Good Friday? Well, pretty good. Just pretty good. I think Saturdays are better personally.
I can’t exactly say, “I’ve been waiting 18 years…,” because I never thought someone would actually make the movie Fargo into a TV series. But that someone has done, and bless them for it. I don’t know exactly what to … Continue reading
Well, it wasn’t exactly a win for the ages, but Bubba Watson’s second green jacket in three years had me dusting off my golf clap for the first time in months. And once again one of my childhood heroes, Fred … Continue reading
Late night Masters highlights on CBS. Damn there’s nothing classier. Just hearing that piano music brings me back to about 1992. This is going to be a good weekend.
The University of Connecticut pulls off the college basketball sweep? (For the second time I might add, and it’s the only school ever to do so.) The only thing sweeter than that is having The Masters begin the same week … Continue reading
The only annoying thing about it is that you have to wait… all… day. Or maybe that’s part of the charm, that the game doesn’t even really get rolling until about 9:30 at night. On a school night! And a … Continue reading
As of last night I have been, officially, for 25 years a fan of this thing we call sports. It was the finals of the 1989 NCAA Basketball Tournament, won by Michigan in the final seconds, that I recall as … Continue reading
Monday night was a little like saying goodbye to five old friends. Friends I’d never met, of course, but friends nonetheless. We grew up together, through good relationships and bad, jobs, moves, marriage, kids. You know, grownup stuff. I think my … Continue reading
A sad day, today, with the final episode of How I Met Your Mother set to air tonight at 8 p.m. I don’t think I’ve felt so deprived of TV friendship since Seinfeld went off the air. And that was … Continue reading
In 1949, SPORT magazine published a poem by Ogden Nash celebrating baseball players from his younger days following the sport. In that tradition, and as a way to introduce the game to my new son, I’ve used Mr. Nash’s format to present … Continue reading