The power of writing amplifies voices that must be heard. I will do my best to shine a light.

I haven’t written anything since March, for obvious reasons. COVID-19 and the rest of the unsettling events happening deterred me from writing about anything related to sports.

This month, I plan…


I can’t stand sports highlights or 24-hour news coverage anymore.

As someone who transitioned to a fully-remote career at the beginning of the year, I imagined working from home would be easy. …


Everyone, take note (Yahoo Sports)

My introduction to Sabrina Ionescu came from a former sports media colleague of mine in college, who is presently a broadcaster for St. Mary’s College in Moraga, CA. He got excited calling the lady Gaels facing the Oregon Ducks and gushed to me about Ionescu.

This colleague is always ahead…


Coming live to a ballpark near you, soon

As the great Rogers Hornsby once said, “People ask me what I do in winter when there’s no baseball. I’ll tell you what I do. I stare out the window and wait for spring.” Amidst the Super Bowl madness, I have no shame in admitting I’m one of those who…


The man to beat. The 49ers will achieve just that.

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Super Bowl Sunday is like Christmas Day, especially for Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers fans this year. For the Chiefs, it’s the first Super Bowl appearance in 50 years, and the 49ers’ first time since 2013. Both franchises are looking…


He was the enemy for years, and now he’s gone in tragedy.

The quintessential image of Kobe, an early memory for me (The Daily Beast)

It’s been about 24 hours since the news of Kobe Bryant’s tragic passing from a helicopter crash, and naturally, most of the world is in shock. The endless ESPN alerts on my phone covering all angles of his…


The 49ers assistant offensive coach is the 1st female and the 1st LGBTQ person to go to a Super Bowl (WDNU)

Katie Sowers represents something bigger for the NFL and its 100th anniversary.

After the San Francisco 49ers beat the Green Bay Packers to head to Super Bowl LIV, the offensive assistant coach made some history of her own as the first female and openly lesbian coach to go to a…


There’s nothing left to prove.

PC: USA Today

Flashback to this past Saturday’s AFC Wild Card game, the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots facing a tough Tennessee Titans team. The score is 14–13 with a few minutes left in the 4th quarter, and the Patriots are attempting a last-minute comeback, starting…


PC: Sporting News

While the AFC Super Bowl contenders are few and far between (it’s the Ravens, let’s be honest), the NFC has some serious competition. The road to Miami in this postseason is going through San Francisco this season, but could easily end up in Green Bay. In short, it’s a crapshoot…


The Road to Miami (USA Today)

It’s that time of year! Another NFL playoffs full of amazing talent, competitive games, and the dream of a 6-seed making it to the Super Bowl (but don’t get hopes too high). The AFC generally is going to experience a shakeup, with the reigning champion New England Patriots facing some…

Tressa Furry

Tressa Furry is a freelance writer who specializes in sports, music, movies, culture, and life in her 20’s. Email: furrytm@gmail.com

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