C.S. Lewis once said, “There comes a time in a man’s life when that man needs to use the Internet to relentlessly promote himself and his friends.” (Note: he didn’t) That time is, roughly, right before Christmas (or every day, for some authors). That time for me and for the Gut Check family of [...]
“I can’t believe I still have this,” said a tearful Brian Bosworth in an ESPN 30 for 30 called Brian and the Boz. “This is something I’m not proud of. This is not who I am. And I’ve apologized to my teammates and my school and my coach because of this.” [...]
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Does the Fact That I Spent the Entire Weekend Studying Paul Pasqualoni’s (or more accurately, George DeLeon’s) Freeze-Option Offense Mean That I Have No Life?October 13th, 2014 by admin
Syracuse football took a giant (and much needed) step forward on Saturday when it acquitted itself well against the number one team in the nation, in spite of playing the game without its starting quarterback (Terrell Hunt), best and second-best wide receivers (Ashton Broyld and Brisly Estime), and best defensive tackle (Eric Crume).
The most significant [...]
Whenever real life gets a little too hectic, I retreat into a world that I like to call “Caring Too Much About Football Statistics and What They Reveal.” That said, I’ve been thinking a lot about the career arcs of two petulant quarterbacks who had huge arm strength and huge problems getting along with [...]