Old-timers like me remember the huge to-do when Billie Jean King beat Bobby Riggs. What they--and I--might not have known is that the match was probably fixed.
"The NFL made a rule change aimed at safety and the Patriots are already using it to their advantage"
He reminds me of the line used about Bill Gates: "He has five brains and each one of them is smarter than yours."
Notre Dame declined to give their side, but if Weis's story of how they treated his son is correct, Notre Dame should be deeply ashamed.
As Muhammad Ali exclaimed, "Rumble, young man, rumble!"
Maybe. When I see Belichick and Saban doing it, I'll believe it more.
Is John Elway a little crazy or just a big winner? Or maybe both?
Includes the cool story of how important to the author knowing the words to "Hail to the Victors" in Mozambique was.
"Core" as in the Core Four of the Yankees. They sure were fun to watch.
"The implosion of the daily fantasy industry is a bro-classic tale of hubris, recklessness, political naïveté and a kill-or-be-killed culture."
It seems to me it was mainly hubris. Hubris is usually a killer.
A Guardian columnist predicts it won't be long until NFL coaches and players illustrate, yet again, a fundamental principle of economics.
If only there was a way to give players a break, keep them healthy and have them rolling in mid-season form for the playoffs. Perhaps we’ve accidentally hit upon the one area in which Roger Goodell can be useful after all.