By John P. Lopez The Houston Texans either were deceitful and conniving with Andre Johnson a year ago, or they were incapable of seeing this day coming. We know this now, because in the wake […]
PHOENIX (CBS HOUSOTN) – John Lopez took advantage of his first full day in Phoenix to try and climb Phoenix’s famous Camelback Mountain. Lopez, a man’s man (in his mind), thought that this would be […]
[EDITOR’S NOTE: We asked everyone here at SportsRadio 610 what they consider their top moments in 2014 sports world are. This is John Lopez’s person list of his top five moments.]
By John P. Lopez Never has Texas college football been on the kind of dominating roll that it is now. Remember the late-1990s and early-2000s, when everything in college football went through the state of […]
By John P. Lopez The recruiting trail is quite the perilous road: Big-time programs simply cannot win without successfully navigating it. It truly is the road to glory. Without big-time players, there can be no […]
By John P. Lopez My son chugged a pitcher of beer in about 40-seconds. My daughter did it in a bit over a minute-and-a-half. Neither hurled. Neither looked unaccustomed or afraid of the daunting task. […]
At this point, the Texans no longer have a leg to stand on. Someone else will slip. Someone else will fall. Someone else — heaven forbid the $100 million crunch-and-munch king, J.J. Watt — will […]
The great Robin Williams affected every corner of life. Few actors and comedians, however, found so much joy — and material — in sports.
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By John P. Lopez Her name is Mackenzie. Some call her, “Crazy Mac.” She is a precious little 10-year-old girl who’s been dealt a challenging hand. Crazy Mac has Muscular Dystrophy and is about to […]
The list has been an easy one — inarguable, in my opinion, for years.
Three athletes always have stood at the top when it comes to transcendent feats and performances in what ultimately was a losing effort: Michael Jordan, Reggie Miller, Mike Scott.
Each deserved a better result, instead ultimately having to settle for a tip of the cap and a place among the greatest near-misses in sports history.