NFL WEEK THREE: By my count, seven teams are expected to start a different QB this week than they did just half a month ago on Kickoff Weekend.
NFL WEEK TWO: For those who missed last week's column, Woody's Winners is written with highest respect in a similar style to that of the most entertaining football prognosticator of my youth
In the 80s—a decade which I grow happier and happier I was mostly comatose during—it became fashionable for NFL teams to make delightfully cheesy team videos.
Baseball's regular season is winding down, and this year's tight pennant races are sure to generate quite a bit of excitement.
NFL WEEK ONE: The fact that my first pick is the Rams should make it clear that this isn’t your typical stack of NFL predictions.
Coming Thursday: Woody's Winners for Week 1! In the meantime, mental_floss has your football fix right here.
What do newspaper headline type and the New Deal have to do with the Oakland Raiders and Philadelphia Eagles?
Major League batters see, on average, about four pitches per at-bat. So something like an 8-pitch at-bat is considered pretty long.
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Six major-league sports teams currently in the "big four" (MLB, NFL, NBA, NHL) have names with the initials C.B.
The 2010 FIFA World Cup begins June 11th in South Africa. The whole world is watching!