Garrett Gundlach, SJ was recruited to announce his school’s Friday football games. Somehow he hasn’t been fired yet.
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Emanuel Werner, SJ wonders how such a successful college football coach could feel so miserable.
Despite growing up a White Sox fan, Sean Barry, SJ reflects upon his disturbing delight at the ascendance of the once-despised Cubs
We still can’t look away from O.J., and Jason Downer, SJ wonders why we pleasure in watching other people’s suffering?
Football is back. I know, I know, depending on where you stand those three words can make your heart race – or your eyes roll. It can seem like a waste of time, a whole lot to do about nothing, entertainment for the masses... I get it. But watch this and tell me it’s...
On the heels of Colin Kaepernick’s anthem-kneeling, Dan Everson, SJ sees similarities between the National Anthem and the Our Father.
What do Mongolian wrestling coaches and Michael Rossmann, SJ have in common? They blame others rather than take responsibility.
Eric Immel, SJ, considers his own adoption in the wake of comments made about Simone Biles and her parents.
We may not be Michael Phelps in the pool, writes Tony Homsy, SJ, but watching him can help us “fight the good fight.”
One of the Olympic traditions is following a sport, an athlete, or even the medal count with a nearly religious devotion. TJP offers a few recommendations.