The latest twist in personal seat licenses -- in Boston, at Jerry Remy's Sports Bar & Grill near Fenway Park, $500 guarantees you a "season ticket" for Red Sox games. You pay to watch the games on TV.
Should we as African-Americans be more upset at the racist stereotypes being "celebrated" at a college frat party or at the behavior of those like Antonio Cromartie which feed into them?
Tiger Woods' caddy, Steve Williams, says he didn't know anything about Woods' affairs. Presumably Williams said it with a straight face.
Okay, I'm a native New Yorker. Yes, I think New York is the capital of the universe. No, I don't think we need to host the Super Bowl in 2014.
The Harlem Globetrotters played their first ever game on ice yesterday in Central Park. The Washington Generals still lost, 32-15. Wonder how the Generals would do against the Nets?
In this episode, we discuss Paul Shirley's insensitive remarks relating to Haiti, Tim Tebow's controversial Super Bowl ad, and Greg Oden's embarrassing (or impressive?) photos on the internet.
Another loss for the Cubbies. Andre Dawson will enter the Baseball Hall of Fame as a Montreal Expo, not a Chicago Cub, which is what he preferred.
Conference Championships, Sunday, January 24, 2010 In attendance: Chef Spouse, Shoegal, Chef Shorty (who was here to learn about football for his cub...
With the Vikings losing, we are immediately subjected to speculation over the future of Brett Favre. Will his career end with that costly interception?
In this episode, we discuss the virtuosity of Darrelle Revis, the surprising and timely adequacy of The Sanchise, the choke-job by Nate Kaeding, and the questionable decisions made by Norv Turner.
NASCAR, in an effort to bring back the sizzle, is relaxing its rules. NASCAR president Mike Helton said, "If you ain't rubbing, you ain't racing." Words to live by.
With stray bounces, fortuitous weather or off-games by opponents, Lady Luck is the dominant player in the NFL post-season. No team in recent memory has had more good fortune than the Jets.
Favre's achievements on the field alone are impressive, but when you add the personal challenges he has overcome along the way, he puts new meaning into the description: 'Iron Man of the NFL.'
The Colts are 7 1/2 point favorites over the Jets. They were 18 point favorites over the Jets in Super Bowl III.
The Jets were the only road team to win this weekend. Improbably, they are just one win away from Super Bowl XLIV. Plenty of subplots.
The Jets have a lot to prove. They want to show the football world that they can beat the Colts with their starters playing the entire game.