Andrew Sullivan thinks it will all come down to what the NFL covered up. I tend to agree, but I also think, with Tyler Cowen and Kevin Grier, that Small Football will fold first.
At Grantland, a great and not great venture I love and don't love, Chuck Klosterman says, repeatedly, that football's popularity has nothing to do with its violence. He also says: Now, I realize an argument can be made that eroticized violence is inherent to any collision spectator sport, and that people who love football are … Continue reading Chuck Klosterman Is Wrong About Football (and Temporal Relativity)
I scanned these from my dad's scrapbook. Pictured here are Trexler Middle School teams from 1966 and 1967, including a triumphant shot of the team as the '66 champs!
In this case, I schwicked the design element from an old edition of the real book. Image is from tadfad via Flickr. Want to crank this one out before game time. The Steelers colors are coincidental, though I always root for whatever Pennsylvania team is still in the mix. See previous post for all-original mock-up … Continue reading Book Covers For Men: Super Bowl XLV Edition