If the Texas heat and the Florida humidity got married and had a baby, it would be Louisiana.
How We Play
Like dialects of a language, sports are played differently depending on where you are in the world — from nation to nation, and even state to state. Since most of us haven’t played hockey in Russia, or baseball in Puerto Rico, or football in North Dakota, we asked the athletes who actually have to tell us how they do things in their corners of the world.
America, you gotta look up this video. It’s everything that makes Dan Carter a legend. He stiff-arms one defender like Marshawn Lynch.
When you pick up a ball for the first time at age 17, there’s a lot of catching up to do.
It was always a dogfight. That’s AFC North football. Old-school slugfests. The kind we grew up watching.
In Switzerland, the winters are long. which meant we could make a lot of one thing. Ice.
I don’t play football for the money. I’m playing to prove people wrong.
Four days with no hockey, I get so depressed. I can’t even sleep. Just sit watching YouTube of Kovalev and wait.