Feb
12
2015

I viewed a documentary recently that graphically painted the sad picture that many know, but find it easy to push aside and ignore. The subject was about the professional athlete and the enormous monetary contracts they are receiving today and especially the loss of it after retirement. The tragedy and sadness is not that these […]

Jan
28
2015

It is Super Bowl media hype week and the hype seems very hypie indeed. We have a new national tragedy, you see – Deflate-Gate. The media has flipped its ever-lovin’ lid over how many PSI were in the footballs used by New England during the AFC Championship Game. I mean, “Come on man,” as they […]

Jan
6
2015

I just couldn’t let the college football bowl season slip past without weighing in. That is, if I can regain my senses from football overload mania. This is craziness! We have the two teams now that will play for the national championship, but in the interim, there were six more bowl games that had to […]

Sep
2
2014

As we enter the much anticipated football season, we turn our attention to a hotly debated subject – Namely, Who started the Gatorade Bath/Shower tradition? This is when at the end of a football game players creep up behind their victorious coach with a large cooler of ice and Gatorade and douse their unsuspecting leader. […]

Apr
15
2014

Baseball has long been known as America’s National Pastime. Not necessarily an American invention, but certainly an American experiment or even evolution. Abner Doubleday is usually credited with the invention of the game, but it actually seems to have developed from “Rounders”, a game still played in England today. Controversy abounds to this day as […]