What started as a simple argument about how Remember the Titans is a better football team than Friday Night Lights turned into a much bigger project -- 

Screenside is a website I started that provides commentary on fictional sports stories as if they were real. From analysis on society's treatment of Shooter McGavin to an oral history of Ice Cube's famous triple-double, it's a collection of essays that emphasizes the importance of made up sports stories and their effect on real life. 

It currently has two writers pumping out two articles a week. Below are some of my favorite pieces:

BEER TASTING WITH DOM TORETTO

Dominic Toretto, the famous street racer is known for affinity for the iconic Mexican cerveza. I invited him over to sample some new brews. Read.

BUYING RENTER'S INSURANCE FROM CLIFF PAUL

A routine errand gets a little strange when Chris Paul's twin brother reveal his inner demons. Read.

ARE WE THERE YET?

Played in a time, long before basketball twitter or World Star Hip-Hop vertical orientation video existed, Ice Cube’s story is dictated solely from a first hand account. Read.

HOW I LEARNED HOW TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE SHOOTER MCGAVIN

A memoriam of the former #1 golfer's career and our obsession with narrative. Read.

THE EFFECTS OF BEING TURNT UP AT AN EARLY AGE

The most important legacy this generation's Mortal Kombat tournament left behind. Read.

Partner: Kris Cantrell