Richard Sherman received a lot of backlash for his post game remarks on Sunday, and while he admitted to going off and even apologized after the fact, he pointed to Michael Crabtree’s refusal to shake his hand — and instead shove his face mask — as the catalyst for his epic rant. Continue reading →
Anyone who follows sports or paid attention to the sports world yesterday knows about the interview Richard Sherman gave after his Seahawks defeated the San Francisco 49ers last night to advance to the Super Bowl. Continue reading →
Let’s make one thing clear off the bat. Storming the court is great.
Anyone who loves college basketball is lying if they tell you they’ve never dreamt of storming the court as a kid. The passion displayed by the fans — most notably the students — is what makes college basketball great.
There are also specific instances where storming the court is more appropriate than others. Continue reading →
Fifteen years ago, DMX released two multi-platinum albums, It’s Dark and Hell is Hot and Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood. These two albums marked the beginning of arguably one of the most successful music careers of all time (at least in terms of the Billboard charts). Continue reading →
I was born in Madison, Wisconsin. Then, for approximately 15 years of my life, I grew up within 15 miles of Green Bay, only to return to Madison for five years of school before finally moving out to San Francisco where I live today. Continue reading →