The issue of what you think, what you want to believe, about Ravens’ linebacker Ray Lewis and his past is complicated. Or, is it?
If the cost of living makes you numb, take a moment to consider the cost of what football in the “Horseshoe” could soon cost…just because you’re willing to pay.
Browns fans need not dress up. Just get out your old jeans and your most comfortable pair of shoes. There’s nothing fancy about your football team’s new hire as head coach. Read more from the man on the seen, Bruce Hooley.
Given the advantage of having an up-close look at last Monday’s national championship win by Alabama, OSU coach Urban Meyer must have thought, “Wow, we’d better get to work.” The latest feature thoughts from columnist Bruce Hooley.
The Browns are thirsty, and Browns fans are always eager for the next glass of “Kool-Aid”. The question is…if he comes to the lakefront, does Chip Kelly’s record at Oregon quench anything?
Two Top-10 teams and revenge factor from a year ago, yes. But Saturday’s OSU-Kansas matchup figures to be far from what’s to come for the Buckeyes once conference play begins in January.
To me the Heisman Trophy represents more than the necessary stats to win it. And if character meant as much as the numbers perhaps we’d have more than one winner…this year!
Regardless of who wins this year’s Heisman, they’ll break some new ground…a first-time freshman winner (Johnny Manziel), or a player deployed exclusively on defense (Manti Te’o).
As hard as it is to lose, to see a magical season come to a disappointing close, Jackson Center coach Scott Elchert consoled senior Andy Hoying as he left the floor for the last time. “Worse than losing itself,” added Elchert later. “It’s tougher to think about having coached these kids for the last time.” Read more from columnist Bruce Hooley, in today’s Press Pros inside feature from the 2012 boys state basketball tournament.
The addition of Maryland and Rutgers to the Big Ten panders to all that’s currently so wrong with college football…extortion disguised as customer service, inflicting the new league brand upon a majority of traditionalists who couldn’t care less.