We just finished the NCAA Tournament. I bet you're asking yourself, "Where can I get more Jim Nantz? I can't wait all the way to the start of the NFL season to hear his velvety voice!" This is you, right? No? Yes, it's The Masters. Golf's biggest event, and it's most self-serving.
The Pittsburgh Ice Stillers commence their Stanley Cup title defense against the "third best" team in the Metro Division, Columbus. The Pens recorded their third-best record in franchise history with 111 points, which not only wasn't enough to win the division (piss off, Crapitals), but, has them playing the equally
Yes, you will be shocked and amazed that it took three full-grown adults (and I say the word "adult" in the most sarcastic way possible) to put this together. To be fair, there are REASONS! Mainly one of us not named Balls or Sill put one past the goalie, got his wife
STANLEY CUP WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Enjoy the golf. No, just kidding. Today marks the start of the year's second golf major, our national championship, the US Open. It's second of the four annual biggest events on the golf calendar, and has an earned reputation as being the "toughest test in golf." That is most
Whoopsie-doodle. Looks like no one volunteered for tonight, so here's a quarter-assed fill-in right quick. I spent today driving wifey to work, various doctor's appointments, picking the wifey back up, filling new prescriptions, getting a much needed haircut, installing my parents' third printer since September (seriously, guys?!), picking up said scripts, and
Hello, friends. It's a tradition unlike any other. It's The Masters. I'm Jim Nantz, and it's my distinct pleasure to bring you one of the great events in all of sports. It's Augusta National Golf Club, the Mecca of professional golf. The pride, the heritage, the racial purity. Yes, The Masters embodies
...so I gave you a Far Side cartoon, instead. Well, it's now March. March means spring is closer. It also means it's time for the greatest sporting event over the year*, the NCAA Tournament. While we're not quite there yet, it's tantalizingly close. Smaller conferences have begun their tournaments, and the