Mr. Smart’s actions were a clear violation of the Big 12 Conference’s sportsmanship.
On the Wednesday morning edition of 105.3 The Fan’s New School, I got to do my favorite type of radio: personal, different, sensitive, uncomfortable, interactive and most of all, honest- all because of Michael Sam Sr.
Seattle and Dallas went 13-3 in the regular season, won their divisions, earned first-round playoff byes and then won three straight games to capture the Super Bowl and finish at 16-3.
Globe Life Park … Globe Life Park … Globe Life Park. Just let it marinate into your cerebral cortex all while trying to penetrate remnants of dollar dogs and Blue Bell ice cream.
Is JD vs. Everybody still a thing? Is JD vs. Michael Young still a battle we are fighting?
The 1st day of radio row was everything I dreamed it would be.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be on the god-awful TV show ‘The Bachelor’ except without all the whining, drama and stuck up ladies?
That doesn’t mean that either team shouldn’t have signed them, but this year’s playoffs illustrate quite well a theory that’s been banging around in my brain for a while.
You can’t point to one game where Jason Garrett’s on-field coaching has won a big game, but we can all name the losses. It’s time. Red’s run needs to be over.
If having a childish temper tantrum over suffering one of the worst losses in franchise history is his worst crime, he should be saluted not lectured.
This probably won’t identify with most, but that’s okay. It’s not about identifying with people, unless you are told by your boss that it is. I’m really hoping he doesn’t read this.
In the Prince Fielder era the Cowboys are 1-0, Tony Romo has yet to screw up a game winning drive in the fourth quarter.