Greg Kendoll takes on the issue of youth vs. experience in pro football as he makes his picks for the NFL Playoffs’ Divisional Round.
Oregon’s win over #3 Arizona serves as a little reminder of why I’m a sports photographer.
The BCS finale, me eating crow, and a quick look at the NFL playoffs in this edition of The Weekend Wrapup.
My hypothetical-laden take on Chip Kelly, and Oregon’s, future after their win in the Fiesta Bowl.
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I mentioned in my christmas letter that the MLS regular season should be revamped to fit in with club soccer everywhere else in the world. Apparently I’m not the only one who thinks so.
I’m ringing in the year with Tony Romo’s career defining moment, coaching tomfoolery, and the “Hockey Cliff” in this inaugural edition of The Weekend Wrapup.
In the realm of simply cool, this is a tradition for Taylor University, an NAIA school in Indiana.
My two favorite NBA teams are squaring off tonight? What ever will they, or I, do?
The ouster of Brooklyn Nets coach Avery Johnson is a symptom of a larger issue in the NBA: owners creating mismatches between players and superstars, then blaming the coaches when things don’t work.