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The Fall Guys

Miles to Go

Stop Expecting Greatness from Merely Good

Years of the Cat

Monkey Off Their Dak

Stuff

Stuff

Hero Quest Games

Among the many things affected by the COVID-19 pandemic were hobby gamers and game stores. Plenty of retailers closed up shop or stopped hosting...

Of Suns and Stars

This past Sunday saw a supernatural aligning of local sports astral bodies the likes of which has never been witnessed before in human history....

Courting

TCU fandom hasn’t recently revolved around court sports. Fields tend to draw big crowds and the most recognition, at least in Panther City. Frog...

Reaching for their Stars?

As it was the NFL and it was in Las Vegas, this year’s annual player selection extravaganza was as wild and over-the-top an affair...

This Year’s Mavs Hit Different

With seven minutes left in the Mavericks’ 102-77 public shaming of the Utah Jazz on Monday, a scuffle broke out under the Dallas basket....

Officer America

My children are at the age where police officers are real-life superheroes. Flashing lights, authority, uniforms — my sons, who are both younger than...

Hello, Darkness, My Old Friend

This past Sunday, all was set for an absolutely glorious local sports day. Beautiful spring weather, coals glowing on the grill, plenty of suds...

Snatching the Bronze

Our society, especially this time of year, spends a boatload of energy focusing on team sports. Our city devotes almost equal intensity to TCU...

March Madness at Dickies

I don’t follow college sports much, but my love of basketball has sucked me into March Madness in the past. Thus, when I found...

Moral Victory

It’s midnight on Monday morning, and my heart is still racing. One month ago, I “challenged” Jamie Dixon’s tenure at TCU, asserting that the...