I’m not sure what’s going on with old people these days but there must be something in the nursing home cafeteria food that’s making them cranky. First we had Oscar Robertson belittling Steph Curry’s MVP season by criticizing the modern Continue reading They said what? Volume 10: Dan Shaughnessy’s Twitter account and the UConn women’s basketball team
Geno Auriemma has never been one to keep his opinions to himself. The current coaching king of women’s college basketball recently called the men’s game “a joke.” He claimed the game is behind the times and lacks any consistent offense Continue reading Old school, new school and the differing schools of thought on the state of college basketball
We un-crumple the brackets we tossed to the floor in disgust only a day into the tournament. We look at them again, hoping, begging for a chance. There’s not one. We wonder how things could have gone so horribly wrong. Continue reading The “What We Should Have Done” Approach to March Madness
Any basketball team that suits up for Billy Donovan will have to live in the shadow of the Noah, Horford and Brewer-led team that won back-to-back championships only a few seasons ago. It’s like having that athletic, bigger brother that Continue reading And so it is… a bittersweet ending to an historical season
I had so much fun with this project last year that I figured I’d duplicate the effort for 2011. Besides, it gives my newer readers a look back at 365 days of my ranting and raving.
“I see you drivin’ ‘round town with the girl I love, and I’m like….” -Cee Lo Green
Picture if you will… One NFL team becomes the first in league history to qualify for the post-season after losing more games than it won. Three thousand miles away, a college team receives a BCS bowl bid worth tens of Continue reading UConn, the Seattle Seahawks and the inequities of college and professional football
It’s not every day that the greatest team in the history of sports makes a trip into your backyard, but as a fan, when they do, you better take advantage. So I did.