In March, spring training numbers were analyzed, the Warriors broke more records and football jumped back into the news for multiple reasons.
Dalton Johnson’s Work for November, 2015
Now that I work for Comcast SportsNet Bay Area, my posts here on Life’s A Ball have been minimal, but my writing has not. As a Web Producer I am editing our expert reporters’ work for each Bay Area team… Read More ›
Welcome back, football!
This column was originally published in The Inkwell and its website. Football is back, with the good, the bad, and the ugly highlighting Week 1. There was a seven-touchdown performance by one Manning brother, and a six-turnover game by the… Read More ›
The aftermath of Michael Crabtree’s torn achilles
The San Francisco 49ers looked like they found their new star-studded quarterback to receiver combination with Colin Kaepernick and Michael Crabtree. After Kaepernick took over as quarterback last season, Crabtree was the quarterback’s most targeted receiver and caught the most… Read More ›
The problem with human error in sports
The San Francisco 49ers’ last chance of winning the Super Bowl, controversially, came down to a no-call from the officials on Colin Kaepernick’s fourth-and-goal heave for Michael Crabtree with just 1:46 remaining. Officials deciding not to step in at the… Read More ›
Be sad, but excited 49ers fans
The life of a sports fan is one of the strangest and most complex, lives you will come bye. When your team wins, you win. When your team loses, you lose. But really, you have absolutely nothing to do with… Read More ›