Thought this #TBT blog would rekindle memories of perhaps the greatest upset in team sports that transpired 41 years ago this week. But first, here’s a bit of context. The 1970s was a decade comprised of war protests, a Presidential … Continue reading
Here’s a sneak peak at one of my chapters in my next FREE sports comic book entitled: Favorite Non-Athletes in Sports!
He’s the Zamboni driver – a dream job for hockey fans everywhere.Continue reading
The most famous missed call in the history of World Cup soccer occurred on June 22, 1986 in front of 114,850 fans in Mexico City’s Estadia Azteca.
Known by the divinely inspired nickname the Hand of God, the controversial goal has never been forgotten and has been forever memorialized in sports blogs like these for the past 28 years.
During the 1986 World Cup quarter-final match-up between Argentina and England, Argentina’s Diego Maradona illegally punched a loose ball in the box into the back of the net. Maradona’s obvious handball goal should have been immediately disallowed by Tunisian referee Ali Bin Nasser. However, the goal stood and eliminated an angry English team from further competition in the tournament.Continue reading
You don’t need to be a swami to predict this ESPN legend’s inclusion in my new sports comic book Favorite Sportscasters.
Check out this excerpt about one of my top talking heads in sports.
My choice for the #6 spot is arguably one of sports media’s most respected and decorated television broadcasters.
Synonymous with the ESPN brand, Chris Berman started with the then fledgling network way “back…back…back” in 1979.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
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
Today’s #TBT sports blog rewinds the game clock to the 1970 NBA Finals. That’s when Willis Reed provided New York Knicks fans with perhaps the most memorable entrance in Big Apple sports history. 40+ years later, Knicks fans still vividly … Continue reading
Today’s #TBT sports blog is a chapter excerpt from one of my sports comic books. It focuses on a tiny Olympic weightlifter who could effortlessly throw weights around in the gym.
Half of this clever nickname comes from Hercules, son of the Greek mythological god Zeus, who was known for his feats of strength.
The other half of this nickname comes from the tiny size of this amazing Olympic and World Weightlifting Champion.
Pocket Hercules showed uncommon strength for a person of his short stature. In addition, his interesting personal life story makes him one of the sports world’s all-time best personalities.Continue reading
Today’s #TBT sports blog remembers the greatest band of all time along with one of FIFA’s most amazing, yet troubled players.
2014 celebrates 50 years since the iconic boy band The Beatles first appeared in America on the Ed Sullivan Show.
It was also 50 years ago that Northern Ireland’s George Best became known as the Fifth Beatle.Continue reading
(Satire) It’s Earth Day today.
To celebrate, I’m going green.
Now don’t get me wrong. I’m not a left leaning, hybrid driving, granola crunching, tree hugging environmentalist. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.
I’m going green the way a true sports fan should go green.Continue reading