Tony Sanchez delivers a lot of messages. He’s a courier with a whistle, a columnist’s dream for notebook material, a guy who talks about eating elephants one bite at a time and walking into an alley to rumble.
UNLV concluded spring football drills Saturday under first-year coach Tony Sanchez with a showcase scrimmage at the school’s soccer complex.
UNLV coach Tony Sanchez announced his first recruiting class Wednesday, but he knows he must change a culture and win games. The best haul Sanchez landed during this recruiting season was the group of veteran assistant coaches standing at the back of the room.
One of the worst play calls in Super Bowl history sends Seattle to defeat and cements Tom Brady’s place in history.
Whatever you believe about the process from which new members of the Professional Football Hall of Fame emerge at this time each year, rarely do those selected draw negative reactions. It’s almost always a deserving group in its entirety.
On Sunday, Seattle goes for a second straight huge piece of candy. The mother of all Snickers bars. The Patriots go for a fourth.
Roger Goodell held his annual Super Bowl news conference Friday and answered questions ranging from his job performance to deflated footballs to franchise relocation to Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch refusing to engage much with reporters this week.
I never viewed Pete Carroll much of a Hamlet type, but if you’re talking about a guy whose impulse for revenge will play out mostly inside his head this week, the Seattle Seahawks coach can certainly act the part.
No longer am I a fan of the most hated NFL team in America.
They have cast their disfigured net at the College Football Hall of Fame even wider, expanded their reasoning for induction even broader, devised cursory explanations for some who are now welcome to even greater lengths. Which makes the continuing exclusion of Randall Cunningham even more absurd.