The national anthem in our country is meant as a sign of unity. We stand together, as one nation, and honor our country. Of course in the history of the … Continue Reading The Kaepernick Saga – Its Time For Football
The SEC has 6 teams in the AP Pre-Season CFB Top 25 this year. That includes preseason favorite and reigning champion Alabama. In the last 10 years, the college football … Continue Reading Saturdays In The South: How The SEC Became Country’s Greatest Football Conference
73 wins and a unanimous MVP later, and Stephen Curry isn’t celebrating. The Warriors just fell victim to one of sport’s worst meltdowns ever, losing to the Cleveland Cavaliers in … Continue Reading What’s Next for Steph?
“Football is to Texas what religion is to a Priest” – Tom Landry Football being the most important thing in the state of Texas isn’t a new idea. Remember that … Continue Reading The Epic Collapse of College Football’s Newest Powerhouse
The Flipside is a column on The Sideline that serves to show two well researched opinions on opposite sides of the same issue from two of TSL’s authors. See all … Continue Reading Flipside: Does the NBA Need to Change their Playoff Format?
The average age of a player in the NBA this season is 26.8 years old. The average age of NBA players in San Antonio is 31.6. Far and away the … Continue Reading Has the Clock Struck Midnight in San Antonio?
If playing in the NFL was strictly about athleticism and talent, Ole Miss LT Larmey Tunsil wouldn’t have been drafted 13th overall by the Miami Dolphins. He most likely would … Continue Reading Risk vs. Reward: Teams Must Draft Who They Think Can Survive