Sergio Garcia conceded a long par putt to Rickie Fowler on the 7th hole of their head-to-head golf match Friday. It resulted in their halving a hole Garcia was better positioned to win. Was the move honorable or just foolish?
After the suspension of Marcus Smart, as well as, the apologies from Smart and Jeff Orr, what should we take away from the player/fan shoving incident?
You find out a lot about people when they go through adversity. Here's a look at what Peyton Manning may have learned from his dad about accountability and respect.
Original Post: Monday, April 22, 2013
A week after the horrifying events in Boston that shook us to the core, we are left wondering why two brothers would decide to so callously maim and kill a group of strangers with […]
Original Post: December 27, 2012
Will Craig Biggio be elected to the Baseball Hall-of-Fame is his first year on the ballot?
The eligible voters from the Baseball Writers Association of America have until December 31st to return their ballots.
The Hall-of-Fame Class of […]
Original Post: November 11, 2012
When you hear the name Lane Kiffin, what’s the mental picture that you see?
Is it of the coach whose USC football team still has a chance to win the PAC-12 title after overcoming five turnovers to […]
The NFL didn’t win popularity contests with this call. Certainly not with the players, who are expressing disbelief with the year-long banishment of Jonathan Vilma.
Many fans also view the punishment as too severe.
But were the penalties for the players the […]
Why is there a problem seeing the line that separates violence built into football, and violence that is not?
Ask a retired athlete what he or she misses after leaving the game and, chances are, you’ll hear it’s not the “winning”but the “competing” that is being missed the most. […]
The aftermath of the 100-0 girls’ high school basketball game played earlier this month in Texas has taken a predictable course, with reactions of anger and disgust on one side, defiance and cries of political correctness on the other. […]
You would think the fence between the bleachers and the field would be enough. But often, it turns out to be too small, too weak for the force pushing it from one side. Even a wall and a moat might […]
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Two stories this week about sportsmanship…one regrettable, the other uplifting.
The disappointing story unfolded in the Little League baseball tournament when a 12-year-old, before stepping into the batter’s box, made like Babe […]