We’re bleary eyed and weary, tired of hearing about it and wondering, where do we go from here?
Some teams still do it the old fashioned way, which often makes them better teams to watch in the second half of the college basketball season.
I don’t go along with the idea of a post Hall of Fame ballot “witch hunt”, the process of hunting down writers who left player “X”, “Y” or “Z” off their ballot to question their reasons for the omissions.
Any hint of humor to the “best friends forever” relationship between Dennis Rodman and Kim Jong Un was eradicated with the realization that Rodman was serious about this, serious in his message that the world has a wrongheaded view of “Little Kim”.
Now it is done, and now it begins. The final BCS Championship Game was played at the Rose Bowl last night and Florida State ended a seven year Southeast Conference domination of the event with a 34-31 win over Auburn.
Checking the morning papers I noticed I wasn’t the only one who caught the comments from the often indecipherable CBS studio analyst Shannon Sharpe in previewing yesterday’s Packers-49ers NFC Wild Card game at Green Bay’s Lambeau Field.
FEEL THE WARM I didn’t receive any of the expected phone calls this morning, from the usual phalanx of callers prone to jumping on any sportscaster over any misspeak. As is evidenced by the number […]
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