Monday, the Montana Grizzlies hosted their first live scrimmage, and the Bob Stitt spread offense returned just as clunky as ever.
After living through the newly crowned New England Patriots celebration and hangovers (in Gronk’s case especially) as champions, one might ask where the Super Bowl win stacks up in the incredible list of current champions’ performances in their respective championship games.
A few days removed from Presidents Day, I decided it would be appropriate to take a look back at some of the most iconic sports moments in recent presidential terms.
This week, I handed the blog over to Andrew Houghton, a former Kaiminite who is the most die-hard Leicester City fan I know. He has been there every step of the way, and now writes to you about the dream season.
I didn’t want to do this. I tried to ignore it, act like it didn’t matter. I didn’t want to become another person fawning over a fallen idol. But former Kaiminite (and the most devoted Leicester City fan I know, more on this in the future) Andrew Houghton texted me last night, and I had to d…
The following is a hypothetical letter that Ernie Els wrote to Jordan Spieth after his collapse on No. 12 during the final round of the Master’s. This is a very fake letter.
Are you sick of your friends constantly talking about brackets? Do they ramble on and on about which 12-seed could pull off an upset? Are they making jokes about players you don’t understand or references to previous versions of this thing they keep calling, “madness?”