It’s called “March Madness”. The college basketball post season is wall-to-wall hoops. But, it may not be as “mad” as it has been.
If you don’t enjoy college basketball, March is a month you need to wear out the RedBox or Netflix and rent a lot of movies. It’s pretty much wall-to-wall hoops.
Some people who know Albert Pujols tell me that he’s had a winter of second thoughts about his decision to sign the deal with the Angels.
Close your eyes and imagine you are in Jupiter, Florida today. Sitting in the stands behind home plate. Can you hear that sound?
On February 4th my wife and I were invited to go to the St. Louis University/Dayton basketball game at Chaifetz Arena on the SLU campus by Bill Slattery.
St. Louis University’s Billikens laid 50 points on St. Bonaventure Wednesday night at in the SECOND half and sent the Bonnies home, 86–62 in an Atlantic 10 game. Charlie Spoonhour would have been proud. It was his kind of basketball game.
Time flies. It’s hard to believe that Muhammad Ali hit the big 7–0h. Seventy years old for one of the most famous people in the world in our lifetime.
Every time you drive past or go into the Edward Jones Dome – “America’s Center” – you should remember Jerry Clinton. Without him, there would be no NFL team here, there would be no NCAA Final Fours, there would be no huge conventions.
There are some tears on the ice in the National Hockey League.
There is no rule that a coach cannot be inducted into Cooperstown. But none have. Dave Duncan should break that barrier.