I should be applauding Brian Cashman and the New York Yankees, today. (more…)
Sports and innovation have always gone together. There are a number of different ways the two have merged in a way that is mutually beneficial for businesses in every industry. (more…)
One part of sports that is often seen but rarely talked about is the photograph. We’ve seen countless images of sports figures and iconic moments that elicit some of our greatest memories. (more…)
Michael Felder is proof that if you want to do something bad enough, all it takes is good, old-fashioned hard work. After his playing days as a walk-on for the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill), “Mike” knew the regular 9-to-5 wasn’t for him. His passion for the game of football, particularly at the college level, is evident immediately when you talk to him. Hence why, after years of hard work, he’s now a college football video analyst for Bleacher Report. (more…)
Back in February after the Broncos defeated the Panthers in the Super Bowl there was controversy over the way the loss was handled, post-game, by Panthers star Quarterback Cam Newton. His responses were short, and his appearance even shorter after he exited the press conference prematurely. I didn’t see a problem with it, it was a tough loss and I don’t know what is expected as far as answers are concerned. (more…)
Sports Illustrated put out its first issue in 1954. Since then, to grace its cover has been an achievement to strive for among athletes. (more…)
You’re not untouchable. You’re note above reproach. Things can go badly in hurry if you allow them to. (more…)
I never quite understood the love affair with the sport of golf. I understood even less the love of The Masters tournament, and was one of the millions who convinced themselves that attending Augusta National and their Major wasn’t that big of a deal.
Well, I get it now; and I couldn’t have been more wrong. (more…)
Took a break from sports to discuss thoughts on last weeks presidential election with Southern Virginia University politics professor and Notre Dame alum Jeremiah John and Editor/Founder of the university’s first online news magazine The Accolade News John Feinauer. Give it a listen!