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Jadeveon Clowney should be in Madden ’14

By | Feb 14, 2013

You’ve seen the hit (if you haven’t, watch). So, that dude is a year younger, a foot taller and 100 pounds heavier than me. Can you even imagine bumping into him in the halls? Probably feels like you’re casually getting run over by a house. An absolute mammoth human being. Would go number one in…

The Extra Point is back with a Super Bowl prediction

By | Feb 1, 2013

Haven’t blogged in a while and, honestly, I’ve missed this venting space. Tons of things happened in the sporting world while I was gone. People realized cycling is synonymous with drugs; people realized it’s hard to date a significant other if you’ve never met; and people realized that maybe they need to start looking at…

Fireman Ed is what’s wrong with sports media

By | Nov 28, 2012

We are all wasting time on Fireman Ed.

Between The Lines: The biggest sports turkeys of 2012

By | Nov 27, 2012

With finals and paper deadlines looming, columnist Nathan Bickell spreads a last bit of Thanksgiving cheer by handing out his biggest sports turkeys of 2012.

Over/Under: 50 years until professional football is extinct

By | Nov 26, 2012

If you never visually saw football, would you like it? And, will football be around forever?

Between The Lines: Why I no longer root for the Washington Redskins

By | Nov 7, 2012

Columnist Nathan Bickell is fed up with the way Redskins owner Daniel Snyder is running his favorite NFL football team. He says it’s time to switch teams and don the Baltimore Ravens’ purple and black.

Between The Lines: Is the NFL preseason really worth it?

By | Sep 6, 2012

Columnist Nathan Bickell argues that the injury risks posed by NFL’s preseason games might not be worth the potential financial gains.

Cruel hitting scars league

By | Mar 8, 2012

When news broke last week that St. Louis Rams defensive coordinator Gregg Williams had paid players to injure specific opposing players during his years with the New Orleans Saints and Washington Redskins, I can’t say I was surprised.

Ah well

By | Nov 26, 2011

I have a confession to make: I missed Thanksgiving football this year. It’s not like I wasn’t looking forward to Green Bay-Detroit because I was. It’s not like I don’t have relatives just as into football as I am either because I most certainly do. It’s just that it was really kind of nice out…

Bye Bye Now

By | Oct 25, 2011

When you think about it, the idea of the bye week in football is pretty unique within sports. Oh sure hockey, basketball and baseball teams all have their days off. But that’s just it, they’re “days off.” No big deal is made about days off in sports because in a sport where teams frequently every…

When Lions Win

By | Oct 13, 2011

Every Thanksgiving, millions of American sports fans, myself included, as well as at least a couple hundred thousand bored Americans with nothing else to do besides interact with relatives plunk themselves down on the couch and watch the Dallas Cowboys , the Detroit Lions and whoever those two teams are playing that particular Thursday. The…

Farewell Al Davis

By | Oct 11, 2011

Of all the sports owners who’ve passed away since I became a sports fan, very few have garnered as much attention as Al Davis’ death last Saturday, October 8, 2011 at the age of 82. Really, the only other time I can remember people paying this much attention to an owner dying was when George…