Controversy usually sells and the NFL has had no shortage of that this season. However, the ratings aren’t what they used to be and that’s a function of a lot of reasons. Fans are losing faith in the league and the officials.
At this point we all saw the call or
A couple of years back my wife Myrna and I were interviewing for our oral history IT HAPPENED IN MIAMI. We were taken aback by the many wonderful stories we heard about Muhammad Ali and his time spent at the Fifth Street Gym where he trained and entranced so many
The NFL media hates the New York Jets. It’s obvious. They prop up the Jets at times just to rip them in the end. This year many outlets did the opposite. They decided to say the Jets would have the first winless season since the 2008 Detroit Lions. Well they
Sometimes there’s a player who can get drafted, play overseas, and then come over and make a hockey club. Then there’s Jesper Bratt who did that and more by amazingly being added to the Devils roster and now five points later looks like he belongs.
Drafted in the sixth round of
Today, Akron, NY-based Perry’s Ice Cream released a new Buffalo-themed Sabres ice cream called“Let’s Dough Buffalo” (which, of course, is a nod to the famous Let’s Go Buffalo chant). The ice cream is a combination of cookie dough flavored ice cream, crushed cookie swirls and cookie dough pieces.
The product will be sold at Wegmans,
The new captain Jason Isaacs (cover photo by del Tufo) on Star Trek Discovery made a surprise appearance at Star Trek booth and interviewed fans.
Max Landis, Samuel Barnett (Dirk, photo by del Tufo), Elijah Wood (Frodo from Lord of the Rings), and 4 others at panel.
American Gods panel - Ricky
Nobody is sure that the Mets will be aggressive in the free agent market this year. So far general manager, Sandy Alderson has accepted the resignation from Terry Collins and made him his special assistant. Then he fired Dan Warthen and stated he will stay with the team. Mets trainer
Throughout the long history of baseball there have been poignant, exciting, dramatic moments. But very few can compare to what happened on October 3, 1951 at the old Polo Grounds in New York City.
Some refer to that time as "The Miracle at Coogan's Bluff." Others, especially in Brooklyn, call it
The seasons keep changing and the sports books keep coming. They are focused on all kinds of subjects, approaches, dealing with different sports. Herewith, for your reading, exciting tomes dealing with baseball, football, tennis.
Hank Greenberg in 1938 by Ron Kaplan (Sports Publishing, $24.95, 235 pages) is an important book
Emilio Pettersen – Muskegon - 5-10 – 155 – C- There’s a lot to like. He had a couple of helpers. He can spring players loose with creative passes. He helped his team to a comeback win. He’s good in the face-off circle. He can operate well in traffic with