It's never a good thing to read an Associated Press story on you and see the words 'serial adultery'. Just not good.
The Louisiana Superdome, once a poster of ineptitude and disaster, has been enjoying - and is destined to continue enjoying - grand times in recent days.
One of the great lines in racing is "rubbin' is racin'. What a motto. Well, one of the great relationships in racing is that between NASCAR and Goodyear.
Those bean-counters with the NHL are a smilin' bunch these days because their audience likes them.
Let me be clear about two points: I don't like winter and I don't like my Super Bowl played in the winter - and certainly not outside in the winter.
Here we are in the early stages of the NHL regular season and we're already looking forward to the early stages of 2012.
This is the third consecutive year the NFL has had a compaign in conjunction with Cancer Awareness Month through its partnership with the American Cancer Society.
We've reported previously on this: the 2011 Carrier Classic, held on the USS Carl Vinson on Veterans Day. Well, it has a new name: the 2011 Quicken Loans Carrier Classic.
It seems we hear almost daily of another twist on the social media and sports game and here's another one.
The NFL is real football; fantasy football is not. But tell the enthusiast who can't wait for his or her fantasy draft, or the results ever week, that isn't real and they'll hang up on you.
Walmart says it serves customers and members more than 200 million times per week. It has stores everywhere. NASCAR has fans everywhere.
It's tough to find too much bad news when it comes to business and the NFL, but if there is one item of note, the league says it's about to change.
Don't count me in for Halloween, even the kids at the door looking for candy get-up.
One is a product that has been brewed at the same place for over 250 years. The other is recognized as the pinnacle of a pro football career. Both need and otherwise cater to fans.
There's no disputing the wide extent to which the NFL is followed by a growing female fan base. Just ask The Warden.
One of the most curious interviews I conducted at the Super Bowl - which you can see in our video features on the home page - was of former NFL star Kyle Turley.
That has to be the reason behind Dunkin' Donuts now sponsoring a segment in ESPN's Monday Night Countdown. Actually, there are two: One, the night crew.
I love the, what, 11 or 12 jobs I have these days, but have to admit I'd turn them all in for what Joe Cahn does for a living: serve as the Commissioner of Tailgating.
I get reaching out to new markets and demographics to grow your business, particularly when you're the lowly New York Islanders.
Recently read an article in which it was suggested sports is one of the few industries of growth in the US economy.
If it appears to you there are college football games on television wherever you turn on Saturdays, you're right. If it seems there are a lot of fans at those games, you're right again.
Yes, even the NFL seemed impressed when ESPN added $800 million a year to its MNF deal with an extension of their broadcasting rights. You may be happy too.
OK, maybe not the Jags, but the company that has their stadium naming rights, Everbank.
Forget about early-season struggles or endless chatter about what they mean. There are more important things, like why are the Pitt football revenue and expense numbers this relatively out of whack.
The Chargers were one of the original members of the AFL. We all remember the classic names, style of play and uniforms.