Monthly Archives: January 2009

Live Blog: Bill Simmons’ Live Chat

It has been established by now that I will live blog nearly anything.

But I don’t believe anyone’s ever done this. Continue reading


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Live Blog: Down Under, Roger Federer and Andy Roddick Sweat It Out

Australian Open Men’s Semifinal: Roger Federer vs. Andy Roddick


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Whither Vince Young?

With the news that Tennessee wants Kerry Collins as its 2009 starter, it’s time to ask the hard question about one of sport’s most conflicted talents.

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Matt Cassel: The Humblest Who in Whoville

Either Matt Cassel’s being genuine, or he’s an idiot. Let’s dissect. Continue reading

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Sports Stars, Mainstream Media Members, and Blogging Brethren: Sweet Tweets

I was inspired to do this by recent articles.

Deadspin had two posts on Sunday from Twitter. That plane in the Hudson was a watershed moment for TwitPic. And Barack Obama’s inauguration yesterday overloaded Twitter in general.

Clearly, as a microblogging/thought-casting app, Twitter’s at a critical mass. Continue reading

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Filed under Bloggers, Media Personalities, Social Media, Whimsy

The Return of Tebow (And Others?)

Gatorsports has it. Set phasers to hate.

But are Percy Harvin and Brandon Spikes also returning? Continue reading

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Recruits Don’t Make Passes at Statues Without Glasses

The famously bespectacled Joe Paterno may be seeing his last days on the horizon. Surely, more than one of his team’s less inspired performances has been described as the blind leading the blind.

And if you groaned at those, just wait until today’s surfeit of witty opthamological observations.

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The Arena’s Guide to and Review of the New

You’ve noticed, I’m sure, that has changed.

I have, too, and I’d like to show you how, explain to you why, and equip you with what you need to get the most out of the new site. Continue reading


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