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Tag Archives: football
Each of The Weeklings’ editors respond to a single pop culture question in this wildly popular parlor game that only has one rule: complete honesty. Continue reading
Every single thing that we shouldn’t be talking about now combined in one easy-to-swallow gel cap.
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For the World Cup Final, James Irwin on the weirdness of goalies. Or: why so many writers (Camus, Nabokov) have served in soccer’s goal box.
Wherein Dennie Wendt breaks down the college football bowl schedule so hard there is literally no reason to watch a single game, let alone listen to three words from Kirk Herbstreit.
Wherein former semi-professional athlete Ron Dantomine gets his hands dirty examining the cruel underbelly of big money sports.
Everything you need to know about America’s Favorite Sport, which is less than you think.