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Neutrality in the Super Bowl

Neutrality in the Super Bowl

Why is the Super Bowl played in a neutral location?   Every year in February millions of people–literally millions–gather around their televisions to watch the biggest sporting event of the year. There are parties planned around the Super Bowl, with meals,...
Does Home Field Advantage Matter?

Does Home Field Advantage Matter?

Recently, Major League Baseball reached a new collective bargaining agreement with the players’ union, avoiding a strike. The changes agreed to within the CBA were largely insignificant to sports fans, but one facet did catch the eye (and ire) of many: the elimination...

Getting Rid of Field Turf

Let’s start a movement to abolish field turf! I have long been an opponent of artificial playing surfaces for football stadiums.  I’m old school.  Football was made to be played on REAL grass not the fake stuff that now is the surface of over 60 major college football...

Measuring a QB’s Performance

The three quarterbacks taken in the first round of this year’s NFL Draft, Caron Wentz, Jared Goff and Paxton Lynch have a lot to prove for their teams this season. They have to prove they’ve got the guts, the poise and the smarts to excel in the transition from...