Another Mediocre Podcast, Episode 3: Jeff Pearlman

This week's guest is former Sports Illustrated writer, and New York Times best selling author, Jeff Pearlman. Jeff talks about the love/hate relationship he has with writing books, how he once hated, but now embraces his infamous 1999 interview with John Rocker, and that time he interviewed a Nazi.

How The Hell Is All This Sexual Harassment Still Going On?

Last week, around the time that Matt Lauer was being exposed as the sexual deviant du jour, I found myself asking the question of how, in 2017, sexual misconduct in the workplace could be so prevalent. I have worked in construction the past 15 years. It's a male dominated industry, and while there are women... Continue Reading →

The “Image” of My Youth

Most times when I talk about my childhood, I usually refer to my childhood dream being that one day I would be patrolling centerfield for my New York Mets. For the most part that's true, well at least partly. As a kid that never was allowed to play organized sports, for various reasons that aren't... Continue Reading →

The Rivethead … My Spirit Animal

College is meant not only to educate us, but also to open doors to things that we may normally have never been exposed to. It's probably why, for the majority of people, the college years serve as an epilogue for childhood, and a prologue to the inevitable drubbing the real world is waiting to give... Continue Reading →

Good Riddance, Rick Pitino

I feel very strongly about amateur and youth sports. For much of the last 20 years, I have been involved in youth or amateur athletics in one capacity or another. I coached all three of my daughters and my two sons in basketball and baseball, respectively. After high school, I got to become a teammate... Continue Reading →

What Happened…What’s the Point?

It's unbelievable that we're already approaching the first anniversary of Donald Trump's stunning election night defeat of then-Presidential favorite, Hillary Clinton. In that time, a lot has changed, and whether you voted for Donald Trump or not, it's hard to argue that this nation isn't more divided than ever.

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