Daily Roundup: June 30
Jun 30, 2017

Daily Roundup: June 30

Your quick hits for June 30: 2017 Friendship Games Aim to Score Peace. Eli Manning, the Giants and a legal battle over game-worn memorabilia. One writer’s plea to Tiger: Don’t try to play golf anymore. Away from the NFL spotlight, financial ruin drove Clinton Portis to the brink of murder. Adrian Wojnarowski explains decision to [...]

2017 Friendship Games Aim to Score Peace
Jun 29, 2017

2017 Friendship Games Aim to Score Peace

The 2017 Friendship Games in Eilat, Israel begin this week.

Daily Roundup: June 29
Jun 29, 2017

Daily Roundup: June 29

Your quick hits for June 29: Legendary Sports Writers of the Golden Age review. Sportscaster James Brown explains his incredible 74-pound weight loss. Soccer’s ugly sexism is keeping women from coaching the beautiful game. Vince Young’s journey north to rewrite the ending of his football career. Big chill: The Freeze blazes path to stardom.  

Daily Roundup: June 28
Jun 28, 2017

Daily Roundup: June 28

Your quick hits for June 28: Is there still a place for ladies night in baseball? The future of U.S. swimming is 6 feet 9, 17 years old . . . and African-American How Allen Iverson finally found his way home. With Brent Musburger, a $10,000 raise could’ve changed sports journalism history What is the future of [...]

Legendary Sports Writers of the Golden Age Review
Jun 27, 2017

Legendary Sports Writers of the Golden Age Review

Although Congdon’s book is ostensibly about the writing of four giants of sports journalism–Grantland Rice, Red Smith, Shirley Povich and W.C. Heinz—the scope is really far broader.