Well unlike Dan, I didn't ask. Frankly, I'm not at all clear on just what an RSS feed is anyway. Nevertheless, because that annoying little prat Loney asked about it, they sent me a reply to a question I didn't actually ask. Anyway, so I'm...
So I asked the Power That Be, "How does one go about updating their RSS feed for my blog?" And came the response: And so I did.
And so were nine other people. And that isn't even the fight I want to start. That was last year. Beau Dure asked in a...
As with all major sporting events, the followup to Sunday's Superbowl has consisted of the endless, excruciatingly painful prattling of the hundreds, maybe thousands, of retired jocks and blow-dried sycophants with "broadcast journalism degrees"...
Not so long ago, Rochester New York was one of the brilliant success stories of American soccer. An A League/USL 1 city (and former NASL venue) where the average attendance of almost 11,000 regularly topped many MLS teams, the Rhinos were also...
So Andrea posted a clip with Antonio "Zinha" Naelson. You'd think someone who hadn't beaten their archrival since God was a boy would go easy with the Brazilian...
One of the things I absolutely detest about baseball and football Hall of Fame voting is when people say "They need to wait a year or two." A player either is or is not a Hall of Famer. You're not going to see anything more out of them. "Yeah,...
From the keyboard of the incomparable Steve Sirk, one of my favorite writers, comes a suggestion that we can all agree with.
Paul Garofolo, former President of the Cleveland Force MISL franchise and current President of Wolstein Sports and Entertainment insists the Cleveland MLS bid is not dead, but at the moment it's pretty tough to find a pulse. The politicians,...
Hello. Welcome to Discredited American Soccer Theories. Yesterday we featured "Soccer's Future Is Indoors." Now that's a truly discredited American soccer theory. Today's discredited American soccer theory:
Michael Bradley is only...