Colin K.L. joins Matt Weber to break-down the Bears tough O.T. loss to Jesus Tebow and the Broncos — while previewing Week 15’s match-up with Seattle.
News and notes regarding The Donald, Newt, Iowa and the importance of poll results from this stage in the GOP race.
In case you did not realize this or your head has been in the clouds, professional sports is a business, not a “kid’s game” you would play for nothing. Once you establish those parameters, you realize that being a player, particularly in the National Football League, is the biggest of big business, where the earning power and your career can be shattered on any given play. This brings me to Matt Forte.
David Stern was absolutely correct in vetoing the Chris Paul to the Lakers trade. Wait! Before you click the “X” in the upper right hand corner of this browser, or libel me a lackey for the the NBA/Stern, at least finish the column.
I’ll admit it. I know there are several ideas about a playoff to determine a college football national champion, whether they use a 4-team, 8-team, 16-team, 32-team or more format. I also know that the powers-that-be in college football (including the almighty ESPN — who currently hold the broadcast rights for the BCS) have no interest whatsoever in implementing a playoff. They simply like it the way it is. Well, guess what? No one else does.
Santo didn’t have the eye-popping numbers that elicit a Hall of Fame feeling. He had very good numbers, and he played a very good all-around game. But he’s suddenly in the Hall of Fame — because he’s dead.