Here’s my idea: The team that scores last in regulation kicks off in overtime.
It pains me to write it: Charles Woodson is not the greatest defensive back in NFL history. Let’s be honest here. He’s not even in the conversation.
Friday night in Boston, that great 3-point shooting team, the Celtics, lost to those renowned musclemen, the Warriors.
No NBA team has ever finished 7-0 on a seven-game road trip. The Warriors have won five games on their current “playcation.”
The team that hasn’t lost in 23 games is liable to send just two representatives to Toronto.
Sorry, Martin O’Malley will not win the Democratic presidential nomination. And the Warriors will lose a game this season.
Colin Kaepernick is headed to the bench, a move that was preceded, and followed, by waves of debate. As it turns out, we were asking the wrong questions.
The NFL’s public hearing in downtown Oakland on Thursday night was, for the most part, a sad spectacle. But one man deserves credit: Raiders owner Mark Davis.
"Indians" is not the equivalent of "Redskins." But it's easy to understand why it offends people.
And then I saw them: baseball cards. These were different. They were old. Really old, like from a dim era of wool uniforms and athletes nicknamed “Pinkey.”