Monthly Archives: February 2010

So Long, Vancouver

The Olympics lived up to and exceeded my expectations, especially hockey. Sadly, it’s time to say goodbye. Before we do, let’s recap the last day-and-a-half of bobsledding and hockey.


Oh-No! Olympic Update II

The Olympics are quickly coming to a close. Before we enter the stretch leg, let’s recap the most noteworthy events of the past few days. Most importantly, did Apolo Anton […]


“I Am Not A Role Model”

I sat on the sidelines for months, avoiding the Tiger Woods scandal altogether. Three months after Woods’ SUV tattooed an innocent fire hydrant, I weigh in. (The quote in the […]


Olympic Update

The Olympics are in full swing and I’m completely enthralled. We’re not quite halfway through, yet there is plenty to discuss. If you haven’t been watching, there’s still time to […]


A Guide to Picking Your Favorite Players.

Athletes need us more than we need them (I may be an exception). Make sure you demand the most from your favorite players.


2010 Winter Olympics

The Olympics are back. Two weeks of uninterrupted athletic competition are especially welcomed during the doldrums of February.


A Super Apology

After gushing over Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts in my Super Bowl preview, there was only one way for me to recap tonight’s Super Bowl: An apology letter to […]


Super Bowl XLIV

Super Bowl Extra Large Intravenous Therapy (XLIV, or 44 for those that don’t speak Roman Numerals) will kick off in just a few days. Here’s a super-duper breakdown of the […]


Enough Already!

Excessive celebrating is out of control in professional football (and college too). I took it upon myself to develop a solution. If accepted, this solution would discourage unnecessary celebrations, increase […]


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