The last major memory I have of Tim Tebow on a football field is of him shredding the Pittsburgh Steelers in the opening round of the 2012 National Football League playoffs.
When the Duke University men’s basketball team lost two consecutive games during a three-day period in mid-January, some people acted like the sky was falling.
If you’ve followed the Atlanta Braves over the past few years, you’re well aware that in recent offseasons, the front office has tried its darndest to add offensive firepower to the team’s lineup.
For over half of my life, J.J. Redick has been my favorite basketball player. Ever since he stepped on the court at Duke University in the winter of 2002, I have pretty much followed his every move both on and off the court.