"Looms" has a double meaning. Dean may have meant well, and the process may have gotten out of control, far beyond want he wanted, but it began on his watch.
Steve Serby, New York Post, January 29, "Broncos missile can recreate Tom Brady’s hell for Cam Newton":
Miller was on the other end of the phone Friday when I informed him I am picking him to be MVP of Super Bowl 50. . . . Miller won’t be quarterbacking. He’ll be trying to use Panthers right tackle Mike Remmers as a windmill.
The Super Bowl is later today. To get ready, here's a review of what in some years is the best part of the game: the commercials.
Bonus: Some highlights of a really excellent campaign, "ETRADE Top 5 Baby Commercials".
My wife says that Goodell sounds like the Obama Administration.
Even though this is in the cranky-old-man-yells-get-off-my-lawn vein, I totally support it.
On the first play of the college football national championship game Monday night, a Clemson sophomore cornerback named Mackensie Alexander made a nice open-field tackle on Alabama wideout Calvin Ridley. Alexander celebrated the takedown by standing over Ridley for several seconds and yelling at him.
The first play of the game.
Just stop it.
Proof that The Great One really was great.
He will talk, at length, but you have got ask the right questions.
Story by the excellent Joe Posnanski--current holder of the Frank Deford and Gary Smith chair of "Best Sportswriter I'm reading"--about the Carolina Panthers' coach.
Also about the Panthers: this cute story about how much they love Waffle House.
One of the reasons I'll be pulling for the Tide tomorrow night.