1. Super Bowl XIII in 1979: Deja Vu All Over Again

    Steelers fans around the globe knew Sunday January 21, 1979, was going to be a special day. Their Pittsburgh Steelers and the Dallas Cowboys, the Steel Curtain and America’s Team, were meeting that afternoon in Super Bowl XIII at the Orange Bowl..

    Tim McGhee Written by Tim McGhee about over 4 years ago 2,433 reads 8 comments

  2. Just Finished Big Ben's SI Cover Article...and Thinking About Women

    I’m the guy who in a Bleacher Report article attempted to tie NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to racism after he, in my opinion, pitched Ben Roethlisberger a creampuff with his ...

    Tim McGhee Written by Tim McGhee about over 4 years ago 866 reads 28 comments

  3. Super Bowl X: Up with People? How About Swannie All Day!

    Of all the sorry…I mean “Up With People?” Talk about an exciting Super Bowl X halftime show. It was as if your church’s choir had taken off the robes to reveal Republican fashions and Mister Rogers was the choreographer...

    Tim McGhee Written by Tim McGhee about over 4 years ago 532 reads 11 comments

  4. Can You Possibly Anger Anyone Else, Mr. Goodell?

    Well, let’s just go right out and say it. With his racism-laden, axe-dropping-and-by-golly-just-missing decision to keep Ben Roethlisberger out of a fribbling six games (possibly ...

    Tim McGhee Written by Tim McGhee about over 4 years ago 490 reads 30 comments

  5. Gator Bowl: Cut the Dick Cheney Humor, Florida State

    In the middle of the 2008 presidential campaign, vice president Dick Cheney quipped to the National Press Club about his family's relationship to Barack Obama...

    Tim McGhee Written by Tim McGhee about almost 5 years ago 473 reads 3 comments

  6. West Virginia Football: Situation Normal...

    The gong was banged on Mountaineer football twice this decade, both as a result of someone, or some entity, heading for the exit...

    Tim McGhee Written by Tim McGhee about almost 5 years ago 969 reads 3 comments

  7. West Virginia Joins ACT-17 Conference Amid Big-10 Raid (Humor)

    (Morgantown, W. Va.)  The athletic department administration of West Virginia University, wishing to remain nameless for obvious reasons, combined with the president of the university, also ...

    Tim McGhee Written by Tim McGhee about almost 5 years ago 828 reads 3 comments

  8. West Virginia Football Year-End 2009 Wrap-Up

    Effective today, I am taking a leave of absence from my duties as a featured columnist covering the West Virginia University football Mountaineers for Bleacher Report...

    Tim McGhee Written by Tim McGhee about almost 5 years ago 388 reads 0 comments

  9. A Random Walk Through 2009 West Virginia Football

    In July, I issued the Waffling Flip-Flop Comment of the Year by stating that West Virginia could end up 6-and-6 or win them all and neither would surprise me. I was right.  No shocker at 9-and-3...

    Tim McGhee Written by Tim McGhee about almost 5 years ago 307 reads 0 comments

  10. Tiger Woods and Blatant Sex...Serious Business

    To the best of my knowledge, my five previous articles concerning Tiger Woods were filed under the "Humor" category. That's where they should have been. I took off my sportswriter hat and became the entertainer...

    Tim McGhee Written by Tim McGhee about almost 5 years ago 1,087 reads 2 comments

  11. Now This Is What I Call Senior Day, Tim Tebow!

    You won't play TCU, Urban Meyer?  Afraid the Spitting Lizards will stain your altar boy white unis? I'll forgive you. Just offer the BMOC as a sacrifice. I challenge your fiery leader Tim Tebow to one run...

    Tim McGhee Written by Tim McGhee about almost 5 years ago 300 reads 0 comments

  12. Which Has More Credibility, the BCS or Tiger Woods?

    You have to admit: You wouldn't buy land from either. Eldrick is up to seven now, with the most credible of those being a porn star, a woman who obviously knows her way around...

    Tim McGhee Written by Tim McGhee about almost 5 years ago 217 reads 0 comments

  13. Bobby Bowden, Tiger Woods, and The Sunshine State: Dadgummit!

    Just what does the pink sign in the photo say? a) TIGER - Need 2 tix for Bobby Bowden New Year's Day finale.  Call me Jennie 867-5309. b) TIGER - Gator Bowl, Vegas club, or a $5,000 room...

