The One Thing Motorcycle Stores Should Do To Stay in Business

We’ve all seen the signs at various motorcycle shops and stores: Usually, instead of just “closed,” it says “CLOSED! GONE RIDING!” So, maybe not “all of us” have seen these signs, but at least us motorcycle riders. Perhaps the thing most people think about being closed on Sunday is┬áChik-fil-a. Everybody wants that delicious crispy chickenContinue reading “The One Thing Motorcycle Stores Should Do To Stay in Business”

Washington Professional Sports Teams: Disappointment, Again and Again

When I was younger, I remember watching Mark Rypien and Art Monk pf the Washington Redskins win the Super Bowl in the 1991-1992 season. I was in second grade. They beat the Buffalo Bills, which a lot of teams seemed to do back in the early 90s. I was too young to go to aContinue reading “Washington Professional Sports Teams: Disappointment, Again and Again”

6 Reasons Why Pre-Season College Football Rankings Need to Stop

Every year in August, the Associated Press votes on the pre-season rankings for Football Bowl Subdivision┬áteams. I’m not quite sure what they’re based on, other than these factors: teams’ performance from the previous season; how many players are returning to the roster (which is know by draft picks and prior roster reporting); and new recruitsContinue reading “6 Reasons Why Pre-Season College Football Rankings Need to Stop”

3 Reasons Why “Overcoming Adversity” in a Football Game Just Doesn’t Exist

For years I’ve been hearing college football announcers say at the beginning, middle, and end of their broadcasts, “[Insert Team Name] will really have to overcome this adversity tonight.” A Google search of “college football overcoming adversity” even yields my beloved Ohio State Buckeyes “overcoming adversity” in 2014 by winning the national championship with aContinue reading “3 Reasons Why “Overcoming Adversity” in a Football Game Just Doesn’t Exist”