Category: Blog

An Open Letter from The Ted Talk Sports Podcast: December 10, 2017

Dear Valued Ted Talk Sports Followers, Murphy’s Law states, “Anything that can go wrong will go wrong.” The Ted Talk Sports Podcast has thus far been an exhibition in how Murphy’s Law can be applied to […]

Army vs. Navy: A Great American Tradition

Jim Nantz can be heard every year referring to The Masters golf tournament as “a tradition unlike any other.” Respectfully, I must disagree with Jim. There is one tradition even more distinct than The Masters. The […]

Championship Saturday 2017: Judgement Day in College Football

Fourteen weeks of college football have led us to Championship Weekend. All five Power Conferences, as well as four of the five non-power conferences, will stage a championship game to determine who wins the respective leagues. […]

The 2017 High School Fan Experience

When I first set out to create my own website, I knew that I had to include something as distinctly Ohio as Friday Night High School Football. However, I also knew that in order to stand […]

College Football Chaos At Its Finest

If you just look at the top three teams in college football, you might think that things are business as usual in 2017. Georgia and Alabama are undefeated, and Notre Dame has just a loss in […]

The Ted Talk Sports Podcast: October 22, 2017

This week on the Podcast, Ted discusses a fiasco in Columbus, High School Football, and previews the World Series! Plus, the College Football Top 10, a minute on the Bengals, and much more!

How The Columbus Blue Jackets Won My Heart

I believe that you cannot fully understand what someone is saying as a sports fan unless you have an idea of how they came to be who they are today. As a sports fan, I am […]

The Big 10: How Good Are They?

Having grown up in the Midwest, I have always heard stories regarding the mystique of the Big Ten Conference. Tracing its roots back to 1896, the Big Ten is the oldest collegiate athletic conference in Division […]

Andy Dalton: It’s Complicated

I have been an unapologetic supporter of Andy Dalton since he was drafted in the second round of the 2011 NFL Draft. I have stood behind him, defended him, and been there for him every step […]

Floyd Mayweather v. Conor McGregor: A Circus Disguised as the Most Anticipated Boxing Match Ever

The sports world has become consumed by what is, perhaps, the biggest mega-fight in boxing history. Floyd “Money” Mayweather will take on “The Notorious” Conor McGregor on Saturday night in Las Vegas on Pay-Per-View. Starting at […]