If you needed one more reason to think there are a “bunch of idiots” working over at ESPN, here it comes…
Everybody has a morning routine, and Russ Cassell was a big part of mine.
Each day, I wake up, flip on the radio and begin the task of getting ready for work.
Are they really going for two?”
That was the question everyone was asking last Thursday night at The Reservation as Riverside called a timeout with one play remaining in overtime.
I’ll never forget where I was when Derek Jeter hit that walk-off base hit to end his career in Yankee Stadium.
I was on the couch…asleep.
I think I’m dying.
Well, I know I’m dying… but I think I’m dying sooner than expected.
A few weeks into the season and my wife has yet to renounce football. All signs say she’s getting close, but the day has not yet come.
Thirteen years ago, our nation changed forever.
I owe you Gamecock fans an apology. It was my fault South Carolina performed so poorly last Thursday night in the season opener.
I feel bad.
High school football is not made for television.
If you haven’t taken a look at this year’s football section yet, stop reading this column and go do so. You will be glad you did, I promise.