Posts by Alex Shultz
The Lone Star Lament: Can the Texas Longhorns Move Back Up the State College Football Power Rankings?
The Longhorns used to be the undisputed kings of Texas football. This year, they might be the fifth-best program in the state. What gives? And when might it change?
A Speculative Evaluation of Which NBA Free Agents Celebrated Their New Contracts Best
How do any of the NBA’s current crop of free agents celebrate their newfound riches?
Lightning Round: Can ‘Jersey Boys’ Appeal to Anyone Under 70? The Grantland Interns Investigate.
We sent our four 21-year-old interns to test the film’s youth appeal.
Surviving Sanctions: Looking Back at What Just Happened at USC
As a Texas transplant who arrived at USC in 2011, I had no idea what to expect from the athletics program. Several things became obvious pretty quickly: Pete Carroll, despite his abrupt departure in 2010, remained a legend on campus. Former basketball coach Tim Floyd was remembered less fondly.
We Sent Our Interns to L.A.’s Great Horror Campout (They Survived, Sort Of)
On Saturday, we sent our interns to the Great Horror Campout. They survived, sort of. Here is their full report.