Tweets of Yesteryear feat. Twitter HOFers Ilya Bryzgalov & Roddy White

  I'll be publishing new editions of TOYY every Monday.  Comment, message, or tweet me (@jmo_1776) with requests/recommendations for specific public figures or topics.  Also, feel free to hit refresh several times while viewing this and/or send it to as many people as possible to pad my pageview stats.  Thanks for reading. Roddy White: Sensitivity … Continue reading Tweets of Yesteryear feat. Twitter HOFers Ilya Bryzgalov & Roddy White

Takeaways from the BIG12/SEC Challenge

BY: JEREMY MORRIS | JANUARY 29, 2018 Since 2013-2014, ESPN has hosted a ten-game slate of matchups between the Big12 and the SEC.  The Big12/SEC Challenge was initially an early-December contest but it has been played during late January in the middle of conference play for the last three years.  Since moving to mid-season, it's … Continue reading Takeaways from the BIG12/SEC Challenge

The GOOD, the BAD, & the OVER: A Look at the NBA’s Best & Worst Teams Against the Spread

BY: JEREMY MORRIS | JANUARY 25, 2018 Three months into a season that was preceded by one of the busiest offseasons in recent memory, most of the NBA’s dust has now had time to settle.  Newly assembled or remodeled teams have gelled, developed, and worked out the major kinks.  Individuals’ roles and team identities have … Continue reading The GOOD, the BAD, & the OVER: A Look at the NBA’s Best & Worst Teams Against the Spread

The Truth Behind Dos Equis and the “Most Interesting Man in the World”

He doesn't always drink beer, but when he does, he prefers Dos Equis.  That's fair. Woah woah woah. I thought you meant you didn't always drink beer because you were enjoying a $20,000 bottle of red from Thomas Jefferson's wine cellar or having tea with His Holiness, the Dalai Lama. Rose all day and Pelligrino … Continue reading The Truth Behind Dos Equis and the “Most Interesting Man in the World”

Armageddon in Knoxville? Not Quite

It's been quite a month for the Tennessee football program.  But despite how it felt, looked, or what you may have heard from Vol Twitter, it wasn't Armageddon.  With the benefit of hindsight, just about anyone can see that.  But it takes an expert with an in depth knowledge of the subject to recognize the … Continue reading Armageddon in Knoxville? Not Quite

Roger Goodell to Donald Trump: An Open Letter

Mr. President, Look, I voted for you and I'm a HUGE fan. I know you're the President and more importantly, you're a rich white guy, so I have tremendous respect for you. But I respect the 32 rich white guys (31 and one Middle-Eastern guy actually) and all the money they give me so I can't … Continue reading Roger Goodell to Donald Trump: An Open Letter

Closing Time on the Butch Jones Era

Update: At the time this was written in late September, Tennessee was 3-1 and had just narrowly beaten 25 point underdog, UMass.  Over the next 6 games under Jones, Tennessee went 1-5 including losses of 41 (Georgia), 38 (Alabama), and 33 (Missouri).  He was fired on November 12th and Tennessee finished 4-8 and 0-8 in … Continue reading Closing Time on the Butch Jones Era

Mike Leach: The Most Interesting Man in College Football

Mike Leach made a name for himself in the mid 2000's as head coach of the Texas Tech Red Raiders.  He turned the perennially .500 program into a Big 12 power, took no prisoners, and gave zero fucks in the process.  Since 2011, he's been doing pretty much the same at Washington State. The Cougars … Continue reading Mike Leach: The Most Interesting Man in College Football

Exporting Garbage: The NFL in London

The first regular season NFL game played outside of North America took place at London's Wembley Stadium in 2007 between the Dolphins and Giants.  As part of the league's "International Series", London has hosted games each season since, increasing to 2 games in 2013, and 3 for the 2014-2016 seasons.  In 2017, the ante has … Continue reading Exporting Garbage: The NFL in London