Lions need a reverse-order draft for decision-makers.
Ty Willihnganz — a brilliant lawyer from Wisconsin — discusses the legality of fighting between teammates (i.e. like Jon Papelbon and Bryce Harper).
More on my story at Time.com about attendance in women’s sports leagues.
A bit of history that should make the Fourth of July better.
Here is the WNBA Wins Produced scorecard for 2014.
“Analytics” has been a buzzword in the NBA for a very long time. But it doesn’t appear that decision-makers understand what all those numbers really mean. And this might be by Professor Phillip Maymin wants to let the robots run NBA teams.
Marina Adshade recently explained the economics of the “dad bod” (or the body you get when you avoid athletic endeavors). Her story has bad news for men who were recently told this is a “good” look.
And we are trying to fix this. It might be, though, that this blog has become more trouble than it is worth. Will let everyone know soon what we plan on doing here. Sorry for the very offensive stuff someone decided to insert here. – DJ
Jim Burch offers some suggestions to improve college basketball.
Brad Null of Bracketvoodoo.com explains why Kentucky may not be an overwhelming favorite to win the NCAA tournament.