[Sp1] The World Series is an odd time to start experimenting with new baseballs.
[Sp2] Should baseball be doing more to protect fans?
[Sp3] I may have linked to this one before, but a look at the dark fate of Donnie Moore, and how it wasn’t just The Pitch that sent him over.
[Sp4] Stephen Beale wants to get the politics out of football.
[Sp5] Brett McMurphy writes about the decision-making process in college football when it comes to whether or not to fire a coach. Georgia took some grief for firing Richt, but that really turned out to be the best thing for Georgia, Richt, and Miami.
[Sp6] How a frustrated would-be writer took down Ole Miss’s breakout football program.
[Sp7] Robert Greene II reviews a book on stadiums and American sports culture.
[Sp8] I’m slowly becoming convinced that soccer has indeed made it.
[Sp9] Here’s another story on slowing participation in youth football. If football is going to be displaced, I hope lacrosse shoves its way ahead in line so its not replaced by football.