The Day Replay Died

Today was a glorious day for the Replay Resistance movement. The oppressive regime of "rules nerds" and machines suffered several humiliating defeats in front of the eyes of Football America. In short, I have never been more sure of our eventual victory. One day, "Instant Replay" will be voted out of the NFL. Mark my words. The people who will scoff at me on this, are the same ones who scoffed at my notion that replay got almost as many calls "wrong" as they fixed. Even those die hards are starting to recalibrate their preconceived notions about replay's actual value in making our football games more good and fair and right and yeah.... better. Unhgh! Take that! Whatever. Nerds. Catch…Read more...

Tiger Comes Roaring Back

There's no way to "yeah.... but" it. What we saw on Thursday from Tiger Woods' first competitive round in 300+ days was nothing short of incredible. The fluidity, the power, the ball-speed. Even the whip-recoil on…Read more...

We’re All Armchair Agronomists

The field at FedEx was ugly on Thanksgiving night. That is not disputable. But was it "bad?" I guess that depends on your definition, expectations, and aesthetic preferences. The attention the browning, wheezing, less-than-pristine pitch has…Read more...