Yahoo! Sports’ “Mike Oz” On Getting His Big Break

By the time he hit five-years-old, Mike Osegueda loved baseball. By the time he was fourteen, he knew he wanted to be a sportswriter. By the time he was eighteen, he thought his career was over. “I walked into the school newspaper the day before classes even started and said I wanted to write for... Continue Reading →

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I Don’t Hate Marathons, My DNA Does

I hate distance running. Anything over a mile and I’m out. And I’m tired of hearing from people who love it that I just have to stick with it a little longer until I can enjoy it. If only there was some science I could point to in order to prove that I’m not just... Continue Reading →

Ben Schwartz Talks About His New Video Series With NFL Stars Demarco Murray And Jared Allen

After years of hard behind-the-scenes work, grinding away, and even winning an Emmy for his writing, Ben Schwartz is finally having his moment as a star. And, assuming these jobs pay well, you could say he’s “flushhhhed with cassshh.” The man who is probably best known for playing the irrepressible, energetic, wildly irresponsible, and somehow lovable Jean-Ralphio... Continue Reading →

Andy Mineo Is For The People

Politicians would dream of the crowd Andy Mineo recently had at his show at the Texas Theater on the campus of The University of Texas at Arlington. College and high school kids got hyped next to middle-aged people, some with their children. The hands bobbing in the air, from the front row to the back... Continue Reading →

Lecrae Is One of The Most Influential Men In America

Bun B, Kendrick Lamar, Big K.R.I.T. Tim Keller, John Piper, Louie Giglio. Bubba Watson, Justin Forsett, Steph Curry. The first three: famous, critically-acclaimed rappers. Keller, Piper, and Giglio? Well-known white pastors in their 50s and 60s. Two-time Masters champion Watson, Baltimore Ravens running back Forsett, and newly-crowned NBA MVP Curry round out the group. The... Continue Reading →

Five To Thrive With Alastair Humphreys

This is a follow-up to yesterday’s profile of adventurer, author, and motivational speaker Alastair Humphreys. Alastair Humphreys has biked around the world, hiked through the Empty Quarter Desert, rowed across the Atlantic, and done many other mind boggling feats. But he wasn’t awarded the 2012 National Geographic Adventurer of the Year for any of those crazy accomplishments.... Continue Reading →

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