1. Hank Williams Jr.: ESPN's Rebuke Is Comical Without Singer's Permanent Exit

    Since 1989, “All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight” by Hank Williams, Jr. served as the opening theme song to ESPN’s Monday Night Football...

    Michael Jee Written by Michael Jee about 3 years ago 236 reads 3 comments

  2. NFL Gets Better with More Inclusive Non-Discrimination Policy

    The NFL enacted significant change and progress to its non-discrimination policy in the new Collective Bargaining Agreement ...

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  3. Report on Crime in College Football Exposes Brazen Double Standard in Sport

    Sports Illustrated and CBS News recently released a report on the criminal records of college football players...

    Michael Jee Written by Michael Jee about over 3 years ago 1,546 reads 15 comments

  4. BYU's Suspension of Brandon Davies Functions As Justifiable Case of Cruel Irony

    Brandon Davies was not even born the last time BYU (27-3, 13-2 Mountain West) vaulted to No. 3 in the ranking. That ascension occurred during the 1987-88 season, a full three years before Davies’ birth...

    Michael Jee Written by Michael Jee about over 3 years ago 1,589 reads 2 comments

  5. LA Clippers: For Donald Sterling, the Best History To Consider Is His Own

    It would appear Black History Month ended with February’s conclusion. Not so for Los Angeles Clippers’ owner Donald Sterling...

    Michael Jee Written by Michael Jee about over 3 years ago 1,806 reads 10 comments

  6. NFL Owners Responsible for Starting Bad Faith Negotiations and Potential Lockout

    Arlington, Texas, can lay claim to hosting the most-watched television program in Super Bowl XLV, despite some major problems ranging from uncooperative winter weather to an unprofessional ticket fiasco...

    Michael Jee Written by Michael Jee about almost 4 years ago 1,234 reads 24 comments

  7. Green Bay Packers' Support of Public Workers Reflect Publicly Owned History

    Update: Charles Woodson, team captain and pro bowl cornerback, has declared his support for Wisconsin's public workers through an individual public statement. Woodson is one of the team's elected representatives to the players' union...

    Michael Jee Written by Michael Jee about almost 4 years ago 1,096 reads 19 comments

  8. North Carolina's Loss to Duke A Temporary Setback in A Season of Growing Pains

    The Battle of the Blues’ latest installment almost mirrored the clash at Cameron Indoor in 2006. Five years ago, a young, promising UNC team with Tyler Hansbrough faced off against their more experienced, senior-led team that included J...

    Michael Jee Written by Michael Jee about almost 4 years ago 655 reads 8 comments

  9. NFL, Super Bowl Host Committee Should Condemn and Combat Human Trafficking

    A variety of traditions characterize Super Bowl Sunday, the unofficial sports holiday in America. Besides the obvious viewing of the game, much of these beloved, common customs ...

    Michael Jee Written by Michael Jee about almost 4 years ago 977 reads 4 comments

  10. Larry Drew II Arrived As an Enigma at North Carolina and Departed Just the Same

    If there is ever a remake of the film The Blind Side , Hollywood should consult Larry Drew II for the next adaptation. According to Fox Sports’ Jeff Goodman, Larry Drew Sr...

    Michael Jee Written by Michael Jee about almost 4 years ago 5,723 reads 11 comments

  11. Tennessee Volunteers Derek Dooley Made Avoidable Mistake With Verbal Gaffe

    In the Harry Potter novels, Voldemort is also known as “He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named.” In Tennessee Volunteers football lore, Lane Kiffin equals Lord Voldemort...

    Michael Jee Written by Michael Jee about 4 years ago 1,548 reads 18 comments

  12. New York Yankees: Bleacher Creatures Force Play on Empire State of Mind

    Update: The New York Daily News has reported that the Yankees and the Bleacher Creatures have come to an agreement to end their controversial tradition...

    Michael Jee Written by Michael Jee about 4 years ago 920 reads 0 comments

  13. Sex, Lies, and Videotape: Should the Modern Jock Save Marriage for Retirement?

    Common belief states that 50 percent of marriages end in divorce. While relatively true, this statistic’s interpretation deserves consideration of various specific conditions ...

