Sometime in 2015, while looking at the ESPN website on my phone, I saw an article that highlighted the surging Houston Astros. This was surprising to me. I wondered to myself; “Wait, are the Astros good now?” I hadn’t paid much attention to them in prior years. I just knew they were losing a lot. [...]
Baylor University wisely and fortunately extended the contract of head football coach Matt Rhule. After a couple of brief flirtations with NFL opportunities, I'm relieved to know that Rhule will remain in Waco for several years to come. Baylor really needed this.
Our A- Astros lost to the A+ Red Sox in the 2018 ALCS. There's certainly no shame in losing to a better team, but it's still disappointing. But the pain of this loss is what will fuel the Astros' success for years to come.
It's time to reconsider the way wins, losses and saves are determined in baseball. In this post, I suggest a drastic overhaul of major pitching stats so they will fairly and more-accurately reflect what happened in the game. These changes are long overdue.
As rowdy as the fans get in Boston, there's no chance they would've embarrassed their city if the Patriots had won. But as for Philadelphia...win or lose, destruction is what they do. Even their wins feel like losses.
Coach Matt Rhule apparently expects Baylor fans to "trust the process" while he explores his options at other jobs. Yeah that doesn't work for us, coach.
Earle, Arkansas quarterback Gerry Bohanon has verbally committed to play football for Baylor University. The 6' 3" 218 lb. dual-threat QB held scholarship offers from dozens of major football programs.
The Astros’ championship means more to me than it probably should. The heart-pounding anxiety I felt throughout the playoffs would’ve been appropriate in a serious place like a hospital waiting room. But there I was, watching a mere game, stressing out between every pitch.
Just when it seemed the National "You're A Racist" Association was running out of people to accuse of racism, two public figures in Houston said and did some racisty stuff, guaranteeing another few weeks of outrage and self-righteous activism.
There are many people who should be apologizing, but Alejandro Villanueva isn't one of them. He never should've been in the position of having to leave his football team to go and honor the country he served.
The courageous social fighters at ESPN declared in a public statement today that adverbs ending in “ly” will no longer by spoken by ESPN anchors nor published in ESPN articles due to their similar pronunciation to the name of Confederate General Robert E. Lee. Adverbs such as “quickly,” “actually” and “definitely” are hereby banned by [...]
Good afternoon ladies, gentlemen, ladies who were once men, former ladies who are now men and everyone else who’s still in transition...it’s a great day for football! I’m Herb Chandler, here along with Frank Potter and we’re excited to bring you another fantastic matchup between two great teams; the Dallas Cowpersons face the Washington Native [...]