    Tim McGhee Written by Tim McGhee about almost 5 years ago 450 reads 2 comments

  14. Tiger's Fearsome Foursome: Elin, Rachel, Jaimee, and the Queen of Gen X

    The inclusion of Jaimee Grubbs in Tiger's lineup necessitates a continuation of the story. This is the third in the serial following Tiger playing football at West Virginia in 1979 and the sagas of Elin and Rachel...

    Tim McGhee Written by Tim McGhee about almost 5 years ago 1,355 reads 0 comments

  15. 1979 West Virginia, Elin, and Rachel: Cat Fight In The Hills

    This is the final installment, a continuation of "Let's Assume Tiger Woods Played Football at West Virginia in 1979." ***** Tiger snares around five Oliver Luck passes a game as his possession receiver...

    Tim McGhee Written by Tim McGhee about almost 5 years ago 613 reads 3 comments

  16. Let's Assume Tiger Woods Played Football for West Virginia in 1979

    Tiger Woods is a 33 year old man among boys. He has chosen 1979 West Virginia in which to fulfill his frustrated football fantasies because a) when you take off the flannel shirts and the Levis ...

    Tim McGhee Written by Tim McGhee about almost 5 years ago 298 reads 0 comments

  17. For West Virginia, a Win Is a Win Is a Win, but Look a Little Deeper

    Looking a little deeper at the West Virginia win over ninth-ranked Pittsburgh is essential to understanding the current state of the Mountaineer football program.   Here are the good points WVU is 8-3, and fans are disappointed...

    Tim McGhee Written by Tim McGhee about almost 5 years ago 591 reads 5 comments

  18. West Virginia: Don't Show Stew the Door, but Tell Him What It Looks Like

    I've been a major proponent of West Virginia head coach Bill Stewart, but now is the time to reconsider my position.  Not change, mind you.  I'm not going to join the Fire Bill Stewart blog, but I will seriously look at the next card...

    Tim McGhee Written by Tim McGhee about almost 5 years ago 671 reads 4 comments

  19. West Virginia-Pittsburgh: A Six-Pack Of Memories

    West Virginia University versus the University of Pittsburgh, the Backyard Brawl.  It's as bloodthirsty as college football can get.  Separated by an hour's worth of hardtop ribbon, we all know each other...

    Tim McGhee Written by Tim McGhee about almost 5 years ago 442 reads 0 comments

  20. Ohio State's Columbus, West Virginia's Morgantown: A Tale of Two Cities

    It was the best of times, it was the, well, really...it wasn't too bad. Amazingly, Charles Dickens still applies after 150 years. One city got a fair shake from the officials. The other, well, uh, not so much...

    Tim McGhee Written by Tim McGhee about almost 5 years ago 414 reads 0 comments

  21. West Virginia-Cincinnati: Hitting the Belief Point

    Final afternoon thoughts on West Virginia's most significant visit to an opponent's campus in 27 years. ***** That big guy in the picture is a winner, through and through.  The only thing wrong with Jarrett's quarterback play is his relative inexperience.

    Tim McGhee Written by Tim McGhee about almost 5 years ago 176 reads 1 comments

  22. Ohio State University: Hineygate And Civility Live Here

    Time for my very cool pilgrimage to Columbus for an Ohio State game. My good friend moved his family up there from West Virginia in 2004 for better employment possibilities. He then purchased Buckeye season passes like any good person from Cols would...

    Tim McGhee Written by Tim McGhee about almost 5 years ago 330 reads 7 comments

  23. West Virginia at Cincinnati: No Upset Alert Here

    Run, don't walk, away from your sports book representative on this West Virginia at Cincinnati game.  The 10 points aren't worth diddly.  No upset alert here...

    Tim McGhee Written by Tim McGhee about almost 5 years ago 394 reads 6 comments

  24. West Virginia: A Win Is a Win Is a Win, but This Is Getting Ridiculous

    "Winning ugly" is a descriptive phrase referring to a method by which a team does everything it can to lose, but still ends up on the top end of the score...

    Tim McGhee Written by Tim McGhee about almost 5 years ago 280 reads 2 comments

  25. West Virginia Football: We've Been Here Before and It Turned Out Okay

    This article is not a game recap, but it bears repeating these facts: West Virginia cornerback Keith Tandy was rolled and smoked twice by one singular Bulls wideout, Carlton Mitchell...

    Tim McGhee Written by Tim McGhee about almost 5 years ago 366 reads 2 comments