Revisionist history is a dangerously fun kind of history. It allows us to re-imagine outcomes and scenarios with the benefit of hindsight, exchanging a less-favorable actual past for a more desirable imaginary version. In the process, we forget about potential obstacles or reasons something might not have been so great.
A renaissance for American men’s tennis? Wait till next year. The US Open draw circulated Friday viciously pitted the country’s two most promising youngsters against two of its established seeded players. Heavily hyped 18-year-old Frances Tiafoe has to face cannon-serving No. 20 seed John Isner, and Taylor Fritz, another 18-year-old recently talked up by Pete Sampras,
You can add “violating a restraining order” to the list of trouble now trailing after embattled Giants kicker Josh Brown, according to a new report. Following an arrest for domestic violence in May 2015, a protection order was issued for Brown’s ex-wife, Molly Brown, stating the veteran NFL kicker was not allowed within 500 feet
Mike Zimmer has a hard time believing two years passed between the Metrodome being torn down before his debut season as Vikings head coach and this morning’s first practice at new U. S. Bank Stadium.
“These last two years have gone quick,” Zimmer said after the Vikings went through a light workout that lasted about 90 minutes.