There's an old saying, "You can lead a hairless cat to pick March Madness games, but you can't make that hairless cat pick winners," and that saying proved itself true last week.
The most important thing to remember, as Tim Tebow's career makes its official transition into farce, is that it was already, and always, a joke.
Ward was the concussion era's Archie Bunker, the closest we ever came to having a pro-head-trauma advocate.
Suarez has done and said some stupid things in his career, but just like you'd never tell a child that he's a "piece of shit," you wouldn't say it about Suarez with any real certainty.
It's just as dramatic, but much more "real" and three times as drunk.
Everyone is looking for the next Tom Brady, a sixth-round pick who rose from professional obscurity to become the touchdown-throwing, supermodel-impregnating machine he is today.
There are big balls to discuss this week. We look at March Madness upsets, Italians overrunning the NFL, and the Net's shiny new arena.
The hatred between Glasgow's "Old Firm" sides is the most famous in world soccer.
Jose Canseco answered some questions for us while playing poker.
Olive went 11-for-16 in her picks yesterday. Your bracket may be doing better, but that just means you are marginally better at picking games than a hairless cat is.
Like the Knicks' season, it seemed doomed from the start.
March Madness is not the sort of thing that can be reasoned with, or through. You fall into it, like a David Lynch movie, or a conversation, or a bad habit.
Some media outlets enlist entire staffs of college basketball experts and "bracketologists" to pick NCAA tournament games. We hired a hairless cat.
This little bonus feature was filmed in late 2006, before the first Epicly Later'd even aired. The video features Javier Nunez leading Patrick on a tour of Supreme LA, all the while giving us insight into his idea of great customer service.
The only thing worse than Carmelo Anthony in the last week is the new law requiring condoms in porn.
Bob Reilly's reign of old-codger squeamishness is finally coming to an end.
This week in all things concerning sweaty men playing with balls, we look at Yu Darvish, the sexy new redheaded Japanese pitcher for the Rangers.
Spring Training is the recycling plant for a thousand old story lines.
He attracts Brooklyn couples with artisanal babies made from free-range semen, for starters.
The NCAA Tournament is often terrible basketball, but even bad basketball is better than anything else when it is played by emotional teenagers from the boonies, chasing a futile dream.
Jacob Rosenberg was the main man behind the video camera for the first two Plan B videos, Questionable and Virtual Reality. He got his start helping out with H Street videos and the Blind video.
This ex-baseball player is so dim, it's hard to say whether he knew he was going to jail, even when he was sitting in front of a judge being told he was going to jail.
The big balls keep bouncing on. This week we talk injury bounties in the NFL, baseball's Spring Training, and a would-be heartwarming hockey story that ends in a blowout.
The Burton US Open is one of the most storied events in snowboarding and has been traditionally held at Stratton, VT for the past 30 years. A lot of things have happened at the USO: old school downhill racing, the first machine-dug halfpipe, keg parties,