Today’s Friday Sports Funny brings to life the oft overused sports cliche “these guys own the paint!” When a basketball announcer reports that guys own the paint, you know exactly what he means. Your mind immediately conjures up images very … Continue reading
Today’s Friday Sports Funny – there’s no “I” in team – brings to life one of my favorite sports cliches. The well known cliche may be old and overused. However, if you’ve ever played team sports, you’re certainly aware of … Continue reading
Today’s 2 Cent Tuesday sports blog stokes the embers of sports fans’ favorite sayings. They’re expressions that we’ve all used at some point while describing a game or in a simple conversation. Julius Caesar’s “Vedi Vidi Vici” (Latin for I … Continue reading
Today’s Friday Sports Funny features the “clean sheet” in soccer. That’s because no other sport flaunts its language with the poetic depictions and eccentric expressions like international football. Whether it’s a bookable offense for wayward defending, bringing one’s side level … Continue reading
Even in an era of high def Jumbotrons in 80,000 seat NFL stadiums, tacking on the extra point remains a relevant sports expression.Continue reading
Whether in NFL, NCAA or even high school football games, players can fail to perform their best when making ill-advised decisions.
Rather than merely losing a game, they also suffer from knowing they were responsible for inflicting harm on their own team.Continue reading
Today’s #TBT sports blog recalls the Immaculate Reception – arguably the greatest play in NFL history. That’s because tomorrow, December 23, will mark 44 years since this legendary heavenly heave inexplicably became one of the most controversial plays in the … Continue reading
To celebrate the holidays, I’m now releasing my new FREE sports comic book: Annoying Stuff in Sports. Check out the book’s following introduction and then safely download the PDF by simply clicking HERE. Book Introduction: Sports fans not only like … Continue reading
Whether you call it crunch time or gut check time, no explanation is necessary for this cliche.
All sports fans know that at critical junctures, a team needs to step up their game. When there’s a huge championship trophy at stake, players need to rise up to meet the challenge.Continue reading
Stealing a play out of another team’s playbook helps describe how a team successfully anticipates what its opponent plans to do on the playing field, and then capitalizes on it.Continue reading