Rams vs. Patriots in Super Bowl LIII was a stressful spectacle. I was cheering hard for my patriarch's hometown club. Los Angeles' loss is the reason why this particular championship game was a disappointment. Media and wannabe's are calling it a snoozefest, a stinkfest, and a borefest. And these are exactly the kinds of comments … Continue reading Super Bowl LIII was only one kind of ‘fest’
Two theories centred on sports may - nay, likely will! - have implications on everyday life.
If you ask me (which no one has, but I've gone ahead and asked myself in the off-chance that someone would ask me) I would stand for the flag amidst the recent string of hoopla taking place in the NFL. The flag doesn't represent the problems in America, it represents America and the people that … Continue reading Challenge flag for the ruling of US flag etiquette
Over the course of my first few months here in Wrocław, Poland, I slowly assumed the role as head coach of a rookie American football team in Oleśnica, Poland, about 30 minute drive east of the city. Olesnica, Poland The team was founded by Babatunde Aiyegbusi, a massive Polish-Nigerian whose short highlight tape landed him … Continue reading The Story of American Football in Oleśnica