There’s One Reason to Smile as a Steelers Fan This Week

It has not been a good week for the Pittsburgh Steelers and its fans. The team saw its franchise quarterback leave last Sunday’s loss to the Seattle Seahawks with an elbow injury, requiring surgery that would keep him out the rest of the season and putting the team’s hopes of climbing out of a 0-2Continue reading “There’s One Reason to Smile as a Steelers Fan This Week”

The Joy and Anguish of Being a Notre Dame Fan

Tonight, Notre Dame begins its 2019 season at Louisville against the Cardinals. On one hand, I’m excited. I would be more happy if they played this Saturday afternoon, but they’re back. But I also know, much like a tweet from the President, the season can go sideways quickly. I was born into a family thatContinue reading “The Joy and Anguish of Being a Notre Dame Fan”

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of FBS-FCS Week 1 Matchups

For those of you new to any blog I’ve had, this is a series that started on my other blog “Gallagher’s Word“. Week 1 of the college football season doesn’t have a lot of great matchups. Some Power 5 schools tend to schedule weaker FBS opponents and some are still paying FCS schools to getContinue reading “The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of FBS-FCS Week 1 Matchups”

AAF: The Fix Football Fans Need

At this time of year, we’re usually undergoing a football withdrawal in this country. The Super Bowl is played the first Sunday of February (this year’s game was about as bad as the halftime show) and then we’re left without organized football until the preseason in August. Luckily, America’s football addiction has new methadone clinicContinue reading “AAF: The Fix Football Fans Need”