    Michael Jee Written by Michael Jee about 4 years ago 386 reads 0 comments

  14. The Top 50 North Carolina Tar Heels of All-Time

    Even your fair-weather college basketball fan knows that the North Carolina Tar Heels boast one of the most storied programs in history...

    Michael Jee Written by Michael Jee about over 4 years ago 35,735 reads 14 comments

  15. How Does Ed Davis' Departure to the NBA Affect UNC?

    The college basketball world knows by now that Ed Davis officially announced his decision to leave for the NBA. Multiple media sources have stated that Davis plans on hiring an agent, so the possibility of a last-minute return is nonexistent...

    Michael Jee Written by Michael Jee about over 4 years ago 1,030 reads 7 comments

  16. No Expectations: All the North Carolina Tar Heels Ever Needed?

    Where are the North Carolina Tar Heels of this season, and what have you done with them? I pose this question because the UNC team featured in the NIT hardly resembles the team from barely a fortnight ago...

    Michael Jee Written by Michael Jee about over 4 years ago 701 reads 5 comments

  17. Larry Drew II's Fighting Words Better Served by On-Court Action

    Too much of a good thing has led to spoilage in the fan base, says Larry Drew II. In a recent interview with a local paper, Drew asserted that North Carolina fans were generally spoiled—fashioned into a whine-and-cheese crowd by a golden history..

    Michael Jee Written by Michael Jee about over 4 years ago 1,534 reads 16 comments

  18. Time to Forgive and Forget for UNC, No Circular Firing Squad

    With the ACC Tournament now a thing of the past, North Carolina will have plenty of time to reflect on how this season developed, or more aptly, fell apart...

    Michael Jee Written by Michael Jee about over 4 years ago 298 reads 3 comments

  19. Kevin Laue's Singlehanded Dedication to Personal Dream Inspires Others

    Whatever the sport, Kevin Laue’s competition—even his teammates—always enjoyed leverage over him. Laue was born with only one arm. Laue grew up in Pleasanton, California and exhibited an interest in sports at an early age...

    Michael Jee Written by Michael Jee about over 4 years ago 183 reads 0 comments

  20. UNC-Duke: Recounting the Best of the 2000s in Sports' Greatest Rivalry

    To me, North Carolina-Duke will forever remain the greatest sports rivalry on earth—amateur and professional sports included—no if’s, and’s, or but’s attached...

    Michael Jee Written by Michael Jee about over 4 years ago 11,091 reads 29 comments

  21. Marcus Ginyard, Deon Thompson Mark Curtain Call With UNC's 2,000th Win

      Unknown to most except the most diehard Tar Heels fans, North Carolina’s roster includes six seniors. Two of them, Marcus Ginyard and Deon Thompson, have regularly seen action and contributed ...

    Michael Jee Written by Michael Jee about over 4 years ago 287 reads 1 comments

  22. Are the 2010 North Carolina Tar Heels the Worst NCAA Defending Champs Ever?

    With today’s 71-67 loss to the Boston College Eagles—their ninth in 11 games—the North Carolina Tar Heels guaranteed that they would finish the season with a losing ACC record for the first time since 2002...

    Michael Jee Written by Michael Jee about over 4 years ago 2,556 reads 13 comments

  23. Dear NBC: Please Explain Your Poor Winter Olympics Coverage

    Everyone pretty much knows the most prestigious winter sporting event occurs every four years in the form of the Winter Olympics...

    Michael Jee Written by Michael Jee about almost 5 years ago 1,011 reads 5 comments

  24. Ed Davis' Wrist Injury May Equal Blessing in Disguise for UNC

    Could the season get any worse for the struggling, confidence-sapped North Carolina Tar Heels? Of course it can, and it did. On Friday, Feb...

    Michael Jee Written by Michael Jee about almost 5 years ago 1,260 reads 3 comments

  25. Don't Write Off UNC So Quickly, For All Is Not Lost for the Tar Heels

    I read and heard it already: Many a seasoned sports analyst and novice fair-weather fan has written North Carolina’s obituary—halfway through the conference schedule...

    Michael Jee Written by Michael Jee about almost 5 years ago 728 reads 9 comments