Today’s #TBT sports blog rewinds football fans’ love affair with the NFL Super Bowl way back to January 15, 1967. That’s the day when the now most watched television event in American history made its inauspicious debut. The initial metrics … Continue reading
Today’s TBT sports blog remembers Wilt Chamberlain – one of the most iconic athletes of all-time – in any sport. Few athletes so totally dominate a sport that their professional league must enact rule changes to make the games fair … Continue reading
Like an easy open net goal, former Chicago Blackhawks great Bobby Hull effortlessly skates into today’s #TBT sports blog. If you’ve ever visited Chicago’s United Center, you’ve seen his bronze statue standing proudly beside Bulls legend Michael Jordan and fellow … Continue reading
Today’s #TBT sports blog remembers the late Reggie White, an ordained pastor and Hall of Fame lineman. White brilliantly embodied his Minister of Defense nickname. During a storied 15-year NFL career, this imposing defensive lineman known as the Minister of … Continue reading
Today’s #TBT sports blog recalls one of the NFL’s most outspoken players – former New York Jets Super Bowl III winning QB Broadway Joe Namath. Jazz singer George Benson crooned about the neon lights shining bright on Broadway. But, New … Continue reading
Today’s #TBT sports blog remembers the old Boston Garden. Though the storied arena was demolished in 1998, its lore lives on and remains a beloved part of Boston sports history. In addition to playing host to Stanley Cup Finals and … Continue reading
NFL defensive players lost plenty of sleep the night before they faced this Enugu, Nigeria native on the football field. Unlucky for them, he’s the focus of today’s #TBT sports blog. He’s also #5 in my book Scary Sports Comics. Former … Continue reading
Today’s #TBT sports blog highlights the career of former Pittsburgh Steelers great Jerome “The Bus” Bettis. The legendary running back deservedly got inducted into the Football Hall of Fame in Canton, OH in 2015. Here’s a chapter excerpt from one … Continue reading
It may not be podium favorite in Sochi, but the Jamaican Bobsled Team is certainly crowd a pleaser.
Led by pilot Winston Watts, the Jamaican Team returns to the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Russia after failing to qualify in 2006 in Torino, Italy and in 2010 in Vancouver, Canada.
In spite of losing their luggage in route to Sochi, the Jamaicans maintained their generally upbeat attitudes. They received their runners (blades for sleds), helmets, sliding suits and shoes yesterday and immediately took to the Sanki Sliding Center for practice runs.Continue reading
Chances are pretty good that you’ve never heard of my #9 choice in this book on Olympic Favorites. However, after reading about how she dominated international women’s track and field events a generation ago, you’ll more than likely never forget … Continue reading