In this episode we talk about the clutch victory against Dallas, Tim Tebow, Drew Bledsoe, the Buck/Aikman duo, Monday Night Football, Flozell Adams and more.
Everybody's pick to win it all, Florida, lost to Alabama, exposing Florida for what it is:a good to mediocre team at best. The same can be said for the entire SEC, the most overrated and over-hyped conference in the nation.
Tim Tebow underwent a CT scan of his brain and was hospitalized overnight for observation. That's the easy part. The difficult question to answer is: When is it safe to allow Tebow to return?
The snake's gigantic dimensions are a sign that temperatures along the equator were once much warmer than they are now.
The Greek classics are no longer simply food for ivory tower intellectuals, but are entering the mainstream of society and politics, as food for thought, as the tools for living "an examined life."
I know, I know: dismissing Sarah Palin and all her baggage seems like a -- excuse-the-expression -- no-brainer. But if you think dubious distinctio...
The SDS members at the University of Florida are on a hunger strike to demand that the school implement a socially responsible investing policy to govern its 1.2 billion dollar endowment.
If the Obama campaign is a cult, it is a cult that includes a remarkable number of notably ungullible, non-follower-type people.
The sports world remembers Red Barber as the voice of the Reds, then the Dodgers and then the Yankees. I remember him as a friend, a mentor, and something more.
Here's a look at some of the contestants who popped out and look really strong for the final 12, as well as a few puzzles.
A satisfying edition of Idol, with the usual mix -- just the thing for people trying not to overdose on ten hours of election coverage.
After watching the pathetic 21-year-old student have his free speech rights tazered out of existence, I couldn't help but think the slogan, "Don't Taze Me Bro," is fitting. Baby-boomer parents have totally failed them.
When I wrote last week about the tasering of a student, I criticized Kerry's behavior during the incident. The post drew some strong reactions and I want to follow up.
When people start to be hurt by the state for speaking out, dissent closes quickly and the shock chills opposition very, very fast.
Campus police and administrators can remove audience members who refuse to abide by reasonable rules, like time limitations on questions. But the problem here is obvious.
In the shadow of Virginia Tech, it is likely much more difficult on a college campus to make the difficult distinction between threatening actions and angry, but safe expression.