Monthly Archives: May 2014

My very late take on Pearlman’s “Boys Will Be Boys”

Of the Dallas Cowboys of the 1990’s I remember little. What I do remember wasn’t great, good or even a good effort.

I missed out on the “Good Ole days” of Aikman, Smith, Irvin and Johnston. But I don’t know if should even call them the “good” days after reading Jeff Pearlman’s book “Boys Will Be Boys: The Glory Days and Party Nights of the Dallas Cowboys Dynasty.” Continue reading

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My favorite memories and coverage from the 2014 ‘Month of May’

The highlights from my coverage of the Month of May for Indianapolis Monthly and the National Sports Journalism Center. Continue reading

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It Would Be Nice To Not Be Single

Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
It would be nice to wake up to someone and fall back asleep knowing they’ll still be there and — more importantly — that they’ll stay there. That they’d be there for an infinity of…

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