Eldon Ham

Ham: Why The NFL Needs To Lose The Roger Goodell-Tom Brady StandoffThe NFL appears to have overplayed its hand.
Ham: NFL and Undue ProcessThere's a difference between innocent and not guilty.
Ham: Why Roger Goodell Should ResignGoodell has used Janay Rice rather than supporting her, which is ridiculous.
Bernstein: Goodell's PR Move Also Better PolicyThere are now stiffer penalties for all sorts of off-the-field incidents.
Ham: Is Don Sterling A Canary In The NBA Gold Mine?Saying Sterling deserves due process may come back to cost Adam Silver.
Sosa-McGwire: The Shock & Awe Summer Of 1998When the month of June drew to a close exactly 15 years ago, it was about to become the greatest individual home run month in the history of baseball. Sammy Sosa and Mark McGwire electrified America, but we would soon learn that it had all happened during the heart of the steroid era.
Eldon Ham: How The Great Baseball Oxymoron Undermines AmericaOne of the most absurd judicial cop-outs of all time is 40 years old on June 19, 2012.
Eldon Ham: Muhammad And MeThe enigmatic Muhammad Ali could be brutally honest and sometimes brutally cruel, but he was also funny, creative, athletic, glib, poetic, determined, humble, pious, anarchistic, dignified, irreverent, sometimes out of line and other times a beacon of change during the 1960s days of rage.
Ham: Sandusky Said 'Way, Way Too Much' One day after Jerry Sandusky went on national television for his first public interview since begin charged with more than 40 counts of child sexual abuse, The Score's legal expert Eldon Ham joined The McNeil and Speigel Show to break down the legal ramifications of Sandusky's interview.
Ham: Feds Could Get Involved With Penn StateWith legal issues swirling around Penn State and former defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky for his alleged sexual abuse of young boys, The McNeil and Spiegel Show brought in The Score's legal analyst Eldon Ham to help make sense of the controversy in Happy Valley.
Ham: Have The NBA Players Met The Real Enemy?LeBron James might be a load to handle on the court, but in the NBA labor quagmire he’s got nothing on a swamp turtle named Pogo, a comic pages pundit with a labor lesson for LeBron and the NBA players. “We have met the enemy, and the enemy is us,” said Pogo, the resident sage of cartoonist Walt Kelly’s Okefenokee Swamp.
61: The Scarlet Number - How the Maris Home Run Record Could Help Expunge the Steroid EraThis October 1 marks exactly 50 years since Roger Maris slammed home run #61 in 1961, taking down two icons with one swing: Babe Ruth and Mickey Mantle.