The Weekend: A Prequel

It’s been an interesting week in the sports world. The boxing match we’ve eagerly awaited, Manny Pacquiao vs. Floyd Mayweather Jr., finally looks set. The return of “The Answer” is no longer in question. And […]

Week 9: When Fungus is Acceptable

Hiding in Plain Sight Last week Derek Fisher of the Los Angeles Lakers played 34 minutes and recorded 0 points, 0 rebounds, and 0 assists. He managed two steals and two personal fouls and without […]

NFL Week 8: 10-Favre

Usain Bolt adopted a cheetah named Lightning Bolt. Stephen Colbert and Colbert Nation are sponsoring the U.S. speedskating team in the Vancouver Olympics. A golfer tested positive for performance enhancing drugs. Manu Ginobili pulled a […]

Big Weekend

Big weekend in sports coming up. NLCS, ALCS, NFL, College Football, BCS implications, Rivalries, Cross-town Rival High School Games (somewhere probably), tailgating, etc. Lot of action. Lot. Of. Action. The NLCS kicked off last night […]

NFL Week 5: Feast or Famine

It was a feast or famine week in the NFL for most teams in Week 5. Some teams looked great in victory, some looked ugly in victory and some looked truly disastrous in defeat. I […]

In a Quarterback’s League, Do You Know Who’s Taking Your Snaps?

Here’s a post from one of our new copywriters. I’ve been promoted to President of Overseas Operations or (POO) as I now force my underlings to refer to me. This is Brent Widmark, and he’ll […]