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Something Rotten in the State of Rutgers

In a plot that seems rather Shakespearean in scope, all the players appear to be in danger of ending up on the floor after a swordfight. Read More »

Wii U Review: ESPN Sports Connection

We need Wii Sports U, not ESPN licensed shovelware. Read More »

SXSW Interactive: Zombie Journalism and Superhero Journalism

Are you a Zombie or a Superhero Journalist? Read More »

Knick Knacks: Jeremy Lin’s Race To The Top

Wouldn't it be nice to one day have the conversation be about how great a ballplayer Jeremy Lin is and not how he is a great Asian-American ballplayer? Read More »

Was ESPN’s Apology and Reaction to Racist Comments Appropriate?

Racist headline is displayed on a major sports network. Read More »

Terry Francona Is Gone, But It’s Theo Epstein Who Should’ve Been Fired

This evening, the Red Sox wrongly made their two-time World Series-winning manager the first fall guy of the offseason. Read More »

RJ’s 2011 NFL Season Picks: Week One

At last, the 2011 NFL regular season begins... Read More »

NFL Free Agency, MLB Trading Deadline, and Tiger Back in the Saddle: It’s Christmas in July for Sports Fans

It's sort of like Christmas in July if you like surprises and presents under your barbecue grill. Read More » Bill Simmons Uncensored or More of the Same?

"The Sports Guy," Bill Simmons launches a new site, free from the restrictions of ESPN. Read More »

This Summer Brings Movies, the Rise of the Asterisk, and Steroids!

How superheroes have shaped our culture and how this summer shows its contradictions. Read More »