As a new football season gets underway this Friday, it’s time to take a closer look at a few teams we’ll be following over the course of the next 10 weeks.
I’ve finally found a sport that is completely tailored to my athletic abilities.
No, it’s not baskeball, football, hockey or wrestling--although I would love to be good at any one of those sports.
I’m talking about is Spikeball.
After the first official week of high school football practice, I can’t help but be overcome with nostalgia.
I remember my first practice like it was yesterday.
Oh, Panama City, Florida.
What better way to rejuvenate your excitement for life than a week on the Gulf Coast?
That’s where I was last week at this time: sitting on my lawn chair pondering life’s tough questions…
How many rounds of putt putt can I squeeze in this week?
Where are we going to eat tonight?
Last week the world was graced with a few, high-resolution “photos” of Pluto, courtesy of NASA. We may not have hovercrafts, jetpacks or floating skateboards like Marty McFly, but by golly we’ve got pictures of one of the most mysterious places in the universe.
On Monday night, Major League Baseball got me to do something I didn’t think was possible anymore.
I actually watched the Home Run Derby.
Like the rest of baseball, this event peaked in the 1990s.
Is it possible to win a championship before the season even starts?
If so, that’s what the Spurs just did.
In case you’ve somehow missed it, San Antonio is having one of the greatest NBA offseasons in recent memory.
You haven’t lived until you’ve spent four days camping in the pouring rain at a Christian music festival.
I’m just kidding.
Your life is perfectly fine without such a scenario.
In case you’ve somehow missed it, South Carolina has just learned it has a Confederate flag on display in Columbia.
You don’t know how competitive you truly are until you’ve participated in a church kickball game.
Over the weekend, I may have learned some things about myself that I’m not particularly proud of (and not particularly ashamed of, either).