Telling – that’s what comes to mind in an attempt to personify this year’s Super Bowl ads and its infamous halftime performance. Some buddies and I sat down to watch the game, the San Francisco 49ers confronting the Kansas City … Continue reading What the 2020 Super Bowl Halftime Show and the Commercials Say about America
The American League Championship Series opened Saturday with the New York Yankees going up against the Houston Astros. The game resulted in the utter annihilation of the Astros, the game ending with a score of 7-0. This inaugural game of … Continue reading Yankees Start ALCS Strong; Astros Take Lead
February 2018, it’s finally that time again – the Winter Olympics, this year being held in Pyeongchang. This is a time of international unity, healthy competition, celebrating accomplishment, and overcoming the odds. We were able to gain enough trust in … Continue reading Dear Gus, You’re No Johnny
This Sunday, thousands of football fans will flock to Houston’s NRG Stadium to watch one of the biggest sporting events in the country. This Sunday, February 5, is Superbowl 51. This entire football season, 32 teams fought and played for … Continue reading Superbowl 51: Brady’s Fifth Ring or Falcons First Championship?
While I’m almost completely sick of hearing about Colin Kaepernick, other players’ protests, and the NFL, there’s something that needs to be talked about first. Then we can finally put this issue to bed and stop giving the disrespectful men … Continue reading Why Doesn’t the NFL Stop Colin Kaepernick?