Category Archives: Featured Story

Florida teacher turns tables on bullies – with the University of Tennessee’s help
September 9, 2019

So an elementary school student in Florida participated in “College Colors Day” at his school by wearing a plain orange shirt with a piece of paper pinned to it with a hand drawn “UT”. Some girls teased the kid at lunch, reducing him to tears.  His teacher, Laura Snyder, tried to find a Facebook connection with ties […]

Colts lose after fighting back to force overtime after mistake filled first half
September 8, 2019

The Colts won the turnover battle, Marlon Mack ran for a career high 174 yards, and Jacoby Brissett threw two TD passes and no picks.  But they lost to the Chargers 30-24 in overtime anyway. There are reasons – three big ones – why the Colts didn’t win their season opener this afternoon.. Adam Vinatieri missed two […]

All-time great guy, ballplayer, and radio host Chris Duncan passes away
September 6, 2019

Chris Duncan died today.  He was a St. Louis Cardinal, a radio host, a son, a husband, and a great guy. He was diagnosed seven years ago with the same brain cancer that claimed his mom.  Not many fight it as long or as well as Dunc did. At the time Dunc learned of the cancer, I […]

Never invite a crazy person to your party; Chapter 49 – Raiders to suspend Antonio Brown
September 5, 2019

Raiders wide receiver Antonio Brown is objectively believed to be crazy.  He’s setting a new standard for NFL narcissism, and that’s saying something. Brown reportedly had a disagreement with GM Mike Mayock yesterday that nearly escalated into a fistfight.  Because of that, and a short but colorful history of non-compliance with management, Brown will be […]

Ways in which Jacoby Brissett’s extension is not like a franchise tag
September 3, 2019

There are those who view Brissett’s two-year, $30-million extension as a de facto franchise tag for the quarterback in 2020. That’s not quite far off because the money is similar (cost for franchising a QB in 2019 was $24,865,000), but there are some differences that might be subtle to fans, but huge to people inside the […]

Jordan Geronimo is coming to Indiana Basketball – how big a deal is his commitment?
September 3, 2019

Jordan Geronimo is coming to Bloomington, and I have no idea what that means. The 6’6″ swingman who apparently can touch Vermont from his high school gym in New Hampshire committed to Indiana’s basketball program yesterday, and Twitter exploded. Geronimo is the 85th ranked player in the 2020 high school class, according to 247sports, and […]