"I've already heard from people at ESPN who've gotten their hands on excerpts or in one case the whole book, and they were pleased, because they said it was an honest account, warts and all."
The need for the "big story" may be one of the reasons our discourse has degraded, why there's so much anger and vitriol. If our politicians aren't being extreme, pundits will do it for them.
In today's bizarro world, too many of the privileged -- sensitive to the slightest slights -- believe that they should never have to feel anything but pride and self-satisfaction about their station in life.
A college basketball war of words saw another day when Grant Hill responded yesterday in an op-ed to Jalen Rose's comments referring to Hill as an "Uncle Tom."
For some athletes, food is about fuel, not fine dining. For others the intersection of sport and cuisine goes farthe...
Should Derrick Rose be the NBA's MVP this year? Not surprisingly, the local media in Chicago thinks so. At the risk of making his fans angry, though, I am going to suggest otherwise.
Recently, while taking notes in class, I peered forward and saw the student in front of me playing a game on his MacBook. But something about this game was particularly peculiar.
Sloan may have been a one-trick pony, but that pony ran longer and harder than everyone else. Must have been one hell of a ride.
In Egypt, American journalists, particularly the television ones, are learning the difference between covering a controlled war, being embedded with friendly troops, and covering a fluid, live, dangerous situation.
I'd like to make a call to modern young women, myself included. Let's live more like the X Games athletes! Let's inspire others with our fearlessness.
In a friendly private game of flag football, both teams used strips of toilet paper as flags and toilet bowls were integrated into the trophies.
I have to preface this by saying I've never been a fan of Keith Olbermann. But then I've never been a fan of any particular commentator. I've always...
Regardless of what happens this weekend against the Packers, Cutler has proven himself to be a playoff-caliber quarterback. And that's something Chicago has been dreaming of for a long, long time.
Collegiate athletes lay it on the line for the name on the front of the jersey rather than the one on the back. Perhaps the time has come for the athletes to worry more about themselves.
The Ones Who Hit The Hardest by Chad Millman is a good look back at the Steelers, the Cowboys and what shaped the NFL in the decades past.