After a brief birthday hiatus and neglecting to post anything on the website for a few days, one dedicated reader politely requested I jot down something about SEC media week. I won’t lie. I missed the whole damn thing. A Continue reading →
In Starkville, Mississippi, a junior field goal kicker lines up from 29 yards away to give his team a hard-fought, last second victory. The ball sails left, clanking off the goal post. The heavy underdog South Alabama would escape with Continue reading →
I received a text from a friend the other night right after the Ohio State win. She notified me that this would be the first time in nearly a decade that an SEC team would not play for a national Continue reading →
I enrolled at the University of Florida in 1987. Since that time, I can recall the Gators losing three times to either Ole Miss or Mississippi State. There have obviously been more than just three Gator losses to those two Continue reading →
There’s not always a lot that can be told from the first weekend of college football. Most major programs schedule patsies as warm-ups for their season. But some winners and losers became very clear this Labor Day weekend.
I don’t know Charlie Weis. I’ve never met the guy and likely never will. All I know of Coach Weis is what I’ve seen on television or heard in interviews, but he seems like a nice enough guy. I’ve never Continue reading →
I’m a sports snob. I strongly believe there’s only a handful of truly great sports movies. It’s just too difficult for filmmakers to recreate the drama that takes place on the field. So when the Creative Loafers asked me to Continue reading →