Sports Analogies Hidden In Classic Movies – Volume 125: “Excalibur”
A kooky old man and a “boy” king. Merlin and Arthur…or Al Davis and Lane Kiffin? You be the judge.
Sports Analogies Hidden In Classic Movies – Volume 119: “Gus”
You’ll get a kick out of a football-playing mule leading to a tale of the revolution which ended up in the creation of a billion-viewer sporting event!
20 Important Battles In Military History And Their Sporting Equivalents: #15 to #11
“Wide World of Sports” brought us “the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat.” If there were a “Wide World of War,” it could use the same tagline.
Sports Analogies Hidden In Classic Movies: Episode 19 – The Various Versions of “A Star Is Born”
How many versions of the Oakland/Los Angeles/Oakland/Las Vegas Raiders are we going to get?
Guest Column: Al Davis “I’m Not the Only One Who Hated Lane Kiffin”
Now that I’m dead, I can finally tell the story about how I hate that smarmy little cocksucker Lane Kiffin. First off, I should have never hired that little asshole. … Continue reading
The Dubsism Top Fifteen Sports Stories of 2011
Being that we are at the end of what has proven to be a tumultuous twelve months, why not take a look back at the biggest sports stories of such … Continue reading
Why Al Davis Is So Important to the History of Professional Football
There will never be another NFL figure like Al Davis. I would be lying if I said that I never criticized Davis. Just a few months ago, I included him … Continue reading
The 15 Worst Sports Owners Not Named McCourt or Wilpon
Editor’s Note: This article is a collaborative effort between Dubsism and Ryan Meehan from First Order Historians. Ryan also has his own blog, East End Philadelphia, which is featured in our BlogRoll and … Continue reading
Teams That Grind My Gears: The Chicago White Sox
Now that the race in the American League Central is all but over, it is really time to eulogize the White Sox; by “eulogize” I mean point out why the … Continue reading
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