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Tag Archives: Football
Will High School Sports Exist in 2043?
Reading some cultural tea leaves of late has led me to wonder whether a pillar of American teenage life—high school athletics—will still exist 20 or 30 years from now. With participation levels among high school athletes higher than ever, that … Continue reading
Sunday Ticket for PS3 is Broken
Armed with a bowl of chili and two remotes, I sat down in front of my giant TV to enjoy NFL Sunday Ticket for the first time ever. Sunday Ticket was a luxury not afforded to me before now because … Continue reading
Posted in Commentary, Gaming, Sports, Television, Videos Tagged Commentary, Direct TV, Football, NFL, PS3, Sports, Sunday Ticket, Television, Videos 1 Comment
And . . . We’re Back (Part 2)
In Part 2 of this week’s podcast, Tom and Mike debate the merits of being a one-legged wrestler (guess which one of them takes the “having one leg is an advantage” position?), as well as discussing the future of boxing … Continue reading
Posted in Podcasts, Sports Tagged Amateur Wrestling, Anthony Robles, Boxing, Chik-fil-A, Concussions, Football, March Madness, NCAA, NCAA Tournament, NFL, Podcasts, Sports, University of Richmond, VCU, Weight Classes Leave a comment
Podcast Numero Dos
Tom and Mike (in studio!) talk a little football (but not much), the Grammys, and the website itself. Take a listen below:
Highfalutin’ Legalisms and the Super Bowl
If you watch any television at all this time of year, you’ll undoubtedly notice the awkward phrasing of certain commercials that euphemistically refer to the Super Bowl as “the Big Game” or “Football Sunday.” As a licensed practitioner of the … Continue reading
Posted in Commentary, Sports, Television Tagged Commercials, Documents of a Legal Nature, Football, Law, Legal Documents, NFL, Sports, Super Bowl, WWE 3 Comments
Slapdash Championship Previews
Just to clarify at the outset – this is not a preview for the World Slapdash Championships, although that would make for an entertaining event, were it non-fictional. No, instead, I’ll be covering the obvious. I’m used to writing football … Continue reading
Posted in Commentary, Sports Tagged Chicago Bears, Football, Green Bay Packers, New York Jets, NFL, Pittsburgh Steelers Leave a comment
Defending the Ryan Family Honor
Fullback Tony Richardson, in response to Wes Welker’s tongue-in-cheek, foot-related comments, after the Jets’ 28-21 victory over the Patriots: “That was personal. There was no reason to bring family into it. Rex (Ryan) has a son in 10th grade!” I … Continue reading
Posted in Commentary, Sports, Videos Tagged Football, NFL, Rex Ryan, Sports, Tony Richardson, Wes Welker 2 Comments
Trump’s Popularity: Real, or Wake-Up Call?
With another GOP debate imminent, poll leader Donald Trump will have several more opportunities to antagonize opponents, media members, and various segments of the public, as he has done repeatedly in recent months. Thus far, it hasn’t hurt him. At … Continue reading →