Vax Your Bracket

If you’re planning to fill out an NCAA tournament bracket this week, consider Vaxing Your Bracket! 1. Go to your PayPal account and send $10.00 to (Note: PayPal may charge you a fee of $0.56) 2. In the message section, please give us the email you will be using to join the Pool. 3. [Read More...]

He Still Should Have Fought the Female Wrestler

Earlier this week, I mentioned the story of the evangelical Christian wrestler (Joel Northrup) who refused to fight a girl (Cassy Herkelman) in the state tournament, thus forfeiting his own shot at a state title and taking away her chance at showing everybody what she could do against him in a match. Rick Reilly at [Read More...]

He Should Have Fought the Female Wrestler

There’s a story making the rounds about a Christian high school wrestler who forfeited his chance to win a state title because he would’ve had to fight a female wrestler along the way: Joel Northrup, a home-schooled sophomore who was 35-4 wrestling for Linn-Mar High School this season, praised his first-round opponent, Cedar Falls freshman [Read More...]

Should Post-Touchdown Prayers Be Considered ‘Excessive Celebrations’?

Here’s an interesting question from yesterday’s Super Bowl: When the Green Bay Packers’ Nick Collins intercepted the ball and scored a (pretty exciting) touchdown, he got on his knees, threw his hands in the air, and got penalized for it. It was “excessive celebration.” Specifically, the refs said Collins “[went] to the ground after the [Read More...]

Are the New Orleans Hornets a Christian Team?

If you like going to basketball games or watching them on TV, you’re used to hearing the national anthem. But if you’re a fan of the New Orleans Hornets, are you aware of what happens before the anthem is sung? According to Joe Gerrity at Hornets247 (an unofficial fan site): Before each and every Hornets [Read More...]