Don't be cynical: Sending a pizza stone to a quarterback you like represents a relatively sane, meaningful expression of fandom.
The worst ad of the night should worry anyone who wants the league to reform.
And all I got was a super-bloody lesson in cultural history, media decline, and medical ethics.
The retiring coach didn't rely on tricks or gimmicks: He simply recruited well and took joy in the game.
Brett Ratner's a jerk and Eddie Murphy's out of touch, but they could have made for a great awards show
In 'Drive,' he plays a marble-mouthed weirdo, just like he does in every film
More exciting than the Super Bowl or the first day of March Madness, this weekend's college gridiron extravaganza is peerless
Think Sunday night's Golden Globes were offensive? Check out MacDonald's opening monologue at the 1998 sports awards ceremony.
Why musicians should stop seeing "The Star-Spangled Banner" as a performance
Why this weekend's 54 games make it superior to other major athletic events