It seems as if we are talking about some sort of horrific tragedy every couple of weeks now. It feels like we are fighting a losing battle. It’s appalling to what torturous and despicable measures some men will go to inflict hatred on their own kind.
It’s a fluid process, as this season seems to present more deserving men for Coach of the Year than past years.
As we motor toward March Madness 2013, here are the leading candidates, listed alphabetically, for the top college basketball coach in 2012-2013.
The Super Bowl is the most watched and most analyzed American sports event. Even casual fans can rattle off a litany of facts about the Big Game.
But no matter how closely you follow professional football, there are probably some tidbits from the storied history of the Super Bowl that you aren’t aware of.
So, in honor of Super Bowl XLVII, here are 47 trivial Super Bowl facts that you may or may not be aware of.
With the bright prospects of pitchers and catchers reporting to Spring Training in just three weeks, Saturday, January 19, was a cold, dark day for Major League Baseball fans.
Early in the morning it was announced that the great Earl Weaver had died.
Roughly 12 hours later, reports arrived indicating that Stan “the Man” Musial passed away in his suburban St. Louis home. He was 92.
For better or worse, sports make up a good deal of my identity.
Many of the teams I cheer for are a direct result of the area I grew up in. I’m a huge Milwaukee Brewers fan, a part-owner of the Green Bay Packers, love following the Wisconsin Badgers, and I have a passing interest in the Milwaukee Bucks.
But there’s one element of my fanhood that has been ingrained in me since birth, and it has nothing to do with where I grew up.