Michigan State basketball coach Tom Izzo was interviewed by the hosts of “Pardon the Interruption” on Monday, March 30. What he said about his team’s Final Four berth was refreshingly honest, compared to what you might expect from the typical college coach.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN — An NCAA men’s basketball bracket was busted outside of a local nightclub last night, on charges of drunk and disorderly conduct. Harris Parsons, owner of the popular nightlife destination Converted Cornfield, spoke with reporters about the incident.
Earlier this year, David Berri shared his thoughts on why sports fans often disregard, or even lash out against, statistical insights into their favorite players’ performances. Numbers remove the mystery, he said. If a quick glance at some advanced metrics shows that LeBron James is a much more valuable basketball player than Carmelo Anthony, then there’s
If stadiums were honest about their food and drink choices, we’d see something like this.
Today, February 14th, the romantically attached celebrate Valentine’s Day. Bleh. Tell me one good thing about Valentine’s Day. Guess what? You can’t. It’s intellectually impossible. Bad things, however, abound:
The NFL season is over, and whether players won the Super Bowl or went 2-14, one thing unites them all: their bodies are in pain. Fortunately, we have medicine for that, but taking it isn’t as straightforward as you might think.
Yesterday, ESPN baseball writer Keith Law released his yearly rankings of all 30 MLB farm systems. The team at the top of the list was one we’ve all heard plenty about this offseason, and I think I did the Steve Spurrier lips thing when I read their name. Law confirmed what I’d feared for months: the Chicago Cubs
Dear Citizens, By now you should be aware that, earlier this week, ESPN NFL analyst and public-health menace Mel Kiper Jr. released his first 2015 Mock Draft. While the panic that has resulted from this nefarious act is well-founded, the CDC must remind you not to be afraid. The world has survived similar attacks every
Over the past eleven months, we’ve been telling you what we think about sports. But doing the same thing for nearly a year straight, without breaks, can get a little boring. Just ask professional tennis players! That’s why, just for today, we don’t want to talk to you about sports. Not exactly, anyway.
16-year MLB veteran and fan-favorite infielder John McDonald announced yesterday that he has retired from baseball at age 40. He broke the news in an unconventional fashion, and emergency rooms in the 11 cities where he played were soon overrun with grief-stricken, delirious baseball lovers.