Sports

The Road to the Super Bowl (for the Super Bowl Trophy)

Jason English

Congratulations to Peyton Manning, Tony Dungy and the Indianapolis Colts on winning Super Bowl XLI.

Take me out to the matzoball game

David K. Israel

Israel is getting its own baseball league this year "“ the IBL "“ and lots of jokes are going to be made, I'm sure, about the hotdogs being kosher and whether or not games will be playe

Carmelo Anthony Stops on a Dime

Mangesh Hattikudur

Forget Nostradamus!

The NBA's got balls but what they really need is moisturizer

David K. Israel

Every now and then a major piece of news trivia slips through our posts and we feel shameful, remiss, careless, negligent, embarrassed.

Good Sports

Jason English

Congratulations to Dwyane Wade of the NBA champion Miami Heat, your 2006 Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year. But sportsmanship isn't the first word that comes to mind for a few previous

What a catch!

Mangesh Hattikudur

You can keep telling yourself there are other fish in the sea (or lake, or whatever); but they're probably not as big as this one.

The Fan Club: Spectacular Stories of Storied Spectators

Jason English

It's a great day for people who root for stuff. Over at YesButNoButYes, our good friend Jellio has a great post on the world's most rabid fan bases.

The Game of the (Last) Century

Mary

We're still feeling a bit let down by Saturday's so-called "Game of the Century".

Best of Bobby Knight

Jason English

Bob Knight was at it again last night, giving one of his players a little shot to the chin. Now, Knight's bashers are surely going to call for his head.

Catching Scarlet Fever

Jason English

"The last big football game Rutgers played was the first college football game ever," the great Tony Kornheiser said last Thursday, referring to a 6-4 victory over Princeton in 1869.

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