Those who would invoke Martin Luther King to condemn Colin Kaepernick should look to their history first.
The Super Bowl has become a capitalist extravaganza of advertising, peculiarly interrupted by some men running about on a field chasing a ball.
It was as simple as revenge, honor, and the joy of simple, all-out, bloodthirsty competition on the field.
Germany is not the only team to open up the meaning of nationality
If the vuvuzelas are where the line is to be drawn, where, exactly, do the antics of British fans fall?
In the dark, all you can do is remember and smile.
Both sides are so blissfully wedded to their ideological positions that women become little more than props.
Roy Keane has been a sobering voice.
Networks of conservative white men almost universally prefer other conservative white men as football head coaches.
Dom looks for backup, but is left hanging in the cigarette smoke.