Archive: June 21, 2009 - June 27, 2009
Soccer has made nice strides in this country; the question is whether it can fulfill its massive potential, on and off the field.
By Steve Goff | June 26, 2009; 12:15 PM ET | Comments (12)
If the US Soccer team starts consistently winning on the world stage, people will come around.
By Dan Levy | June 26, 2009; 12:05 PM ET | Comments (25)
People find more spectator sport value in the activities they can't do.
By Doug Farrar | June 26, 2009; 11:47 AM ET | Comments (22)
Soccer will never rise to the level of American Football in the eyes, hearts and minds of the vast majority of the American sporting public.
By Peter Schaffer | June 26, 2009; 11:31 AM ET | Comments (133)
For the die hard fan - the lifeblood of any pro football organization - it's about community.
By Jason Maloni | June 24, 2009; 12:12 PM ET | Comments (0)
Sports owners want us to drive to the stadium, spend a ridiculous amount of money on parking and get out of our cars and right into the building.
By Dan Levy | June 24, 2009; 9:11 AM ET | Comments (0)
I don't know if this new system will make it all that better, but it sure won't make it worse, because only a massive layer of three-foot deep flaming Super Glue would make things worse.
By Dan Steinberg | June 24, 2009; 7:33 AM ET | Comments (1)
Having been a part of many tailgates at many stadiums, I certainly would trade a little longer walk to my seat for being able to get out of the parking lot quicker.
By Gene Wang | June 24, 2009; 7:02 AM ET | Comments (0)
The reality is that tailgating restrictions imposed by the Redskins and other NFL teams are much ado about nothing.
By Peter Schaffer | June 24, 2009; 6:49 AM ET | Comments (0)
Better controlling the tailgating experience could have a huge impact on the overall experience of attending an NFL game.
By David Cariello | June 24, 2009; 6:22 AM ET | Comments (3)
Give me 2007 Chad Johnson any day. You can keep 2009 Ochocinco
By Jason Maloni | June 22, 2009; 12:12 PM ET | Comments (0)
The bad news for Mr. Ochocinco is that, in the end, he'll be remembered more for his antics than anything he did on the field.
By Doug Farrar | June 22, 2009; 10:57 AM ET | Comments (0)
Anytime you have an individual who spends so much time working on their showmanship it negatively affects the football team.
By Dick Vermeil | June 22, 2009; 9:48 AM ET | Comments (0)
Chad Ocho Cinco needs to remember, that it is a privilege and not a right to play in the NFL.
By Peter Schaffer | June 22, 2009; 9:43 AM ET | Comments (0)
His flaw, if one can call it a flaw, is that he has an obsessive nature to bring attention to himself.
By Josh Kirkendall | June 22, 2009; 9:31 AM ET | Comments (0)