The following piece has been written by featured contributor, John Ramey Let me first disclose I am no Pacman Jones fan. He is a defensive back for a team I care very little about in a league I like even less, especially after today’s action from NFL Commissioner, Roger “Benito” Goodell. Pacman Jones has been suspended…Read More
ESPN is an integral part of any serious sports fan’s life. When they begin to embrace and cover a sports, it all of a sudden becomes important. This is what has happened recently with NASCAR.
Not long ago it was announced that the Giants and Dolphins would play a regular season game in London. Over on my show at NBX I quipped Tickets will probably be going as fast as a Charlotte Sting sellout. Well, I do have to say, apologies are in order. Turns out I was completely wrong….Read More
Since the Super Bowl has grown to be the nuts of parties – incorporating all fields of the entertainment industry into one full week of festivities – I thought it would be interesting to explore the economic impact of the Spring Break out. Here are some great notes the Sports Business Professor, Rick Horrow, who…Read More
Sorry for being so late on this story – keeping up with the latest WNBA news doesn’t exactly top my daily list of things to do – but I feel it is worthy to share with you all. Just last week, the Houston Comets of the WNBA were sold to furniture dealer Hilton Koch. The…Read More
Sport-a-dox: [s’port^a~dox] A seemingly contradictory statement about a sporting event that may nonetheless be true: the Colts run-defense shut-down Grand Mama for the Chiefs An assertion that is essentially self-contradictory, though based on a valid deduction from acceptable premises: Eli MANNING sucks A statement contrary to received opinion. [Latin sportadoxum, from Greek paradoxon, from neuter…Read More