it was quite the 2013 for sports in connecticut…let’s look back…let’s start here at home with the connecticut brand — the uconn huskies…what a tumultuous year it was up in storrs…things started with the uconn […]
A STORY OF THE SEASON I believe in Christmas miracles. I even believe I’ve been on the receiving end of one or two in my lifetime. But, more than miracles, I believe in the human […]
PLAYING SANTA CLAUS IN THE NFL If I got to play Santa Claus in the National Football League this year, pad my tummy, don the long white wig, loop the hangers of a bushy white […]
I get increasingly concerned every morning when I open the newspapers and read about the latest crossover wannabes who are taking up my time in the sports world, 15 minutes at a time.
There’s an interesting and ironic feature in the sports section of USA Today this morning. Interesting will become evident, ironic in the timing.
Baseball. What a game. Not the game within the foul lines, the game within the game.
JAPANESE TOOTH PASTE Now it begins. And it’s likely to lead to the most interesting off season posting war in Major League Baseball history. Major League Baseball and Nippon Baseball finally put some ink on […]
The situation continues to deteriorate with the Doc Hurley Scholarship Foundation. The annual Doc Hurley Scholarship Classic high school basketball tournament was scheduled to begin this week at the gym at Weaver High School that bears Doc’s name.
THE MEN BEHIND THE COMMITTMENT Warde Manuel’s selection of Notre Dame defensive coordinator and associate head coach Bob Diaco as UCONN’s 30th head football coach was widely hailed yesterday as just the move he needed […]
Major League Baseball took a step in the right direction yesterday by taking a step back at home plate. Spurred by growing concerns over the safety of the players, Major League Baseball rules committee chairman Sandy Alderson, the general manager of the New York Mets, announced at the winter meetings in Florida yesterday plans to eliminate home plate collisions.