Thank you for supporting Unnamed Temporary Sports Blog. We hope you enjoyed the last three days as much as we did. The blogs will remain here for your reading pleasure, but we will be returning to relative obscurity.Read more
A bedrock belief here at Unnamed Temporary Sports Blog Dot Com is the importance of considering all viewpoints and exposing our longtime readers to the full spectrum of sports takes. This weekend you have heard plenty about The Big Game—in point of fact, everything published on this sports website has been strictly about The Big Game itself—from the various unemployed bloggers of Unnamed Temporary Sports Blog Dot Com; it seems only fair, therefore, that we present Big Game takes from our rivals and enemies, the Employed Bloggers. We have spoken to three members of this faction, chosen completely at random from the many dozens of Currently Employed Bloggers, and their Big Game takes are presented here, unedited, for your edification.Read more
Terry Jones died last week. He was a founding member of Monty Python, as well as a director, an author, a legitimate historian, and dozens of other multihyphenate occupations beyond. A Renaissance man, in the most traditional and idyllic meaning. I’ll miss him terribly, and I am hardly alone. So, in tribute to the man on this glorious Super Bowl Sunday, here he is headlining one of Python’s greatest sports sketches (and they had a LOT of them) as Ron Obvious, who attempted to become the first man to EVER jump the English Channel. Let’s see how Ron did!
The Eagles won the Super Bowl two years ago. I’ve been thinking about it ever since.
I think a lot of Eagles fans share my habit of occasionally pondering back and thinking about how much fun Super Bowl 52 was for the Philadelphia area. I experienced it in a different way than a lot of fans, though: Somehow I convinced my bosses we needed to do a Mall of America video, so I saw the Eagles win the Super Bowl in person.Read more
There was likely a point in Brad Wanamaker’s career when he had given up on making it to the NBA. Undrafted after graduating from Pitt in 2011, Wanamaker spent most of the last decade all over Europe, playing in France, Germany, Italy, and Turkey before finally making his NBA debut for the Celtics on Oct. 16, 2018 at age 29.Read more
Last year, this weekend, my sister and I made seven dips. This is the best weekend of the year for dips and we would not be stopped. We made guacamole, layered bean dip, harissa hummus, and a nice labne. We planned ahead and were actually on time. When the Ginormous Football Game began, we were seated happily in front of the television.Read more