As everyone could have seen coming, Brett Favre was the winner of the 2010 Sports Human Of The Year award. Karen F. Owen made it close, but Favre had 53.41 percent of the vote.
We have come to the last round of the 2010 Sportshuman Of The Year tournament, and we probably should have all seen this matchup coming. No two stories captivated the world of Deadspin this year, for better or worse.
Oh, if only the dog of Joel Monaghan's Canberra Raiders teammate had somehow made it into Duke. In the interests of research, anyway ...
It's kind of amazing that these two have never been captured in the same photo together. I totally looked. Nothing. Give it time.
It's the media subregional! It is worth noting that the only two media folk to make the SHOTY final eight are both former ESPN employees. Well, then, the decks must be swabbed shiny clean over there then.
There's no real tale of the tape to run through in this first SHOTY quarterfinal matchup, but if there were, you couldn't help but note that The Machine (probably) has one more title than LeBron does.
Like sands through the hourglass, so are the days of telestrator dong. It's amazing that it's already time for Sportshuman Of The Year nominations, yet, here we are.
Yes, it is that time of year. (A little late, actually.) We're doing the unveiling of the nominees a little different this year, so pay attention.