Leo's DIY - Turning a Table into the Melbourne Cricket Ground for Aussie Footy

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In Which I Gain a New Secret Admirer

Trolls are a fact of life on the internet. And while trolls can be annoying, I can respect a good troll, the same way I can respect a good villain in a movie. In fact, there’s one troll — Joe “Big Cock” Johnson, who bedeviled this website for several years — who I . . . → Read More: In Which I Gain a New Secret Admirer

Tip-Off Time for College Hoops Is Almost Here

The most unusual new college basketball uniform set for the coming season will be worn in Louisville, where the Cardinals have been given a highly unusual shorts design (the home and road versions of which are both conveniently shown in this photo from a recent intrasquad scrimmage; additional photos here). Rather amazingly, Adidas . . . → Read More: Tip-Off Time for College Hoops Is Almost Here

What if the NFL Allowed Color vs. Color?

In case you missed it yesterday afternoon, my latest ESPN column is about color-on-color matchups across many sports. It also includes a poll that allows you to vote on how you feel about color-on-color. Check it out here.

But one reader, Mark Lockwood, wasn’t content to simply vote in the poll. He quickly . . . → Read More: What if the NFL Allowed Color vs. Color?