The NFL has mishandled the Ray Rice affair. One of their largest sponsors pointed that out to them yesterday.
Do you think this is all new? Do you believe the troubles in the sports world are unique to our era? This week the NFL Players Association is expected to approve HGH testing, the latest step in combating a drug issue that certainly is not unique to football, as baseball will forever be tainted by it’s “Steroid Era”.
Sean McDonough is the best play-by-play man in America. A veteran of several networks, McDonough, currently in the employ of ESPN, has called some of the biggest events in the world of sports, from the World Series to the major college football bowl games. He’s known for honest description that tell it like it is, never calling attention to himself with prefabricated “signature” calls.
An old friend from high school who went to work for our home town police department once told me a story from his days on cruiser patrol. A car screeched out of a supermarket parking lot, through on coming traffic from both directions and tore down the street.
Anton Goff is only 45 years old, but already the former Bowling Green wide receiver out of Pittsburgh has nearly two decades of administrative experience at various levels of college athletics, from major schools in major conferences to mid majors to division II.
An interesting dynamic exists between the sports media and the, often, spoiled and overpaid superstar anti role models they cover. Nowhere is the messenger more vulnerable than in the sports world.
The first question that should be posed to Baltimore Ravens and National Football League officials is what they thought happened in an elevator from which two people emerged, one of them unconscious, being dragged by the other.
Who are those guys? Who are the guys leading the PGA Tour Fed Ex Cup point standings going to the Tour Championship in Atlanta?
The last remaining member of the media corp that covered the original opening in 1975, I yesterday had the pleasure of touring the XL Center to observe first hand the progress of the renovations and get a feel of what patrons will be most impacted by on their first visit.
One of the great stories in American Davis Cup history was written at the Hartford Civic Center in July of 1987 when John McEnroe and Boris Becker engaged in a grueling, five set, two tiebreak, singles match that lasted nearly seven hours, Becker winning the match to give Germany a 2-0 lead.