Noah Cohan
Brackets: too much madness

They call it March Madness because anything can happen. Or so college basketball fans would have you believe. Hard-core hoopsters love to talk about the […]

The day the sonics died

A long long time ago I can still remember how those Sonics used to make me smile And I knew if they did not trip […]

Underwhelmed at Quakers’ storied Palestra

“O-ver-rat-ed!” (clap, clap, clap-clap-clap), echoed in the home arena of the Pennsylvania Quakers last Friday. The jeers that deafened me weren’t directed at the Yale […]

Interrupt PTI? Not on my watch.

Jackie MacMullan ruined my Friday afternoon. MacMullan, for those of you who don’t know how to “pahk the cah in the yahd,” is a sports […]

Pro Bowl bores true football fans

The Pro Bowl makes me want to cry. Or scream. Or go off on a rant about why it shouldn’t be played. Ultimately, however, this […]

Bucs’ ride defense to Super win

Defense wins championships Those words, which make up one of sport’s oldest mantras, never rang truer than they did on Sunday, as the Tampa Bay […]

Tuiasosopo who? that’s right, the next Super Bowl MVP as Raiders roll to victory

While clobbering people as an All-American offensive tackle at the University of Washington, Lincoln Kennedy’s nickname was “the Candidate” because he bore the names of […]

Brotherly love spells doom for Philadelphia

It seems the Barber brothers have colluded. You see, Donovan McNabb was about to become a Philadelphia legend. He was driving the Eagles downfield for […]

Quick Slants: A poetic ode to the NFL

So much football, so few words. In an effort to prevent myself from gushing an excess of verbiage praising the NFL Playoffs, I’ve decided to […]

Quick Slants: Packers fight for home field

Things ain’t goin’ so hot for the members of the NFC North. Back in the days when it was called the Central, the NFL’s most […]

Quick Slants: Holiday lacks Madden touch

The pumpkin pie was unbelievably good. The cranberry sauce was tangy, the mashed potatoes fluffy and the yams yammy. But something was wrong. It wasn’t […]