Stop Saying the Super Bowl was Bad Football

When we look back on the 2018 season, I believe it will be characterized as one of the most entertaining years in league history. We had high-scoring shootout affairs, some of the league’s best parity in its history, some controversy and even *gasp*  the Cleveland Browns got in on the fun. While the officiating left…

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Championship Weekend: A Beginner’s Guide to Lacrosse

While lacrosse remains one of the fastest growing sports in the United States, it is still met by resistance from some people who perceive the sport to be “soft,” or inferior due to its lack of a professional league that is comparable to the NFL or NBA. The “Lacrosse Bro” stereotype also doesn’t do much…

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LaVar Ball Needs to Stay in His Lane

I have spent most of the last six months being a silent spectator to LaVar Ball and his show-stealing antics but, on the heels of his latest stunt, I felt compelled to write a piece on the polarizing figure that is Ball and how I, as a high school and travel coach feel about his…

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Who Should Dallas Start at QB When Tony Romo Returns?

No season of the weekly soap opera that is the NFL would be complete without the media-driven illusion of the “quarterback controversy.” Truth be told, in football, if you’re a head coach worth your salt, there is no such thing as a controversy when evaluating talent, as controversy is a matter of opinion and talent…

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