Recent Articles from Scott Pitoniak
A zig here, a zag there and the Buffalo Bills could be undefeated instead of being .500 and sitting on a precarious playoff bubble about to burst.
Last week, after the Buffalo Bills found yet another way to rip their fans’ hearts out with a you-can’t-make-this-stuff-up, last-second loss, Jim Kelly reached out to beleaguered quarterback Josh Allen.
We could have used Dandy Don’s Texas twang ditty following yet another signature, gut-punch loss by the Buffalo Bills Monday.
It’s going to take a leap of faith and maybe a leap of a few linebackers and tall buildings for quarterback Josh Allen to convince Buffalo Bills fans this team still can be super.
In life, as in basketball, sometimes it is better to pass than to take the shot. And, so, it was last March for brilliant point guard Dyaisha Fair, who astutely weighed all options before being moved to stay put.
Don Stevens has lost track of the number of hockey games he’s called, though he’s sure the figure is north of 3,000.
Baltimore Orioles pitching strategy coach Ryan Klimek will take a moment before the American League Division Series at Camden Yards to soak in the atmosphere.
We hear football players talk about the 24-hour rule all the time. You get a day to celebrate your victory or mourn your loss, and then it’s time to focus on the next opponent, the next game.
Opining on baseball’s Bananas, Mickleson’s gambling, Bills’ bounce-back, Syracuse QB Garrett Shrader
I’ve been going bananas about the Savannah Bananas ever since watching an HBO feature a year ago about the barnstorming team that’s become baseball’s version of the Harlem Globetrotters.
In front of a national television audience and with a gimme putt victory guaranteed after savior/quarterback Aaron Rodgers exited with an Achilles tendon injury just four snaps into his New York Jets career, Allen became his own worst enemy.
Hall of Fame coach Marv Levy delivered a signature phrase that captured the excitement of game day when he asked his Buffalo Bills players in the pre-game huddle: “Where else would you rather be than right here, right now?” There is no place John Murphy would rather be Monday night than in the visiting team’s […]
The dream could have ended four years ago at Mississippi State after Mike Leach took over the football program in Starkville and asked Garrett Shrader to switch from quarterback to wide receiver and special teams.