A message to New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady: do you really want to continue getting regular concussions into your 40s?
Sledging can be humourous, but St Kilda crossed the line with their targeting of Marc Murphy.
NRL, we have a problem, just not the one you've been wringing your hands over.
Of course alcohol is legal, while cocaine isn't, but so what?
Listen, when it comes to Alan Jones, I've had to put another man on, just to keep track of the things I violently disagree with him on – and I have done so for 34 years now.
With the Treasurer about to deliver his federal budget, it is time to look at which shares to buy, sell and hold in your sporting investment portfolio.
A merger would deliver the most quintessentially Australian thing.
Just how ingrained are your ancient prejudices that you continue to not give a flying doughnut.
Excuse me, while I exult once more. I mean, just how extraordinary is the culture of golf?
There was an interesting juxtaposition this week in Australian sport.
Rugby union needs to change the rules to revitalise the game.
Listen, I get that New Zealand takes their rugby seriously, and world rugby is all the better for that. But do you think, sometimes, they might be taking it a bit too seriously?
The report over the radio said it all: "When the verdict was read out, Ben Cousins looked to his father in the gallery . . ."
I know nothing of the Olympic gold medallist and accomplished stockbroker Danni Roche, who is challenging John Coates for the presidency of the Australian Olympic Committee, and have no skin in the game.
The exemplar of the virtues of Test cricket.
In the beginning there was rugby, and it was good and it was great.
Ten years ago, TFF attended the funeral of the Wallaby great Trevor Allan, and was moved by a small episode that occurred when the moment came to carry his casket into the chapel of Northern Suburbs Crematorium.
Look, I'm actually not quite a failed law student. It's just that when I applied, at the end of 1981 to go to Sydney University's prestigious Law School on Philip St, the answer that came back from the Dean was that mine was one of the funniest applications he'd ever seen. And not in a good way . . .
Your Honour, in the matter before the court of James McManus v the Newcastle Knights, I seek to approach the bench.
This, Matt Renshaw, is what it was really like in the old days.