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!
Some things, like replacing a legendary coach, are nearly impossible; others, like Arizona winning Sunday, are not. Still others, like Wilbon explaining Facebook to Kornheiser, are unfathomable.
True to its word, Boston College rires its coach; Matt Millen's record as a GM doesn't mean he isn't a terrific TV analyst; and Mr. Tony takes in a Caps game. (The shrimp was delish!)
Who will get into the NFL playoffs? Who is the MVP? Who will miss the guys until their Jan. 5 return?
You know who should have been put in charge of hiring more minority coaches in college football? Tony Kornheiser and Mike Wilbon do. Joe Paterno should have been named college football czar.
Mike Wilbon and Tony Kornheiser say it's high time college football adopted a version of the NFL's Rooney Rule concerning the hiring and interviewing of minority coaches.
Winning the Heisman is so great that it more than makes up for the lack of NFL success that usually ensues.
If anyone can make sense of what's going on between Clinton Portis and Jim Zorn, it's Wilbon and Kornheiser.
It isnt easy to figure out which NFL teams will be toast after this weekend, but Tony "Mr. I Hate Skinny Ties" Kornheiser gives a shot.
Are athletes responsible for whatever supplements they ingest? Should the Giants have banished Burress? Would you fly with a pilot who wore mouse ears?
Mike Wilbon says Plaxico Burress is to blame for his problems and Jason Campbell is not. And he has a special message for Raquel Welch.
The NFL is on pace to set scoring records this season and, frankly, Mike Wilbon is offended.
So many troubled souls in sports: Vick, Reid/McNabb, the Wizards. Wilbon surveys them all.
Is the deck stacked against Donovan McNabb? Are the Redskins stuffing the ballot box? What's the deal with Gilbert Arenas?
Post reporter Jeff Nelson profiles Thomas Johnson junior Nick Forbes, a highly recruited linebacker who has been playing football longer than most.
Ah, leadership. It ain't trash-talking, it's a certain quiet-spoken something. Quiet-spoken....just like Mike and Tony.