Sports fans make Philly ‘snobby’?
Picture the prototypical snob in your mind. Is it a guy in a jersey chugging beer, chowing down on grilled sausage, peppers and onions, and tossing metal washers into a box in a parking lot? Not too likely. But in ranking Philadelphia tied for 14th among “America’s Snobbiest Cities,” Travel + Leisure makes an odd remark: “The city’s most prevailing ‘haughtiness,’ however, may involve face paint and foam fingers: the locals ranked highly for being sports-crazed.”
Trying to deal with the NFL's terrible summer. | SportsonEarth.com : Mike Tanier Article
The Fourth of July is a terrible time for the NFL and its fans. It's a time with no games, practices or minicamps, when the on-field silence makes it too easy to hear a thrumming undercurrent of violence. How are fans supposed to react to all this?
Darnell Nurse selected by Edmonton Oilers No. 7 overall in NHL Draft, is nephew of Donovan McNabb | FOX Sports on MSN
"Yeah, we're even," Nurse told CBS sports about his and his uncle's draft statuses. "Because he went higher than me but I didn't get booed at my draft. So we're even."
New Blue, Jon Runyan Jr. - Maize n Brew
Michigan grabbed its second commitment in the class of 2015 when legacy offensive lineman Jon Runyan Jr. decided to make his commitment to Michigan official. Where can we expect to see him play down the road?
Phinsider Mailbag: NFL team records after logo change - The Phinsider
Yesterday, we took a look at Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brian Hartline's reaction to the new logo and uniforms. It led to one Phinsider community member asking how teams' records change when they change their jerseys.
In celebration of our snobbiness, how about we include today's Linc with a silent film?