NFL Conference Championship Sunday: My Top 10 CBS ContemplationsLadies and gentlemen, your Super Bowl quarterbacks played college football at Nevada (Colin Kaepernick) and Delaware (Joe Flacco).
Whitt's End: 1.18.13Born and raised in this here close-minded, fear-based, suffocating Bible Belt, the Cowboys would have themselves a nightmare if they ever drafted an openly gay player.
LIESTRONG: Lance Armstrong Deteriorates Into Sports’ All-Time Biggest FraudAfter his admission of using performance-enhancing drugs to Oprah Winfrey on Monday after a decade of arrogant, aggressive denials, the world’s largest fall from grace is complete and the biggest sports fraud of our lifetime is crowned.
NFL Divisional Weekend: 276 Points & My Top 10 CBS ContemplationsConcussions and replacement refs and … oh, forget it. That was one of the best NFL weekends ever. A combined 276 points, 3,593 yards and two classic, illogical climaxes.
Whitt's End: 1.11.13To be clear, Kiffin resigned from USC after this season to return to the NFL. But what a horrible send-off. The Trojans finished 40th in scoring defense and surrendered 730 yards to Oregon.
The Firing Of Cowboys’ Defensive Coordinator Rob Ryan: My Top 10 CBS ContemplationsStunned at the outpouring of support and sympathy for Rob Ryan. Fans who screamed for “accountability” and no more “status quo” are suddenly upset with drastic changes?
Alabama 42, Notre Dame 14, Katherine Webb 139,000: My Top 10 CBS ContemplationsAnd put a sock in it Texas A&M fans. Yes, you beat the Crimson Tide. But you also lost 2 games, in the SEC. You have zero claim to a National Title. Stupid Aggies. None.
NFL Wild Card Weekend: My Top 10 CBS Contemplations Were you as nauseated by Ray Lewis’ last dance as I was? First of all, his pre-game show was downright silly. I mean, with all the smoke and fire and Nelly’s “Hot in Herre” and the plot of grass for some kind of perverted prop.
Whitt's End: 1.4.13You’re probably not going to like this, but the Cowboys’ season was a success. Yep, even at 8-8 and missing the playoffs. How’s that? Because after training camp I forecast Dallas as 8-8 talent that with a fortunate bounce or two could top out at 9-7.
Gunning For ChangeFrom our sports to our schools, guns are controlling America in a very flawed, fatal direction.
Cowboys 27, Steelers 24 (OT): My Top 10 CBS ContemplationsIconic voice of the ‘Boys Brad Sham was almost moved to cuss in jubilation. Instead, he smartly settled for “How ‘bout them flippin’ Cowboys?!”
Whitt's End: 12.14.12After further review, the breaking news on Richie’s Whitt’s Twitter is not confirmed, and therefore reversed. The player did not have season-ending surgery and will not be placed on IR this week. Whitt will be penalized 15 yards and sent to timeout.
Cowboys 20, Bengals 19: My Top 10 CBS ContemplationsWe’ll never forget the day we watched the Cowboys’ 1st win in Paul Brown Stadium. Tears and football don’t usually mix. But Sunday in Cincy was magical.
Whitt's End - Fanniversary Edition: 12.7.12So what exactly is Fanniversary? It’s a free – did I mention free? – party Saturday night at the Irving Convention Center from 7 p.m. until … we run outta alcohol.
Carr Cares: Cowboys Cornerback Has Feet On Ground, Even Without Stats In The SkyOn Saturday Brandon Carr’s friend committed suicide. On Sunday Brandon Carr was beaten for a touchdown pass by Riley Cooper. On Tuesday Brandon Carr proved why the Dallas Cowboys signed him as a free agent last spring.