The Super Bowl has become an event like no other in American society. While most sports attract casual fans once in a generation (thanks to icons like Michael Jordan in basketball or Tiger Woods in golf), professional football draws millions Continue reading How to Make Sure Your Super Bowl Party Is Truly Super
“And the Boston Red Sox are World Champions!” -Joe Buck, October 27, 2004
Wow, that was tough to watch.
In only a month, my quest is complete, my Holy Grail has been attained, total glory stenciled onto my scorecard. Where to begin?
Billy A / Foter / CC BY-NC-SA Anyone who follows NCAA men’s basketball knows that today’s head coaches rarely have great players who stick around for four years. They’re lucky if their best players last two years before heading to Continue reading Should NCAA Athletes Be Paid in Addition to Receiving Scholarships?
As a sports fan and furiously obsessed sports blogger, I subscribe to various online updates. As a Magic fan, the Orlando Sentinel is one of those.
I have a joke for you. Barry Alvarez, Archie Manning and Condoleezza Rice walk in to a sports bar… and are then asked to determine college football’s national champion.
Sponsorship plays an ever-increasing role in the lives and careers of professional athletes. On top of an opportunity for additional income outside of playing the games they’re so good at, advertising has given athletes the chance to share their personalities Continue reading 6 Fan Favorite Sports TV Commercials
While Eli Manning is suffering with the interception bug and a winless start with the Giants, things could not be going any better for big brother Peyton and the Broncos. While Eli is on pace to throw the most interceptions Continue reading Will the Broncos Be Corraled Short of Perfection?
On NBA Draft night last year, Bill Simmons and former Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers got into a war of words. Their spat made for great television.