Both fans and players celebrate the freedom that comes with a shorter pair of shorts. Uniforms matter. For instance, look at the episode of Seinfeld, “The Chaperone,” in which George […]
It’s early March and you’re watching the opening round of the SWAC conference tournament game with your buddies and the Alcorn State Braves trailing the Jackson State Tigers 61-73 with […]
Last night Indiana’s mens basketball had its first prime time road test facing Duke at Cameron Indoor Stadium in front of a nationally televised audience. This wasn’t a dress rehearsal, […]
Sean McVey is living his best life right now. He’s 32 years old, the coach of the playoff bound L.A. Rams, an insane amount of cash flow from his 1.2 […]
It’s 11:30 pm on a Wednesday and your phone vibrates on your night stand. Is a loved one in trouble? Is your micromanaging boss sending you an email he wants […]
Every once in a while a video game comes along that imposes an enormous change on not only the industry but society as a whole. NBA JAM was most […]
Windjammers was the hit of the arcade in 1994. It is a weird arcade sports game that involves a frisbee, goals, and points. It looks like beach volleyball but with […]
The roster moved was announced today via Colts.com. Kaaya, who has an uncanny resemblance to Joseph Gordon-Levitt has spent time with the Detroit Lions prior to joining the Colts this off-season. […]
Tonya Harding is receiving some positive attention, but it’s about two decades too late.
Let’s flashback to the year 2006 and remember all of the hype that surrounded Reggie Bush. He was supposed to be the future of running backs and was touted as […]
Who doesn’t love a good sports brawl? It’s August and the weather has heated up as well as the competition in NFL training camps. This past Saturday, August 18, during […]
Welcome to the Nerd Jock Blog! This is a series called Must Watch, where I highlight stars that are “must watch” athletes. The first featured athlete in this series is […]
Laquavius Cotton. It’s a name you probably haven’t heard much. At least not prior to April 2, 2015 unless you are from the Cleveland, Mississippi, the city where NCAA Division II Delta State University calls home.