by Ryan Meehan
It’s been a very messy year in sports to say the least. That’s pretty much guaranteed anymore when you consider that we have more access to media than ever. Jus the other day I read somewhere that Buffalo Bills wide receiver David Clowney recently tweeted the results of a recent blood test he had, and that’s probably more than we needed to ever know. I guess what I’m saying is, if Joe DiMaggio was alive today we’d all be well aware that he was a dark personality who was terrified of basic conversation as opposed to the extroverted legend that could be seen out on the streets of New York partying with Megan Fox and checking in on FourSquare.
But that same access has provided us with a lot of information regarding how we view the sports we love, and in a lot of cases it’s told us a lot about ourselves and the entertainment that we enjoy. So this is my stock report of how each individual sport is doing at the moment. It’s my “Squawk Box” if you will, in the sense that I am (at least figuratively) nothing more than a parrot pecking on a computer keyboard about which multimillion-dollar activities that involve a ball I enjoy the most. BAWK!!! Continue reading