In 1963, the A's wore new gold and kelly green uniforms, and the sheep in the outfield wore gold and kelly green blankets. The sheep were a popular attraction, though not universally. They baaahed, they pooped, they smelled like sheep.
Okay, so look, what about this, the devil says. Maybe let me just erase the NFL completely from your mind. What about college football, you say. The devil thinks about it for a minute. Okay, it has to be all football, all of it gone.
Towards a concrete, scientific, spreadsheet-based understanding of which NFL teams are the Draftiest. (It's not as complicated as it sounds, and given that the Browns can scientifically be proven to be the Draftiest, you know it's legit.)
Essentially every season up to this one, the first commercials for EA Sports' NCAA Football series made their debut during the NFL draft. There's a number of reasons that won't be happening this year, and it's all just part of being a college football fan. For how much longer remains unclear.
The story is familiar: when presented with adversity, a champion triumphs. But the more complicatd story of British taekwondo Olympian Sarah Stevenson raises a more complicated question: where did we ever get the idea that the familiar story was true? A selection from The Classical Magazine's "Losing" issue.