How we pay for things at a hockey game.
All of these things are not like the other.
"Neil Smith collected 133 tackles and 1412 sacks while anchoring Nebraska’s defensive line from 1985-87."
I feel like a dick when I do this, because I’ve been on the receiving end of mockery for my online writing mistakes, but the creative math on display at the Omaha World-Herald made my day.
“Thx for the gift. I’m only going to eat this whole bag to support KU.”
I can’t decide if this is about Peyton Manning or Tim Tebow. Or both.
“When Scott Heggart came out he was surprised at the reaction of fellow hockey players on his Ottawa minor-league team.
The sports-loving teen had spent years worrying about how family and friends would react to his sexuality. But he mostly worried about what his athletic teammates would say.
Heggart recently told the Ottawa Citizen he’d learned quickly in sports that the worst thing is to be a fag or homo. But when he eventually opened a Facebook account, changed his relationship status and shared a photo of his boyfriend, a strange thing happened.
Heggart received one private message from a friend: “What you did man, it takes a lot of courage and I’m proud of you. And I’ve been talking to a lot of people and they all say the same thing.”
I get restless when there’s no hoops on. So I come up with grandiose ideas that sometimes work, sometimes don’t. The latest idea worked at least once, so I’m ahead of the game. Here’s a story of basketball and the heart from Joanna, a point guard from Poland.
Earlier today, I put out a request for basketball stories from around the world. I am pleased to say that Joanna from Poland, proprietor of the tumblr itsnotjustagame12 (motto: If you took my heart out, it would be a basketball), is the first to answer my call. She apologized for her…