Tuna was a sharp-tongued coach who knew the game inside and out and he always got results. The Hall of Fame is the right place for him.
At a time when youngsters are force-fed the mantra that there are no losers, that the score is incidental and every team gets trophies, we have LeBron James as the global, athletic avatar.
The voice of football. The NFL’s narrator for generations. A master of restraint. The sport and the world of broadcasting have lost a true legend.
The larger than life Parcells turned around the Giants franchise.
If Notre Dame were playing anyone but Alabama and Nick Saban, I would guarantee that the Dome comes home with the hardware. But only one team has an absurd surplus of future Sunday stars. Alabama wins a classic, 27-23.
Vince Lombardi, Don Shula, Bill Parcells, Jimmy Johnson. None of them would be able to coach in the current NFL.
Whatever way the season ends, the New York Jets are in need of an infusion of talent to ensure that they won’t repeat the same misteps next season.
Tom Coughlin has kept his Giants prepared in whatever way possible. He’s been inspired by Vince Lombardi and John Wooden. Coughlin has even turned to the wisdom of Steve Jobs.
Don Chandler, a kicker and punter who was part of four championship teams with the Giants and Green Bay Packers, has died. He was 76.
One surprising fan has taken the care of NFL icon Vince Lombardi’s grave site into his own hands. And guess what? He roots for the Jets.
The producers and playwright behind Broadway’s “Lombardi” aren’t done with sports just yet. They’re planning to go from NFL to NBA with “Magic/Bird,” a new play that will chronicle the lives of Larry Bird and Earvin “Magic” Johnson.
It wasn’t too hard to guess which team producers of Broadway’s “Lombardi” were rooting for at the Super Bowl. “The end result is one that we’re certainly not complaining about,” said Tony Ponturo, who co-produced the play about the legendary Packers coach.
Football fans who appreciate the game’s tradition will savor this year’s Super Bowl match-up between two of the most legendary teams in the NFL: the Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Ronnie Brown predicts teammate Vontae Davis will be the first player to fall asleep when the Miami Dolphins attend the play “Lombardi” in New York on Friday night.
If you have not seen the Broadway play ‘Lombardi,’ put it on your list! The show will appeal to both diehard football fans and those who may not have any sports interest but enjoy excellent theatre.