Noah Cohan
Lawrie off to Tampa Bay

Like hundreds of other college football standouts hoping to throw their helmets into the professional ring, tight end Nate Lawrie ’04 spent the weekend glued […]

For San Diego’s sake, don’t side with Mannings

Here’s what the people defending the Manning family don’t understand: Eli Manning’s refusal to play for the Chargers could cost the people of San Diego […]

NFL beckons Lawrie

Nowadays people forget that New Haven was the birthplace of American football. That Walter Camp devised the line of scrimmage and the system of downs […]

Growing a pro prospect: Nate Lawrie

Nate Lawrie ’04 knows the average football fan has never heard of him. But that fan had also never heard of Northern Iowa’s Kurt Warner […]

Whine all you want; the Draft rules

There are more than a few fuddy-duddy sports columnists out there that will spend the next week complaining about the over-hyping of the NFL draft. […]

Diagnosing the extent of your senioritis

Waddup Seniors! Alas, this is not an e-mail from Josh Secrest. But it is almost as much of a waste of time. Why? I’ve got […]

An open memo to Bill Bavasi, Mariners GM

Dear Bill, Make it happen. You know you want to. He wants you to. Seattle wants you to. It might not realize it yet, but […]

Lance steps into the ring? What if …

You’ve seen the ads. Lance Armstrong taking center stage, resplendent in yellow garb, only he’s wearing boxing shorts, not his usual racing shirt. Andre Agassi […]

One psychic’s look at the future of the Yankees

Georgie Porgie, Yankees’ big guy, Signed A-Rod and made the Red Sox cry. When the other teams came out to play, Georgie Porgie made them […]

Burial of the Season

February is the cruellest month, breeding Pro Bowls out of the dead league, mixing Memory and desire, stirring Dull sports with freezing rain. Football kept […]

John Fox’s choke, Tom Brady’s Drive and Adam Vinatieri’s legend

For 59 minutes and 51 seconds of football, it looked as though Adam Vinatieri, also known as “Choke-a-tieri” by my roommate Jonathan, was going to […]