There's a book on the subject: The Catch: One Play, Two Dynasties, and the Game That Changed the NFL. I refuse to read it. Or even link to it. Five years ago, Chris Berman recalled the moment for ESPN. Won't watch that either. Al Michaels narrated this piece about how it was one of the Top Sports ... More >>
10. Not sure he remembers any of it, but lead singer Scott Weiland put on quite the show Wednesday night. Two words: Fucked. Up. 9. Among his amusing, entertaining offerings: "The thing I love about Texas is you've got soul. I don't care about politics, you guys care about your community." ... More >>
As I watched Mitch Moreland's gargantuan, 472-foot homer sail into the soon-to-be stormy June night, I was reminded that the Rangers-Astros' fight should be stopped on account of inhumane bludgeonry. Moreland's blast -- tied for third-longest in baseball this season -- capped an 8-3 Texas c ... More >>
How high did I rank this guy? You'll be surprised.OK, so yesterday I asked you to give me your thoughts on Brett Favre's legacy now that he appears to have played his last game. Unfortunately, only a few of you weighed in. In an attempt to spark some serious debate, here are my top 10 quarterback ... More >>
10. Bigger Giants' ass-kicking: New York 41, Cowboys 35 or San Francisco 11, Rangers 7? The football Giants ran off 31 unanswered Monday night in Arlington. The baseball Giants erased an early two-run hole with eight consecutive runs in the middle innings. Either way, ouch. Dare I say toni ... More >>
When I spoke with Mike Modano in April, he didn't know what the future held -- if he would be retiring following the season, if he'd move into ownership or if he'd come back and play one final season with the Stars or, God forbid, someone else. But he was clear about one thing: He wanted the deci ... More >>
Tony Romo: Product Spokesman from Tony RomoVia Just Jared, we find this brand-new Funny or Die exclusive: Tony Romo as a pitchman for "over 50,000 products," among 'em yarmulkes, gas that tastes like chocolate and something called a "ball-pen hammer," sigh. In short: The Dallas Cowboys quarterback i ... More >>
SMU's AD is crazy enough and savvy enough to produce happiness on the Hilltop
'Tis the season to thank those who helped stuff our stockings with Tony Romo
Pardon me this morning while I now turn to issues most serious and pressing, judging by the e-mails awaiting my return to the office; and here I thought we'd end the year on a solemn note. Turns out, it's all about the Jessica: A local film publicist sends word this morning that Yoko Romo's latest m ... More >>
Tony Romo makes a short, sweet journey from anonymous backup to A-list celebrity
Our fear of the unknown appears unfounded. So far.
Tony Romo's either The One or just the next one, but either way we'll savor this Sunday till the next one. OK, in deference to last week's faux fiasco, that headline is a typo. But, gulp, after watching Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo last night in Carolina, he might not be a mistake after all ... More >>
No. 3 QB Tony Romo is just happy to be here. Seriously. No, seriously.
John McEnroe has grown older, but he has never grown up
A McKinney family sues Fox for sacking a young quarterback's dream
Dallas attorney Darrell Jordan wants to cover the Cotton Bowl--anyone got $150 million to spare?
After a long history of public drunkenness and allegations of slashing two men's throats, it is time to examine the troubled practice of Dr. John Hargett