I just completed my first bracket, and holy shit. It starts with the utmost confidence. The first team you see is Duke vs. BumFuck U/Jagaloon State. You click “Duke” and you’re rollin’ It’s like a test you barely studied for, nail the first question, and start thinking, “I can do this.” Then you turn the page to question 2 and you see 8 VCU and … Continue reading I Forgot How Much Of An Emotional Roller Coaster Brackets Are
First they traded Eli Apple, and I said nothing. Then they traded Damon Harrison, and I said nothing. Then they let Landon Collins walk, and I said nothing. Then they traded Odell Beckham Jr. and I realized there was no one left to stand for me. Except Eli, until he falls down at the first sign of pressure. I say this, not because it’s true, … Continue reading Breaking Down A Giants Fan’s Mental Breakdown
Discussing the possibility the University of Alabama football team defeating an NFL team is one of the all time debates. It’s up there with veganism vs. meat eating, the moon landing, and, of course, the role of government supporting innovation in the field of biotechnology. But we all know how that last one turned out. With ‘Bama vs. the NFL, cooler heads will prevail, more … Continue reading Can Alabama Beat The Washington Redskins
And its not the XFL… Listen, we, as a society, need to stop this. We need to stop wanting to see Johnny Manziel on a football field. And please know, I’m part of the problem. I watched that one CFL game ESPN aired where he threw 4 picks in the first half. Any time you tell me Johnny Football is going to be involved, I’m … Continue reading There’s Only One Place That Johnny Manziel Can Go Now
To call me a fringe NBA fan would be generous. Despite my birth certificate saying I’m 27, anyone who’s ever watched a game with me would assume I’m 30 years older for how many missed travel calls I scoff at. You’d think I saw “Pistol” Pete Maravich in his LSU days based on every fancy pass receiving a “who does this guy think he is?” … Continue reading We Will Look Back In History And Say D’Angelo Russell Saved The NBA
NASCAR drivers grew up in garages and usually spent their free time as kids working on their own go karts and late model cars. They have innate knowledge about the inner workings of vehicle, which is imperative to relay information to their teams in order to make the car go faster. If they don’t know what is going on under the hood, they will not … Continue reading Guest Blog: How Soft Are NASCAR Drivers?
I can’t imagine something this important going untelevised since the first time the NBA used captains to draft teams. Such an unbelievably missed opportunity for everyone still trying to get over the loss of the NFL season and the AAF, as a whole, in the same calendar month. Now there’s three ways to go about looking at this meeting. One is believing that this was … Continue reading The AB, Rooney Meeting Was Probably The “Must-Watch” Sporting Event Of The Year