Archive: March 15, 2009 - March 21, 2009
Overtime is one of the areas in which I believe the NCAA has surged past the NFL in being more fan-friendly and fairer to the teams, themselves.
By Rob Rang | March 20, 2009; 2:12 PM ET | Comments (0)
Eliminate regular-season overtime altogether. You play sixty minutes, and if it's all even, that's it.
By Doug Farrar | March 20, 2009; 1:29 AM ET | Comments (2)
I always thought the rule only needed to be modified just a wee bit: ensure both teams get at least one possession in OT.
By TOP COMMENTER | March 19, 2009; 3:58 PM ET | Comments (0)
Kornheiser proposes his OT reformation plan, Wilbon sees no need to change it.
By Kornheiser & Wilbon | March 19, 2009; 11:16 AM ET | Comments (1)
Why not keep what the NFL has, but make the winning team need to score six points in overtime instead of three?
By Dan Levy | March 19, 2009; 10:59 AM ET | Comments (1)
They can be a waste of time for established veterans whose time could be better spent resting, or in some cases healing
By Gene Wang | March 18, 2009; 12:27 PM ET | Comments (0)
Do the PR people and the equipment people take six months off? Does the GM take six months off? (okay, that's debatable for many teams.)
By Dan Levy | March 18, 2009; 12:02 PM ET | Comments (1)
The whole exercise may seem repetitive and boring, but it does get everyone in pre-draft shape.
By Doug Farrar | March 18, 2009; 12:00 PM ET | Comments (0)
The best aspect of both the NCAA tournament and Fantasy Football is the discovery of that "diamond in the rough."
By Rob Rang | March 17, 2009; 10:12 PM ET | Comments (0)
Just cutting to those team rooms and student-filled arenas cheering as they make the Big Dance is almost as exciting as watching the games themselves.
By Dan Levy | March 16, 2009; 11:13 AM ET | Comments (0)
Unlike filling out your bracket, the draft gets less exciting as you move to the final round.
By Emil Steiner | March 16, 2009; 11:10 AM ET | Comments (0)
Both bracket day and fantasy draft day should be given holiday status. I mean if Arbor Day is a holiday
By Zach Leibowitz | March 16, 2009; 9:34 AM ET | Comments (0)
I used to go along with the group-think that had dubbed the fantasy football draft the best day of the sports calendar, but it never fails to disappoint.
By Dan Steinberg | March 15, 2009; 6:48 PM ET | Comments (0)
NCAA bracketology is a month of "madness" but fantasy football is a year-long obsession.
By Jim McCormick | March 15, 2009; 4:36 PM ET | Comments (0)
What do I like about Fantasy Football? You can try to screw people over in a trade. That part's fun.
By Austin Kearns | March 15, 2009; 6:14 AM ET | Comments (1)
As a sports event, March Madness can't be beat, but participating in a fantasy football draft is the cheatsheet-clutching, hands-down winner over filling out a bracket.
By Desmond Bieler | March 15, 2009; 6:00 AM ET | Comments (0)