A urine controlled video game? Now that’s what I call a “Game of Thrones,” a must-see LeBron James video bomb, Mr. T is on ice and Tiger Woods is causing more controversy. It’s all in this week’s That Thing You Missed.
Kate Upton mulls over a high school prom proposition, Philly Fans give Andrew Bynum the boot – in a very classy way of course – my take on the worst kept secret in sports and […]
From allegations Ray Lewis used a performance enhancing drugs in the form of deer antler spray, Joe Flacco’s ignorant referral to next year’s Super Bowl as “retarded”, the 49er’s Chris Culliver’s anti-gay comments and apology […]
Gresh and Zo dedicated a segment to reminiscing on the sports stories you may have forgotten from 2012 including Jeremy Lin, the NFL bounty scandal, and Tiger Woods just to name a few.
Rory McIlroy shot a 67 Monday afternoon to finish -20 and win the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship; his third victory of the year.
Seung-yul Noh has birdied his last two holes for a 9-under 62 to take a two-shot lead in the Deutsche Bank Championship.
The US Open kicked off today at The Olympic Club in San Francisco and Michael Whitmer is on the West Coast covering all the action for the Boston Globe. Whitmer joined T& to discuss some of the interesting groups hitting the course together, 14-year-old Andy Zhang and how one covers an event like this.
Next to people in Hollywood, and everything is second to Hollywood when it comes to being incredibly stupid, the world of sports is next. I love sports, played a lot of sports, now watch a lot of sports, but please don’t let ‘em talk. I understand why sports reporters have to talk to them, but God it’s gotta be painful.
And for what it’s worth, if the folks at the Augusta National Golf Club refuse to admit women, that’s fine with me and I’ve got a feeling it’s fine with the IBM Ceo Ginni Rometty as well. Yes she plays golf, but if she’s as smart as purported to be, I’m sure she’ll be fine not having to hang out with that boorish group of men in the first place.
In fact, for those of us who aren’t celebrated multi-millionaires, it’s kind of a reassuring lesson that money just can’t buy happiness, on or off the golf course.