With personal seat licenses and ticket prices soaring, Jemele Hill thinks the era of the average fan may be over.
In today's fast-paced sports world, people and things become obsolete quickly. Here's what Jemele Hill thinks has jumped the shark.
Don't get all worked up about Lane Kiffin and the rest of these young NFL coaches, says Jemele Hill. The NFL's a different world these days.
Don't know the new coach of the Steelers? That -- even more than Lovie Smith and Tony Dungy making the Super Bowl -- is a sign of racial progress, writes Jemele Hill.
The death of Darrent Williams has Jemele Hill connecting the dots between a culture that glorifies violence and athletes getting shot.