Obviously I read Sports Illustrated. Obviously Sports Illustrated bears a load of significance in the sports world. Obviously what appears on the cover of Sports Illustrated is a reflection of the particular time in sports. Obviously I am upset over what was on the cover of this week’s issue. Obviously it was a conscious decision…Read More
Policing the Media
Just this morning in my story about Gilbert Arenas making the game-winning shot to beat Seattle last night, I made mention of Skip Bayless’ disparaging remarks about Gilbert. To recap, after making the game-winning shot, Gilbert took off his jersey in the middle of the court and laid it down expecting fans to come running…Read More
ESPN’s choice of interviews following CBS’s selection show on Sunday was quite interesting. While CBS had television feeds piped into teams celebrating because they had just been selected to play in the big dance, ESPN took the counter-view. One by one they filed in for interviews. Head coaches for three of the eight teams appearing…Read More
UCLA coach Ben Howland responds to all the emotional storylines involved in UCLA’s pathway to winning the NCAA tournament
Larry debunks the myth that certain teams “need” to take certain players in the NFL draft.
NFL Network’s coverage of the scouting combines has left me shaking my head.
The media has created a victim role for Marty Schottenheimer since his firing by the San Diego Chargers. That is incorrect as Marty’s own actions led to his firing.
If you remember a few days ago I wrote about a story in which an audio clip of Nick Saban using the term “coonass” became public. To recap, Miami Herald writer Jeff Darlington emailed an off the record comment from Nick Saban to a sports show host in Miami who wound up playing it on…Read More