Houston was able to find a stadium sponsor to replace Enron. A city as big as New York should be able to find a sponsor for the Mets' field that is not funded by the American taxpayers.
The draft is the biggest redistributive element of the NFL. In that sense, thirty-two fan bases have something to get excited about every April when the NFL convenes for its annual dog and pony show
The Eagles will probably lose all the games, since if the past 11 preseasons have told us anything, it's the Big Red doesn't give a damn about winning preseason games.
Can an institute of higher learning like MIT find a way to create that Davos-like event for the sports industry on a global basis?
In this episode, in addition to some G-Men talk, we address the recently concluded 2010 Winter Olympics, Saved By the Bell, and our ongoing social commentary on TV commercials.
Has anyone considered that there could be a simple explanation of why Evan Bayh decided not to seek reelection? Could it be that the partisanship he really objected was in sports, rather than politics?
The Saints are the winners, no doubt about that. However, there are some who have to be feeling sick about the result, mostly due to their own mistakes coming back to bite them by the hand of Drew Brees and the loveable Saints.
How gutsy was that onside kick coming out of halftime? The balls on Sean Payton are undoubtedly made of some undiscovered substance stronger than even our strongest alloys.
If the Saints can overcome their history to win a Super Bowl, any team can in the NFL. That's the beauty of the league. It's unlike baseball, where the have-nots will probably remain have-nothings.
1. The best Super Bowl. Ever. Notice how I refrained from using the word "greatest"? That's because it's not only a conveniently overused word when it...
You never remember coaches' moves in Super Bowls. You won't forget this one. Sean Payton with a successful onside kick to start the second half. And the Saints went marching in.
If it takes a Super Bowl win to help lift New Orleans' spirit, then that was a good enough reason to root for the team, as President Obama did.
Jim Caldwell was over his head in this game. The Caldwell story is a nice one but the reality is that Peyton Manning was the reason that this team almost went undefeated -- Caldwell was merely a caretaker.
Here is one winning playlist for the New Orleans Saints who showed guts and grace as they triumphed over the Colts.
Today, gamble for a good cause. Follow the simple steps herein and your party-goers will be as enthralled from kickoff to the final whistle as an Indy or NOLA local.
In this Super Bowl XLIV preview, we discuss our plans for the game and, ultimately, call who we like and why. And ironically, we spend more discussing the G-Men.