That leaves only one solution for Johnny Football to get back into game shape, and for him to get valuable reps: That’s right folks, somebody in the Arena Football League should reach out to him and sign him for this season. Continue reading Things that need to happen: The Arena Football League should sign Johnny Football
Teams of two celebrities (thus the name of the show) would bowl a best-ball (you’ll see how it works in the video) game of bowling for bragging rights, while also winning prizes for member of the audience based on how high they score. Continue reading Classic Sports Video Breakdown: 1973 Celebrity Bowling featuring Michael Cole, Tige Andrews, Simon Oakland and Jan Murray
Needless to say, with dropping TV ratings for both college and NFL games, and participation in the game at the youth levels way down after countless researches saying that the game basically kills you, football is not as desirable or popular as it was in 2001 when the XFL, or any of these other leagues might have been a good idea. Continue reading Please, stop making new football leagues
It finally happened! A 16 beat a 1 in the (men’s) NCAA Basketball Tournament! From a $10,000 cash giveaway to free pizza-like substances everyone is getting in on the madness! And did you think your favorite hot-take boys would be exempt? No sir/ma’am! We’ve still got some takes after some time to reflect. QUESTION: Was the 16 beating the 1 something of a letdown because it was a … Continue reading Was the UMBC win better or worse because it was a blowout?
In indoor football, you see a bunch of weird plays that would not be possible in the outdoor game, simply because of the smaller field, and the closer proximity the players have to one another. Continue reading Indoor football team somehow gives up a safety while kicking off
Well if you want upsets, you may want to turn an eye to the NAIA Basketball Championship, going on as we speak in Kansas City, after the opening 16 games (they only have a 32-team tournament), The lower seed took home wins in eight of the games. Continue reading Not enough upsets in the NCAA Tournament? Try the NAIA Tournament!
But aside from the basketball, the main thing that everyone seemed to be talking about was how much they hated the camera view for the games that were in Boise. As soon as one of the channels went to a game that was in the Potato State and Taco Bell Arena, complaints started flying, with only one or two people, that I saw, saying they liked it. Continue reading Here’s why the NCAA Tournament camera view in Boise is so bad
One can’t help but wonder, if the TROOPS put together a team of all-stars (they’re all all-stars every year, but for this exercise we are only talking basketball) based on this season’s stats, could they make a deep run in the NCAA tournament? Continue reading Could The Troops make a deep run in the NCAA Tournament?
I say this every year and stand by it, but these games are bad, and are insanely unfair to half of the team who are forced to play in them each year. Continue reading Once again, the NCAA Tournament play-in games are trash and unfair
Unless you went to one of the 20 schools who was selected for the CollegeInsider.com postseason tournament, you probably had no idea that the CIT started yesterday with four play-in games, and let me tell you, the action was furious, the trophies aplenty, and had me thinking that this is the best postseason tournament out there. Continue reading The CIT is our nation’s most pure basketball tournament