Friday, August 29


Jerry Football

A profile of Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.

Thursday, August 28


I Was the Worst High School Quarterback Ever

The author examines his terrible football career.

Tuesday, August 26


The Right Thing to Do vs. The State of Florida

After Devaughn Darling died during a workout with the Florida State football team, his family was awarded a payout of $2 million. That was 13 years ago. Only $200,000 has come.

Thursday, August 21


You Can't Quit Cold Turkey

Jared Lorenzen was a star quarterback in college. He won a Super Bowl. And just like the author, he has spent his entire life fighting, and losing, a battle with his weight.

Sunday, August 17


The Rise of Beefcake Yoga

Once their careers end, pro wrestlers often fall into emotional and physical disrepair. One of their own, Diamond Dallas Page, has a fix.

Thursday, August 14


MLB Game-Fixing Investigation Uncovers Lies, Luck and Hard Feelings

This is what happens when you concoct game-fixing allegations against a Major League pitcher because of a perceived slight on Facebook.


Money in the Bank

Professional wrestling as the epitome of American capitalism.

Saturday, August 9


What Drives Danny Thompson?

To understand why a 64-year-old man would try and break the land speed record by traveling hundreds of miles per hour, you need to know a little something about his family.

Thursday, August 7


While The World Watched

The World Cup and Argentina’s “Dirty War.”

Wednesday, July 30


Gold In The Mud

The story of imprisoned boxer James Scott, who contended for the light heavyweight title by staging fights inside Rahway prison.

Tuesday, July 29


An Idiot in Exile

Johnny Damon, after baseball.

Sunday, July 27


Blind Ambition

Erik Weihenmayer has climbed Mount Everest, raced across the Moroccan desert, and is about to kayak the Grand Canyon’s deadliest rapids—all without being able to see.