Not Just the NFL: We’re All Playing the Hurry-up Offense

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Modern life moves fast. But is it time to start making adjustments to how we’re playing the game?

So . . . This Happened: Three Things in Sports (Jan. 26, 2015 Edition)


As we head into Super Bowl Week, our Monday sports round-up features Duke’s Coach K notching his 1000th win, our special Deflate-gate/BallGhazi coverage, and phenom Nick Krygios taking the Australian Open by storm, plus bonus Pro Bowl Coverage (now with 200% less relevance!)

Why I Really Want a Pete Carroll Jersey


How one woman who lives in a big Football city found the same relationship between herself and a coach that many feel between themselves and a player.

From the Front Lines….of Sports: The One that Got Away


Vincent Pugliese photographs some of the greatest moments in Sports. This time, passion got in the way of the lens.

The Year In Sports: A Look Back at the Biggest Stories of 2014


From the Sochi Olympics to the NFL’s epicly bad year to the World Cup to athletes speaking out in the wake of police killings, Mike Kasdan reviews all the biggest stories we covered this year at The Good Men Project Sports

The Best Halftime Show Ever . . .


Tor Constantino enjoys the over-the-top NFL halftime shows that feature excessive explosives and globally-recognized music acts—but he wonders if something simpler might be simply better.

The Loss of Positive Male Role Models and Educational Priorities in the U.S.

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During the 1950s, the scientist was the hero of our movies, saving us from space aliens and mutant insects. Why have our collective goals shifted away from educated men as role models?

18 Striking Similarities Between the Super Bowl and Gay Pride

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David Toussaint points out the surprising similarities between The Big Game and The Big Event(s).

What Do We Want for Our Children?

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The tragic and untimely death of Philip Seymour Hoffman made a lot of people think. Larry Bernstein thought about the children.

This Is, Without A Doubt, The Funniest Super Bowl Commercial In History


“At some point, a man must ask why God created him.” The answer is harmonica solos and flaming sledgehammers.  – From Deadspin: During the first local commercial break of last night’s Super Bowl broadcast, residents of Savannah, Ga., were treated to something truly incredible. Personal injury lawyer Jamie Casino bought the entire two-minute block of […]

Dubbed Sugar Sex Magik? – The RHCP Super Bowl Halftime Show Controversy

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The RHCP air guitar controversy isn’t exactly a Milli Vanilli Situation. But it certainly seems out of character for the risk-taking, no-holds-barred Red Hot Chili Peppers

What This Seattle Seahawk Player Did to Make Two Girls’ Dream Come True

Deaf Fullback Derrick Coleman visits two young fans.

In the midst of trash-talk and one-upsmanship, this player took a timeout to visit some very special fans.

#NotYourMascot Trends on Twitter to Help End Racism in Sports

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How did the #NotYourMascot hashtag go viral on Twitter? Jacqueline Keeler explains how Twitter can help end the use of racist mascots and names as well as appropriated Native American names and iconography.

New App Allows You to Call Out Sexist Ads During the Super Bowl


Fed up with the sexist ads that feature during the biggest TV event of the year? There’s an app for that.

Join the #NotYourMascot Twitterstorm For the Super Bowl

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Tell the NFL and Roger Goodell that you won’t stand for racist mascots and appropriation of Native names.