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!
Andy Roddick and Jim Calhoun are just the latest to be reminded that the real world - with volatile politics and financial meltdowns - can intrude on sports.
Mike Wilbon and Tony Kornheiser ponder the history of cheating in baseball, consider Ovechkin vs. Crosby and make their Oscar picks.
"Idol," A-Rod and Roger Goodell's pay cut in economically troubled times are among the things on Tony Kornheiser's mind.
When it comes to excuses, Tony Kornheiser thinks that "I was young and stupid" is a poor one, whether your name is Rodriguez or Phelps.
Deprived of the chance to serve on an actual jury, Tony Kornheiser renders judgment on Brett Favre's decision to retire and whether Favre will un-retire.
As bleak as the steroids story continues to be with new headlines every day, Mike Wilbon is certain that baseball fans will not stay away. Speaking of bleak, there's the basketball scene in Washington...
The admission by Alex Rodriguez that he used performance-enhancing drugs raises so many more questions: Who can you believe in? And where is the commissioner of baseball?
Who had the more impressive Garden party -- Kobe Bryant or LeBron James? What can the NFL do to fix it's big dud of an all-star game, the Pro Bowl? Michael Wilbon and Tony Kornheiser have the answers to these and other questions.
What's on the minds of Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon? Mr. Rogers, Michael Phelps, Joe Torre, A-Rod, the XFL and the change of sports seasons.
Some heroes -- Michael Phelps, Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens -- do not get a pass from Mike and Tony. Know who skates? Chesley Sullenberger, that's who.
Reunited in the plush Talking Points studio, Wilbon and Kornheiser rate Super Bowl XLIII and the Steelers' dynasty historically.
Wilbon and Kornheiser interrupt their Illinois reverie long enough to talk about those amazin' Arizona Cardinals.
Post reporter Jeff Nelson profiles Arundel senior Simone Egwu, a 6-foot-3 center who entered high school with modest expectations and now holds a scholarship to Virginia.
Mike and Tony are concerned with how snarled D.C. will be because of the Inauguration, not so much with the health of Troy Polamalu or Brian Westbrook or any of the trash talking.
Sunday's AFC game is all about D. In the NFC, who has the better story of redemption -- McNabb or Warner? And Marquee Mike appoints himself a marquis.