It might seem hard to understand, but San Francisco embraces Barry Bonds because he's part of the family, says Brian Murphy.
No other day symbolizes so much than Cooler Day -- MLB Opening Day, NCAA championship, Masters' Monday and the first day of spring.
If there's one thing Brian Murphy will remember about the reign of Paul Tagliabue, it's that the man could make money.
Bode Miller cheated the American sports fan in these Olympics. Heck, Brian Murphy even prefers T.O. to Bode.
It's summertime and the livin' is easy for The Cooler as he basks in the growing legends of Tiger and Lance.
At the All-Star Break, The Cooler applauds Frank Robinson, Kenny Rogers ... and the demise of the L.A. Dodgers.
The Cooler was into Michelle Wie's historic victory ... until, well, she fell apart in the final round.
Brian Murphy is loving the conference finals, the new Marichal statue, the Glazer story ... but not interleague play.
Every April – well, almost every April – the sporting planets align to bring us the beloved Cooler Day.
Page 2's Brian Murphy has been e-mailing Eagles fans all season. Let's just say the greatest day of their lives is coming soon.
The star of this year's wild-card weekend wasn't the amazing Peyton Manning. It was Randy Moss' Afro.
While the Bambino looms over the Red Sox, the Patriots have been writing their own legend.
Here's a question for you -- would you rather see your team win, or an opponent make history?
As a Giants fan, Brian Murphy hated Dennis Eckersley. But over the years, he has grown to respect him.
During a week in Troon, the accents were thick and the winner was straight out of Ridgemont High.
Phil Mickelson's from Southern Cal -- but this weekend in New York, he was about as big as the Beatles.