Dusty Rhodes was, once upon a time, a player for NYU, Pike, and PoNY. In the interests of health and sanity, he tossed that guise aside and now prefers ultimate from the sidelines and stands. You can read his work here at Skyd and there at Major League Ultimate. Most importantly, if you ask nicely, he might still tell you which music is on tap.

Talking Heads

by April 22, 2015, 7:39am 0

For pro athletes, media criticism comes with the territory. But in ultimate, players are the media and nobody is actually “pro.” What then?

A Partial Discussion of Tournament Formats (Or: Pandora’s Box)

by March 4, 2015, 6:58am 0

As the Triple Crown Tour gains traction and fans join the mix, ultimate needs to reconsider tournaments as a format for competitive play.

The Spectator

by February 4, 2015, 8:19am 0

When we talk about ultimate, individuals and teams and particular seasons don't matter. What matters is the game.