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For a number of reasons, I'm a football guy.
There will soon be an election upon us. The results of this balloting will reflect how we, as a nation, value our morality. The results will reverberate well into the future.
I think the world of sports suffers from seasonal affective disorder.
It's not too difficult to find jocks behaving badly.
I don't consider myself to be a couch potato. Yet I became one at the most opportune of times.
New Orleans is noted for many great things: music, Mardi Gras, beignets and po' boys among many others.
I love Kentucky basketball. In fact, there's nothing I'd like to seem more than the 'Cats cutting down the net following their NCAA final win on Monday night.
You hear a lot of talk about how sports have been diluted.
Picture this. You're enjoying a nice meal at home when your wife tells you: "I got an offer from Joe Schmedlap to run off with him. He's got to work out the details. If he does, I'm out of here. If not, I'm happy to stay with you, Puddin'.
I thought I'd heard the last of Tim Tebow. At least until next fall.
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