Sports Talking Points with Tony Kornheiser, Michael Wilbon and Cindy Boren From The Washington Post
Summary: The Washington Post's Tony Kornheiser, Michael Wilbon and Sports Editor Cindy Boren talk about sports and whatever they want!
Expansion of the NFL season is probably inevitable, but is it fair for all teams, especially those in warm climates?
Tony Kornheiser says that the lack of upsets means that the NCAA got the tournament right: the best teams will be playing for a chance to win it all.
The NCAA Tourney's roots, talking bracket trash with the guy who's now the president and Mike Wilbon's fearless prediction.
A list of college hoops' most hated players has more to do with who we are than who they are. Plus, Mickelson and Woods, together again.
It's all things NCAA hoops, from the role of Magic-Bird to TV money to football schools vs. basketball schools to what to do about the NIT.
Kobe vs. Artest spices things up; if Delaware legalizes gambling, how long will it be until there's wagering on NFL games in every state?
What exactly do conference hoops tourneys mean any more? And just how significant was that Dutch baseball victory?
Ah, the madness of March: Terrell Owens finds a new team -- maybe even the right one -- and college hoops heat up.
Tony Kornheiser helps T.O. find a new home (in Washington) and thinks A-Rod's year is epically bad...but not as bad as Tatiana on "Idol."
Sally Jenkins' column on the morality of giving big contracts while laying off other employees sparks the day's debate.
Kurt Warner makes an offer the Cards shouldn't refuse, Jay Cutler needs a new partner in crime and the Michael Jackson comeback tour.
A couple of big names -- Jim Bowden and Jason Taylor -- are gone, but the president is front and center for an NBA game.
A-Rod hears applause on the road, Albert Haynesworth may or may not be all that and octo-mom gets an X-rated offer.
A-Rod hears applause on the road, Albert Haynesworth may or may not be all that and octu-mom gets an X-rated offer.
Will Tiger have anything in the tank in his first tournament since having knee surgery? Is Duke in for an upset? Will Wilbon really renew his marriage vows if Ernie Banks officiates at Wrigley?