“I have feelings too.”

E.J. Liddell was already hurting. His Ohio State Buckeyes had suffered a 75-72 overtime loss to Oral Roberts in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Liddell had scored a team-leading 23 points and grabbed 14 rebounds. However, he also had the club’s last two turnovers, one with 1:24 left in regulation and another halfwayContinue reading ““I have feelings too.””

A Sweet Update

I continue to look for work, preferably in sports journalism, although I am open to other opportunities. In fact, one such opportunity has just opened up, as Candy Funhouse is advertising for a part-time, remote “candyologist.” “Candidates should have enthusiasm and eagerness to try confectionary products. We are looking for honest and objective opinions onContinue reading “A Sweet Update”

Busy Day Before Blue Jackets/Bolts

There’s been enough news today to leave Blue Jackets fans dizzy, and that’s even before Columbus skates in their first meeting with Tampa Bay since sweeping the Lightning out of last year’s playoffs. Most notably, there was the word that defenseman Seth Jones suffered a fracture and ankle sprain during a sliding collision with theContinue reading “Busy Day Before Blue Jackets/Bolts”

Jones Wraps Up His All-Star Weekend

Blue Jackets defenseman Seth Jones led his team in points, had a hand in four of the Metropolitan Division’s goals with a score and three assists, but still saw his team lose to the Atlantic 9-5 in a semifinal at the 2020 All-Star Game. The Atlantic would later fall 5-4 in the title game, allowingContinue reading “Jones Wraps Up His All-Star Weekend”

KJ Hill: “The Guy Who Won the Week”

You may have seen some of the tweets regarding KJ Hill’s big week during Senior Bowl practice, and while no words can sum up his performance like video of his one-handed grab, PFF lead Mike Renner may have come close. “It’s a very deep group here at the Senior Bowl,” Renner told the NFL Network.Continue reading “KJ Hill: “The Guy Who Won the Week””

Elvis’s Wild Ride Continues

Blue Jackets goaltender Elvis Merzlinkins was named the NHL’s Second Star of the week. He won all three games in which he played and recorded a 0.67 goals-against average, a .982 save percentage, and two shutouts. The only thing keeping Merzlinkins from being the First Star was Alex Ovechkin’s back-to-back hat tricks. The Washington forwardContinue reading “Elvis’s Wild Ride Continues”

Buckeyes In The Super Bowl

Ohio State continues to send players to the Super Bowl. Nick Bosa obviously headlines the list of Buckeyes in the big game this year. The second overall draft pick for San Francisco had nine sacks during the regular season, and has already added three in the postseason. After three years with the Jets, Darron LeeContinue reading “Buckeyes In The Super Bowl”