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by | Jan 13, 2023

Monday night in Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium, the TCU Horned Frogs had about as much chance against the fired-up Georgia Bulldogs as an armadillo has against a steel-belted radial. I’d repeat the score here, but the children might still be…

by | Sep 9, 2022

The inevitable happened last week in the world of college football. No, the big boys of the college game have not broken free of NCAA shackles to do their own highly profitable, self-governing thing. Not yet, anyway. The present inevitability…

by | Jul 5, 2022

Everybody’s waiting for the other shoe to drop in the conference realignment chaos that is major college football. The first shoe was a doozy. It left a Godzilla-size footprint on the landscape. If it was a carbon footprint, it would…

by | May 3, 2022

It was April 26, 1983. The place was the New York Sheraton Hotel. It was destined to be one of the most remarkable NFL drafts in history. Everyone sensed it. Star quarterbacks abounded. At the top of the board were…

by | Jan 14, 2022

Super Bowl Sunday looms. The high holy day of American sports. Normal events scheduled for that Sunday are canceled as great masses gather around big screens from coast to coast, regardless of who is playing, to view four hours of…

by | Dec 3, 2021

No team has ever made it to the Super Bowl with a rookie starting quarterback, but the New England Patriots could make history this year. Mac Jones, drafted in the first round after leading the University of Alabama to the…

by | Oct 19, 2021

“If he calls me ‘Rubber Lips’ one time, I’ll kill him.” So said my best friend, D.J., at Sirena’s Pizza in Butler, Pennsylvania, where a group of my buddies and I worked in the mid-1980s. It remains my all-time favorite…

by | Feb 5, 2021

I have to come clean. I’ve been a New England sports fan my whole life, but this football season has been different. Not just because of COVID-19, but because I’m one of the thousands of New Englanders who have been…

by | Mar 17, 2020

People like to say that Tom Brady came out of nowhere. They say he was the backup who might never have been a starter, much less a star — and finally a legend — if it had not been for…

by | Jan 4, 2020

Politics is often said to be a sport — indeed, a bloodsport. But what if it were an actual sport, you know, with teams and coaches and players? Or, more specifically, what if it were football? In such a world…

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