NCAA March Madness: Can You Say Ali Farokhamesh?

Can you say Ali Farokhamesh (Ah’-lee Fa-rook’-ha-mesh)? After this past weekend, absolutely! Even if you’re only a casual college basketball fan, you’re probably proclaiming the name Ali Farokhamesh everywhere you go. As a matter of fact, with unabashed confidence you’re … Continue reading

Minnesota Vikings’ Peterson Receives Twitter’s Inaugural NFL Award (Satire)

(Satire) Last night Twitter, the world’s pre-eminent micro-blogging social media site, presented its inaugural NFL Twit Head of the Year Award for reckless remarks to Minnesota Vikings’ All Pro RB Adrian Peterson. Twitter initially planned to award the gleaming NFL … Continue reading

Spring’s Maddening Sickness of NCAA College Basketball

With swift and unapologetic fury, the same sickness attacks me every March. Rendering me nearly powerless, this early Spring malaise – far worse than any cold, virus or flu -devours my energy, cripples my logical thinking and negates any thought … Continue reading

Rutgers Recruiting Snags Snooki on College Football’s Signing Day (Satire)

(Satire) Yesterday Rivals.com reported that Rutgers University landed the single biggest coup in this year’s NCAA College Football National Signing Day by inking Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi to a binding commitment. According to head coach Greg Schiano, the irreverent, infamous and inane personality known as Snooki of MTV’s Jersey Shore fame officially … Continue reading

Interview with WikiLeaks Founder Troubling to Some Sports Star (Satire)

(Satire) CBS News’ “60 Minutes” reported yesterday that the seemingly unending saga surrounding WikiLeaks will soon surface in the sports world. During last night’s television interview with Julian Assange—the WikiLeaks founder currently under United States criminal investigation—”60 Minutes” learned that the … Continue reading

Cincinnati Bengal WR Chad Ochocinco Changing Name Again (Satire)

(Satire) In a surprise move, Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Ochocinco is legally changing his name for a second time. At first, speculation surfaced that the mercurial No. 85 was reverting to his originally given birth name, Chad Javon Johnson. … Continue reading

ESPN’s Musburger Calls Auburn vs. Oregon BCS Title Game for All the Tostitos

Auburn kicker Wes Byrum’s last-second field goal may not be what sports fans remember most about the Tigers’ 2011 BCS title game 22-19 victory over the previously unbeaten Oregon Ducks. ESPN sportscaster Brent Musburger’s surprising remark ’bout Byrum’s boot being … Continue reading

ESPN to Televise BCS National Championship Game Tonight

Finally. The only postseason college football game that really matters kicks off in Glendale, AZ between two unbeaten teams—the Oregon Ducks and the Auburn Tigers.  Tonight’s Tostitos BCS Championship Game caps a painfully long bowl season in which 35 total … Continue reading

Albert Haynesworth Passes Redskins’ Test (Satire)

(Satire) Washington Redskins’ defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth finally passed his mandatory conditioning test yesterday at the team’s practice facility in Ashburn, VA. Haynesworth successfully completed two sets of back-and-forth 25-yard sprints, passing two dozen buffet tables laden with barbequed ribs, … Continue reading

Knuckleheaded New York Knicks Re-Sign Isaiah Thomas

Tell me James Dolan and Donnie Walsh aren’t a couple of Knuckleheaded Knicks. What on earth were they thinking? I didn’t know whether to laugh, cry or scream upon learning the news that these two senior NBA executives re-signed former … Continue reading