Stay Patient, Stay Alive March 19th, 2005 @ 11:50 am PST
This month’s issue of Discover Magazine featured an article on The Math of . . . Changing Lanes. It was the usual drek on reasons why I shouldn’t drive like a maniac. It’s the sort of thing my mom would clip and mail to me with an “I told you so”-type note attached. Sneaking its […]
Gator Steelers March 19th, 2004 @ 8:12 am PST
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Most analysts have identified the Steelers needs in the upcoming NFL Draft as being at cornerback and offensive tackle, and everyone knows the team always is in the lookout for another pass-rusher to plug into its 3-4, and Coach Bill Cowher got a chance to see what might be available when he […]
Jesse the Bachelor March 18th, 2004 @ 9:24 pm PST
The fifth Bachelor edition will also follow the established gradual process of elimination, as Jesse narrows the field of women from twenty-five to fifteen on the season premiere, presenting each of his choices with a single red rose. Jesse then closes the gap to 10, six, four, three, two and, ultimately, the one woman who […]
Danny Happy March 12th, 2004 @ 5:36 pm PST
While the free agent stars of the NFL jet across the country, seeking mind-boggling contracts with multimillion-dollar signing bonuses, Danny Wuerffel goes to work each day in one of the worst neighborhoods in America. Wuerffel could not be happier about it.
Spurrier May Be Gone for Good March 2nd, 2004 @ 7:10 pm PST
Steve Spurrier has kept a low profile since his abrupt departure from the Washington Redskins, even ducking through airports in sunglasses and a hat. He’s not trying to hide anything. He’s just enjoying retirement after 20 seasons as a “head ball coach” in college and pro football. Spurrier says his new life so relaxing that […]
Vick December 2nd, 2002 @ 10:58 am PST
After watching highlights of several of his runs from yesterday afternoon, I’ve come to the conclusion that Michael Vick cannot possibly be human.
Bledsoe = Tough October 30th, 2002 @ 7:28 am PST
It took Drew Bledsoe exactly two games to have the best passing day in 43 years of Buffalo Bills history. Bledsoe threw for 463 yards, three touchdowns and no picks against Minnesota, a bigger single-game yardage total than any compiled by Bills Hall of Famer Jim Kelly or Pro Bowl QBs Jack Kemp, Joe Ferguson […]
Ike Hilliard October 30th, 2002 @ 7:04 am PST
New York Giants receiver Ike Hilliard will miss the rest of the season with a dislocated right shoulder suffered on a hit by All-Pro safety Brian Dawkins of the Philadelphia Eagles. An MRI on Tuesday disclosed a tear in both Hilliard’s labrum and pectoralis muscle. He will undergo surgery in about a month and will […]
Pro v. College October 14th, 2002 @ 10:51 am PST
I think the University of Miami set back its greatest-team-in-college-football-history pursuit a few notches Saturday with an extremely fortunate 28-27 win over Florida State, coming from 13 down to do it. I talked to a few people around the league in the past few days about the top barstool question in the land: Could the […]
Demolished September 23rd, 2002 @ 9:15 pm PST
Holy Crap! I can’t believe that Al and John didn’t mention the CRUSHING obliteration of a block Warren Sapp laid on Kurt Warner! Brooks intercepted a pass on the Rams next-to-last possession and while he was on his way into the end zone, Sapp just completely destroyed Kurt Warner! Did anyone else see that?!