Search Results


Below are your search results. You can also try a Basic Search.




Death, Taxes and Tony Romo Injuries | A definitive list of pregame pump up songs

(06/28/17 6:38pm)

Athletes are creatures of habit. Whether it’s Dwight Howard singing “Single Ladies” on the free throw line, or Bryce Harper showering seven times a day, or senior sprint football linebacker Quinn Karam wearing the same upper body garment (I don’t think it qualifies as a shirt anymore) under his pads for every game for seven years, most athletes tightly clutch these insane superstitions or routines and swear they are essential for peak performance.One of the most ubiquitous of these routines is the pregame playlist.


DiGregorio | Why I love football

(04/25/17 12:00am)

I didn’t love football immediately. I played tackle football for the first time in eighth grade on a team of 16 players and decided I wanted to play quarterback the day before my first practice. My coaches let me because I could remember all the plays, and I didn’t mind touching the center’s butt before every play — quite a consideration for 13 year olds.


Death, Taxes, and Tony Romo Injuries | March Madness teaches us one thing: mediocrity is okay

(03/21/17 11:15pm)

For some reason, we have a much higher tolerance for this upsets and chaos in March Madness than in any other major sport — or, really, in most other aspects of life. This naturally leads us to two questions. The first of which is, of course, why? The second is: is this underdog affinity is good, bad, or indifferent?