Phish is a rock band that formed 30 years ago. Russell Wilson is the 25-year-old quarterback for the Seattle Seahawks. What’s the connection? Paul Camarata and Chris Weaver explain the story behind their new film, “Phish and Russell Wilson.”
Few pundits predicted the San Diego Chargers to be among the final eight teams competing for the Super Bowl. Now, few pundits expect them to compete against the Denver Broncos. But the San Diego Union-Tribune’s Nick Canepa explains why he thinks the Chargers can keep beating the odds.
Why did Aaron Rodgers feel the need to respond to a rumor about his sexuality? Sports on Earth’s Will Leitch weighs in, calling the sports world the “last closet in American culture.”
After last season’s replacement-officials fiasco, the AP’s Barry Wilner hoped that 2013 would be “one of the best” for NFL officiating. Instead, it’s been another disappointment. Wilner speaks with Bill Littlefield about the officials he believes might be the worst in pro sports.
We’ve come to expect NFL teams who missed the playoffs to jettison their head coaches this time of year. But five in one day? Bill Littlefield offers a verse to those who are now looking for work.
Snow at the Super Bowl? It’s no problem … at least not according to officials in New Jersey. Steve Politi of the Newark Star-Ledger joins Bill Littlefield to discuss the NFL’s elaborate Super Bowl snow removal contingencies.
Since it opened in 1960, San Francisco’s Candlestick Park has been known for its howling winds and frigid temperatures. Even so, San Francisco 49ers fans have been having a hard time saying goodbye.
At 12-2, the Seattle Seahawks boast the NFL’s best record. But can they deliver Seattle its first championship since 1979? Jerry Brewer of the Seattle Times makes his predictions.
Last week Major League Baseball unveiled a new rule aimed at reducing head injuries. Bill Littlefield hopes more changes in other sports are on the way in 2014.
An excerpt from ‘Offensive Conduct: My Life on the Line” by John Hannah.