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The Toledo Blade has a report on senior St Francis DeSales HS distance runner Kyle Lach in this morning's edition. Kyle is a member of SFS track and cross country teams, along with son of Chili Dog. There are several seniors graduating this year that have had a pretty good ride in high school running. [...]
I have to say, after the dust has settled, I really liked the format of this season. I think 82 games is about 30 too many and four months is far better than six. I might even like a more leisurely schedule that would maybe run mid-Nov until the end of March, with a few [...]
Here is an uproarious essay on the conspiracy that the Rooney family has played a large role in the joke that has become the Cleveland Browns, from our good friends at Kissing Suzy Kolber. A tease…. Obviously any good conspiracy needs a patsy to take the fall and what better patsy then the city of [...]
Jimmy Haslan could find himself in a world of hurt. He is the current owner of the Cleveland Browns, but used to be an interested party in the Steelers.
I'm no fan of Bob Costas. He is wildly overpraised as a beacon of sports journalistic integrity, but I think he's a consescending little prick. He works for a network that doesn't even broadcast any real non-NHL sports. But to some people he's the grandmaster of sports TV. Check out this piece of drivel, which [...]
Bob Costas appeared on the Dan Patrick Show this past week and blasted CBS for the years of tolerance it showed with regard to Augusta National and its racist and sexist policies. It is well-known that Augusta keeps a very tight reign on the TV coverage of The Masters golf tournament, and it is equally [...]
I shall begin with a personal note. As I was filling out my brackets this year, I had the crazy notion to see if I could get an all B1G final four. As it turned out Ohio State, Indiana and Michigan State were all in separate regions and highly seeded, so it wasn’t too much [...]