Monthly Archives: September 2012

Roger Goodell and the Wacky Referee Lockout: A Tragic and Comical Story

Logophilia runs in my family. There’s no known cure, doctors say, but it seems to hurt less when the words flow both ways. Ingest a few chapters from a book in the morning, expel a blog post later that afternoon. … Continue reading

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Taking a Knee with 303: Victor Wooten

I’ve noticed that I think about football a little differently since I moved my interview series over to 303 Magazine, and started doing one per week instead of doing one whenever. For example, I don’t think I would have seen … Continue reading

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As Legal as it was Violent

You may already have seen this Golden Tate vs. Sean Lee block of the year candidate. The Warren Peace NFL Report does not condone dirty play, but is confident that this hit was 100% legal. Ouch, right? Lee himself didn’t … Continue reading

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The Beautiful Game

When I was growing up in the 90s, it seemed like a revolutionary idea that the guy deejaying a rave wasn’t supposed to be hyped up like a rock star. He was an interesting person at a party full of … Continue reading

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Taking a Knee with 303: Joel Gratz

There is more to football than the NFL, though I admit I try to forget about college football on weekends when both Colorado and Colorado State lose. Sometimes I even think about heading down to my old high school to … Continue reading

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Taking a Knee with 303: Mike Tanier

(Ed. note–this was the first interview I published at 303 Magazine, my home for the first half of the 2012 NFL season, and the introduction herebest explains what I’m aiming for with the whole series.) Hunter S. Thompson was a … Continue reading

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