base. Let’s just say, they’re different.
After Tuesday night’s disheartening 7-5 loss to the Red Sox, I was about to post this…
By SBRForum.com You have to go back to 1923 to find the last time that the Princeton Tigers and the Georgetown Hoyas faced off against one another. They’ll do so again on Friday night on ESPNU though, as the two Continue reading Princeton, Georgetown Duke it Out on Friday Night
“Why can’t there be some things just for me? Is that so selfish?” “Actually, that’s the definition of selfish.”
Winning may not be everything to some. But if you’re used to seeing your team win in copious amounts, the opposite is a little hard to take unless you consume alcohol in copious amounts.
“Big money goes around the world, big money give and take. Big money done a power of good, big money make mistakes.”
Footballers must rely on their bodies in order to play their sport. Given the demands placed on their body in the sport of football, it is no surprise that they must continue to train throughout the year. In order to Continue reading A Footballer’s Guide to Recovery Nutrition