Losing has long been a way into the hearts of America. The Chicago Cubs were the first to start the trend, as the Lovable Losers suffered 108 years without a championship. Despite their ineptitude, a large portion of American professional sports fans wrapped themselves in Cubbie Blue and celebrated in the autumn of 2016 when … More Why I Hate The Detroit Lions
The College Football Playoff Committee released their second set of Top 25 rankings last night, and they lacked any drama, but there were certainly some interesting things to takeaway. The most obvious takeaway is the committee has made it abundantly and strikingly clear that they don’t care much for non-power five schools. They put this … More Michigan is in the Top Four, But Do They Really Control Their Own Destiny?
November 6th, 2018 will go down in history as yet another day in which droves of people took to their local elementary, middle, or high school, or whatever your polling place’s day job is, and cast their votes in the mid-term elections. It will not be remembered for which teams won their Champions Classic games, … More An Election Day Look At College Basketball