The End of an Era in D.C.

It wasn’t that long ago when residents of the D.C. area were singing praises about their young Heisman winning quarterback’s amazing skills leading the 2012 Washington Professional Football Team (WPFT) to a 10-6 record and their first playoff berth since 2007. It was an easy story to fall in love with; they had the read option, the most explosive QB… Read more →

The Universal Spoiler Law

GOTW Notes: Sometimes in life I feel inclined to take a non-serious position on a semi-serious subject that is written in a serious way. Got all that? Good, let us continue on..   There are all sorts of laws that govern this Universe: “what goes up must come down”, “An object in motion must stay in motion until blah blah…”,… Read more →

Soccer, The Wave of The Future?

Americans are used to dominating the sports landscape. We smash the Olympics, FIBA Basketball World Cups and even name our winning teams “world champions” even though they only compete nationally. The issue at hand is that the same dominance has escaped us when it comes to soccer. Outside of middle-aged mothers who drive minivans, futbol has had a tough time reaching the masses… Read more →

Not Another Sports Column… My Strange Sports Allegiances

The word fan is short for fanatic, which I always thought was a bit of an obsessive sounding word. Even though I’m from the east coast with the more sports-obsessed culture, I never considered myself a fanatic. I guess it was just my way of being a self-righteous 20-something. We are all fanatics in a sense; we bleed, scream, argue,… Read more →

The Conspiracy Theorist’s Guide to How The Spurs Won The West

  Guyonthwall logic: While most conspiracy theories are fun to ponder, debate, and discuss, they are usually lacking in the whole “evidence” department. A conspiracy theory can be built off of any historical moment with a plot hole: Kennedy Assassination, Moon Landing etc… but while the conspiracy theorist can build a case off of a few solid facts, usually the… Read more →