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2-Star Recruits Who Made it to The NFL

The NFL is home to the best football players on the planet. We can all agree on that. But for some, it wasn’t always that way. In fact, there are…

By Tyler O'Shea
Oct 28, 2019

Jim Morris Picks Up Where “The Rookie” Left Off

One year ago, I sat down with Jim Morris to talk about his incredible journey from high school science teacher to 35-year-old rookie MLB pitcher. This month, I had the…

By Tyler O'Shea
Jun 22, 2020

Philadelphia Sports Writer Chris Mallee

Chris Mallee is a journalist for 4th and Jawn, a popular Philadelphia Eagles blog.  After 4 years of going to college to be a teacher, he flipped the script and…

By Tyler O'Shea
May 26, 2020

Blind Runners Defy the Odds at the Chicago Marathon

But before the elites sprint by, my favorite underdogs rule the street. The first people to start the race are physically handicapped and blind. They get a good head start so they can spread out and not be overwhelmed by the hordes of other runners. 45,000 people run this race each year.

By Ryan Sneddon
May 12, 2020

Los Angeles Dodgers Advance Scouting Analyst Pat O’Shea

Pat O’Shea is an Advance Scouting Analyst for the Los Angeles Dodgers.  He previously pitched at Haverford College (Division III) where he helped the Fords win the 2016 Centennial Conference…

By Tyler O'Shea
May 05, 2020

The Biggest Upset in Boxing History: Buster Douglas vs. Mike Tyson

On February 11th, 1990, James “Buster” Douglas pulled off the most stunning upset in the history of boxing. Video Transcript Eric Thomas: It was just like a little boxing match….

By Tyler O'Shea
Apr 18, 2020

From the Backyard to ESPN: Lessons Learned from Hosting the World’s Largest Spikeball Tournament

This article originally appeared on dancalamai.com. You could say I enjoy obscure sports. At the family bar-b-que, you’ll find me outside taking a friendly game of croquet way too seriously.  In college,…

By Dan Calamai
Apr 06, 2020

Detroit Tigers Prospect & D3 Alum Robert Klinchock

Robert Klinchock is a left-handed pitcher in the Detroit Tigers organization. Despite pitching 3 straight complete game shut-outs and helping Shenandoah University win back-to-back conference championships, he wasn’t invited to…

By Tyler O'Shea
Mar 30, 2020

The Rise, Fall, and Resurgence of Former Blue-Chip Prospect Michael Porter Jr.

There are few high school prospects as critically acclaimed as Michael Porter Jr. was just three years ago. The 6-foot-10, 220 pound small forward exploded onto the high school scene…

By Johnny Peterson
Feb 05, 2020

Sneaky Plays for Super Bowl LIV

One. Game. Left. Super Bowl LIV. The Super Bowl is the one game of the year that everyone watches. Friends and family come together to chow down on great food…

By Bryan Contino
Feb 01, 2020

Paralympic Gold Medalist Richard Colman

Richard Colman AM is a Paralympic athlete who represented Australia in four Paralympics. Richard was born with spina bifida, the second most common disability in the world behind cerebral palsy….

By Tyler O'Shea
Jan 29, 2020