Pressure is an interesting thing. Many great athletes succumb to it at times, the best in the world embrace it. Those of us who don’t deal with it in any way, shape or meaningful form have no idea.
The start of college football these days always makes me chuckle when I realize The Big 12 has ten teams and The Big Ten has fourteen
People with terrible voices should not be allowed to participate in radio or television broadcasts
The first week of the Olympics is better than the second
Golf in the Olympics has neither been as good as some would have you believe nor as bad as many had predicted
Speaking of the Olympics… there were 306 events in 28 sports. That’s too many. I’m not advocating that we go back to 1896 (43 events in 9 sports) but please place me firmly in the camp of “If the Olympics is not considered the pinnacle of the sport, it should not be in the games.”
I am also perfectly fine with U.S. Olympic medal winners getting taxed. Why is their accomplishment more meaningful, important or impactful than people serving their country in the military, teaching children and adults with physical and mental disabilities or other valuable, noble pursuits that actually help people?
I remember when Facebook was a place where you could “catch up with old friends” and see pictures of their kids
As football still starts I’ll still maintain baseball is the best
Have you tried a Bit-O-Honey lately?