Friday Q&A: Is Robin A Superhero?

Today's Q&A kickoff comes not from Twitter or email, but rather an existential question unintentionally posed by my 3-year-old son. Despite having never watched any media involving superheroes, the characters just appealed to him. And, in turn, my house has been overrun with superhero-themed toys in recent months: A Thomas The Train track that doubles…

Friday Q&A: Silicon Valley Takes on Pac-12 Football

A key component of the Pac-12's branding emphasizes its regional ties to Silicon Valley and Hollywood. The conference spotlights these ties at the beginning of each football season with media days at a major film studio lot, and at the end with the Championship Game held in Santa Clara. Ahead of the 2017 college football…

Friday Q&A: Okada-Omega; Power Five Breakouts; Terrance Ferguson

Wrestling's most exciting rivalry of 2017 is Okada-Omega, the New Japan feud headlining the two biggest main events of the year to date. It's also the subject of just one entry in this week's Friday Q&A. If you have a question for The Open Man Friday Q&A, email kyle@theopenman.com, or shoot a tweet @kensing45 or…

Friday Q&A: Bill Snyder, No. 1 Arizona and Wrestling Sabermetrics

Congratulations! You made it to Friday, and with it, a new addition in the all-too-seldom updated Q&A column. This being the start of a new month, I have a renewed commitment to Friday Q&A. Q&A is not possible without you, the reader, so thank yous are in order for this week's participants. You can ask…

Stuart Stevens on the Intersection of Civil Rights and College Football

Stuart Stevens is one of the biggest names in political strategy. Stevens'┬áresume includes working for President George W Bush, John McCain, and Mitt Romney. He's also an accomplished author, including The Last Season, which centers on Stevens attending Ole Miss games with┬áhis father in 2013. I spoke with Stevens about his book, what college football…