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New Face Hits Thursday Night Football

I apologize for having to redirect you to another link for this story but I had to do this article in Storify for class purposes. I actually wanted to broadcast this but Storify won’t let me embed it into here so… Fiddlesticks? 23 more words



I like playing golf. However, I will admit not having for quite a while. This is largely due to the fact that where I was living there were only private courses for the rich. 152 more words


10 Days Before the #NFLdraft: #NFL TV Thoughts #NFLNetwork

We are headed towards the NFL Draft.  Haven’t been able to follow it as closely this year since Path To The Draft on the NFL Network has sucked this year and is so bad we stopped watching it. 106 more words


Remembering Arnold Palmer

Sunday at the Masters.

I walked my first 9 holes of the year this morning with Alex, hitting some good shots. When I got home I brewed an iced tea and lemonade, also known as an  42 more words

Nick Momrik

Did Jim Nantz Force Phil Simms Out Because Of A Playoff Game Fart?

A lot of eyebrows were raised when it was announced that Tony Romo would replace Phil Simms during CBS’ weekly NFL coverage. Simms has been paired with Jim Nantz for years, and while he wasn’t exactly the most popular analyst on television, it was still interesting when word came out that he was going to be replaced by someone who has never been in a booth before. 384 more words


3rd Down Rush: Did CBS demote Phil Simms because he farted on Jim Nantz? Beast Mode wants to return in Oakland

Trying to make sense of one of the most bizarre television segments in Phil Simms’ penultimate game as lead CBS analyst and Marshawn Lynch’s desire to get back on the field. 558 more words


What is Happening in This Profoundly Awkward Jim Nantz-Phil Simms Live Shot?

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With Tony Romo getting the No.1 NFL analyst gig at CBS, Jim Nantz and Phil Simms are no longer broadcast partners. Here is one of their on-camera interactions during the AFC Wild Card game between the Miami Dolphins and Pittsburgh Steelers. 32 more words