In the good old days when the NFL was better at selling and not so interested in bullying its customers and employees, it would have found a way to make its officials lockout more . . .
SAN FRANCISCO Two years ago, Tim Lincecum was a holyterror to anyone with a hot microphone in a champagne-soaked clubhouse. He snuckenough four-letter words on the air to make the FCC blush.
Dating back to the 2011 season, the last three games played by SJSU were all decided by three points.
And so, another largely pointless NFL preseason is about to end, another 65-game hamster wheel race that reveals next to nothing except our capacity for self-delusion when it comes to professional