High school sports can be as competitive as professional sports – especially in the South. Just ask the soccer team at Chattahoochee High School north of Atlanta. At their April 29 game, the last of the season, senior Andrew Gray disagreed with a call from the referee, so Gray responded with a sucker punch. Continue […]Read more "From PJ Tatler: High School Soccer Player Punches Referee Over Call in Final Game"
This time of year, thousands of people make their brackets for the NCAA college basketball tournament, but not many of them go to jail for it. In the suburb of Alpharetta, Georgia, just north of Atlanta, police from four jurisdictions detained over five dozen people at a private party at a bar and grill who […]Read more "From PJ Tatler: Police Nab Dozens In Atlanta Area Gambling Bust"
My first post for PJ Lifestyle nearly two and a half years ago dealt with the nanny state mentality in the league office of the NFL. Back then, I wrote about the ideas that stem from Commissioner Roger Goodell’s office that don’t always sit well with players and/or fans. This week, in an interview with NFL […]Read more "From PJ Lifestyle: The End Of The Extra Point?"
On Saturdays in the fall, Chris Conley puts on a uniform and goes into battle, where his legs and arms serve as weapons. The wide receiver at the University of Georgia will finish up his junior season on January 1 at the Gator Bowl, but once the season ends, Conley will don a different uniform […]Read more "From PJ Lifestyle: College Football Star Lets His Geek Flag Fly"
Cade Foster had a rough night on November 30. The place kicker for the Alabama Crimson Tide missed two field goals in their game against in-state rival Auburn, while the Tigers blocked another of Foster’s kicks. Auburn cornerback Chris Davis actually returned the last missed field goal 109 yards for a fluke, game-winning touchdown. Some […]Read more "From PJ Lifestyle: Cade Foster Received Pretty Much The Coolest Note Of Encouragement Ever"
These days, most professional athletes don’t do themselves many favors in the eye of the public. Class acts in professional sports don’t come around often enough, but when they do, fans take notice. One true example of class is Tim Hudson. Hudson, 38, joined the Braves before the 2005 season. A free agent this year, […]Read more "From PJ Lifestyle: A Rare Class Act In Pro Sports Pens A Love Letter To The City He Left Behind"
I just wrote about the brewing scandal involving the Miami Dolphins and the alleged bullying of offensive tackle Jonathan Martin. Apparently, the situation contains further wrinkles that we’re just learning today. The Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel has reported that Dolphins coaches told teammate Richie Incognito to toughen Martin up, though Incognito may have taken the instruction too far: Sources […]Read more "From PJ Lifestyle: Dolphins’ Coaches Reportedly Told Richie Incongito To Toughen Up Jonathan Martin"