Imagine a sports league where players call the shots. No out-of-touch three- or four-letter organization telling athletes what they can and can’t do, where to go or how to play. No bureaucracy; just sports.
If not for the COVID-19 pandemic sweeping the nation, this past weekend likely would have featured the most surprising and balanced opening weekend in recent NCAA tournament history.
The odds of completing a perfect March Madness bracket are one in 2.4 trillion. A person has a better chance of becoming the President of the United States or being crushed to death by a vending machine.
- No cure for mediocrity
- You don’t know your own fans, Shad Khan
- Dan Mullen -- football coach or puppeteer?
- God, (please) bless the XFL
- Thanks for everything, Kobe
- A case of missing identity plagues the Gators
- No one fanbase should have all that power
- It is time to say “Ok, Boomer” to the NCAA
- Start times and commercial breaks made the national championship hard to watch
- CFP Title Game picks column
- The Pats dynasty may be over
- Picks Column: Championship Week
- It was the people here
- I love you, Independent Florida Alligator. I’ll miss ya
- Thanks for the memories
- Keep fighting the good fight. It will all be worth it in the end
- Florida should be ranked higher
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- Dear Holloway: Not all media is the same