- Jun 29, 2020
Start Me Up
As the coronavirus rages throughout the United States--with half of our states experiencing record highs in cases--and millions across...
- Mar 30, 2020
Has there ever been a time of such uncertainty in American sports? Never have so many sports been cancelled altogether, re-scheduled, or...
- Nov 4, 2019
Notes of Note: CFP Rankings; Pac-12 Alive; Trojan Moves; Taggart; World Series Postmortem; Warrior B
The first College Football Playoff selection committee rankings will be released tomorrow, and most of the pre-game studio shows last...
- Aug 12, 2019
Baseball Blues; Little Support for 9am Kicks
A friend of mine asked recently if I thought America’s pastime might be past its time. It’s a fair question. It wasn’t that long ago that...
- Jun 14, 2019
Finals Thoughts: Warriors-Raptors; Stanford Basketball Blues; Pence Update
Has there ever been another sports team that lost two great players in two straight games to two devastating injuries? In the...
- Jun 11, 2019
Death of the Dynasty? Not So Fast; Valerie Still; Pac-12 Baseball Blues; Admissions Scandal Victims
It became very fashionable last week to write the Warriors’ obituary. Some of the headlines read: "Goodbye to Dynasty." "The Dynasty Is...
- Jun 4, 2019
Quick Takes: Warriors-Raptors; Baseball Crowds; Stanford Advances; 49ers/Raiders Signings.
There is no shortage of storylines in the NBA Championship Series between our Warriors and the Toronto Raptors. Lots of interesting...
- May 20, 2019
The Draymond Factor; NCAA Blinks; A True Hero
It may seem odd that the guy who has scored at least 36 points in each of the Warriors’ playoff victories over Portland hasn’t been their...
- May 14, 2019
Five Stars Who Stuck Around; Warriors-Rockets Postmortem; Still No Pac-12 DirecTV; Remembering Tomey
With all the controversy over one-and-dones in basketball, it’s interesting to note that the top five players in tonight’s Game 1 of the...
- May 6, 2019
Empty Seats, Pac-12 Football Power Shift, Warriors-Rockets, Lillard's Perspective
Baseball has an attendance problem. And it’s getting worse. According to the SF Chronicle’s excellent national baseball writer John Shea,...