The Clog

A brief but important investigation into the meaning of Fatheads, and more importantly, Fathead commercials,  starring Justin Verlander. 

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Jack Hamilton on the best prep hoops phenom since the last best prep hoops phenom, and what we write about when we write about Jabari/LeBron/Steph/Nerlens.

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Possible illuminati shit related to ancient Mesoamerican leisure activities, the Marlins' home run monolith, and late-breaking archaeological findings.

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ESPN's 30 For 30 is great. But that's no reason not to make up ridiculous and patently un-makeable 30 For 30 episodes for dorky yuks.

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Friend-of-Classical Dmitry Samarov has been steadily putting together new stories and images for his next book, but the thing is: It's really hard to write while you're driving a cab, what with all the traffic laws and overly refreshed 4 a.m. fares to wrangle.

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Rain or shine, Saturday is opening day for the Baltimore Bohemians, the official upstart minor league soccer team of The Classical. Here, in the second installment of his diary, Bohs co-founder Joe Tirabassi breaks down how it feels to realize a dream, compete with the Preakness' Running of the Toilets, and fear the rain.

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Thinking about sports is fun enough, of course. But wouldn't you like to get out there and be a part of it? Wouldn't you like to get ripped the way the bloggers do?

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A modest proposal for videogame developers, NFL fans, and the NFL itself, starring a cast of thousands (of retired NFL players).

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Dana White is more than the commissioner of the UFC and a human energy drink. He is a valuable source of convoluted, condescending and unconvincing explanations for his league's lousy television ratings, if only you dummies would listen up.

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Theodore Roosevelt won two terms as President of the United States, and is still revered as one of the nation's greatest and most memorable leaders. Which makes it that much weirder that the mascot wearing the comically oversized Teddy Roosevelt head has never won even once in the Washington Nationals' race.

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