Column from December of 2005 wondering why Jim Mora insisted on passing so much when Michael Vick was unstoppable when he ran.
Two Cents: What Can You Learn from A Loss? (12/21/2005)
Can you really learn anything from a loss? This column from December, 2005 ponders that question.
Two Cents: Shaq and Kobe Renew Feud, Williams Ends Career (12/28/05)
Column from December, 2005, examining the Shaq and Kobe feud and paying tribute to DeAngelo Williams’ final game as a Memphis Tiger.
Two Cents: Basketbrawl Game Mars Young NBA Season (11/29/04)
This is a column I wrote in 2004 about the infamous brawl between the Detroit Pistons and the Indiana Pacers.
Two Cents: Time to Flush BCS in Favor of Playoff System (12/3/2004)
December, 2004 column I wrote disparaging the BCS.
Two Cents: Weekend Sees the End of More Than Just Leftovers (12/01/04)
(I worked as a Sports Editor from late 2004 until the summer of 2006. This is one of the many columns I was able to save that were originally published in The Sun-Times of Heber Springs, Arkansas.) The Thanksgiving holiday… Read More ›
Two Cents: Watch Your Mouth if You’re Going to an NBA Arena (12/8/04)
Column from December, 2004 detailing how David Stern wanted to stop fans from cussing at NBA games.
Two Cents: Kobe Loves Controversy (12/10/2004)
My take on the Kobe Bryant, Karl Malone, controversy in December of 2004. The first of many pieces I wrote that displayed the disdain I once harbored against the Laker great.