Today is the second biggest day of the biggest week on the NFL calendar, Super Bowl Media Day. There is a different wrinkle this year, being the first Super Bowl played outdoors in a cold weather climate, while media day moves indoors.
THE SPORTS WORLD “AS SEEN ON T-V” You see them in just about every shopping mall now, the “As Seen on T-V” stores, where you can purchase those items of dubious effect-ability that look so […]
It’s like freezing temperatures in New England in January. They’re the norm, it’s life as we have come to know it. When the temperatures rise in January and the snow and ice begin to melt we cower before the gods of global warming. Something is not right in our universe.
Don’t ask. No need. I’ll tell. The question I’ll most likely face the next week is what I think of the report out of Blacksburg, Virginia that UCONN athletic director Warde Manuel’s name is on a short list of candidates for the soon to be vacant A.D.’s post at Virginia Tech.
Alex Rodriguez has become his own worst enemy. If he’d only taken his medicine and gone home, then showed everyone that, at age 40, he still had something left, he might have kept his fans and even made a few more.
CARE TO COMMENT? Where do we go from here? The obvious answer is Met Life Stadium in frosty New Jersey, February 2nd, Super Bowl XLVIII, but there’s more to it than that. Where do we […]
When pitchers and catchers report to spring training camps next month Jeff Smith will officially begin his fifth season as manager of the Eastern League New Britain Rock Cats, the only former Rock Cats player ever to manage the team.
Is Clayton Kershaw ready for it? Can the Dodgers ace handle being the most hated man in baseball?
If you want weather forecasts and financial news this morning the best place to turn is the sports sections. Weather gets most of the attention, primarily for it’s impact on the finances.
I said yesterday I want it to go away. I don’t want to have to comment on it anymore. We’re all weary of it and just want, well, “You know who”, to accept the penalty and see if, at age 40, he still has the tools to be a productive Major League Baseball player without using “You know what”.