Monday Open Thread

The amazing hole in one from The Master’s

Due Process, what a concept

As if I didn’t loathe the media’s disgusting predilection for steering rush-to-judgement false narratives already, but ESPN’s latest 30 for 30, “Fantastic Lies,” about the Duke lacrosse team, solidified it even more last night.

Scary enough analogies to the Penn State and Jerry Sandusky events as the doc unfolded, but what interviewee Jay Bilas says […]

Monday Open Thread

Denver lineback and Super Bowl 50 MVP Von Miller strip sacked Panthers QB Cam Newton. The fumble was recovered for a touchdown. Broncos win 24–10 and Miller and the Broncos defense had a great game.

Super Sunday Open Thread

A still from John Frankenheimer’s Black Sunday

Super Sunday Gospel

Just 20 More Days!

ESPN is tackling (Get it? Tackling!) the ’85 Bears in their next 30 for 30 documentary; premiering 9PM, ET, January 28th. You know Porvaznik will have to break his anti-ESPN vow for this one!

R.I.P. — Meadowlark Lemon

Former Harlem Globetrotter Meadowlark Lemon has died at age 83.

Tuesday Open Thread

This is Navy’s hand-painted helmet they will wear in 2 weeks for the Army-Navy game

Monday Open Thread

Tony Romo #9 of the Dallas Cowboys (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Ladies and gentlemen and Rufus — your NFL’s Most Valuable Player

The 400



(originally posted in spring, 2012?)

Track consists of two main distinctions; sprints and distance. Sometimes folks lump the 800 and 1500 (and a few others) into a “middle distance” category, but a runner’s form in those events is akin to the other distance events.

I love to sprint. I love […]