If you wondering why so much attention to college baseball on this website, read, consider, and appreciate what used to be…and the way it is now.
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I knew him as an instructor, and as an umpiring acquaintance. But that was enough for former big league umpire John McSherry to call you..his friend. Remembering a sad day in major league baseball.
If you’re one who’s fascinated by I-Phones and social media, learn something from the D’Angelo Russell fiasco. And ask yourself the question: When is a joke not a joke?
Opening day for the Reds is a week away, and for the life of me I can’t seem to care. But I can list the reasons for you…why!
All the things Jim Harbaugh’s required to do to win at Michigan form an exhilarating adventure made all the more exhilarating by the coaches and empty suits he ticks off doing what he does.
I’ve reached a place in my life where the thrill of the buzzer beater just isn’t worth the hour of volume-increased commercials beforehand. The pre-game hype, the incessant analysis, and the onslaught of advertising wearies my soul, to be honest.
The epidemic of political correctness has now smacked Ohio State University where it hurts the most…its athletic director apologizing to Michigan for a snarky remark about football. And I ask…why?
If you’ve ever wondered why people mess with something that works, read on. If you’ve ever wondered why fouls in January aren’t fouls in March, read on. If you’ve ever wondered every year’s trophy looks exactly alike, read on.
Their performance finally woke up the moribund gloom of the tournament’s first day, and their following gave indication that championship basketball was relevant. The John Glenn ‘Muskies’ stole the first day’s show.
The weekend’s boys state tournament will be interesting for the fact of first-timers and teams that haven’t been there in ages. But will fans who haven’t been there in ages come to see it?
Despite the best efforts of our leaders, our teachers, our coaches, our clergy and our conscience, we continue to lose the battle against disrespect for authority and mean-spirited behavior. Translation: We are what we are!
Fifty years after moving away from Ironton, my former hometown’s women’s basketball team is undefeated and playing in today’s Division III semi-final.
You might not know his name, but you know his music. On this date, in 1932, John Phillip Sousa…the March King…died.
If you wish to be considered for the 2016 Hal McCoy Scholarship for study in journalism, communications, and language, this is your final reminder to get your application in before deadline.
It’s hard to relish a game when any semblance of competition is destroyed even before tip-off. So why, except for the fact of money, do we even have them…and call it a tournament?
In an age where safety and “respect the game” is demanded, we’ve lost appreciation altogether in baseball for competitive fairness.
Getting key contributions from just about everyone, Covington rallied to win its first tournament game under Matt Pond.
Miami East pulled of a shocker by beating number one seed Anna, while Versailles wins their tenth straight to advance in the tournament.
The Lady Yellow Jackets of Sidney saw their perfect season come to an abrupt and surprising end on Friday in the sectional tournament with a 61-45 loss to Springboro at Troy High School.
In an age of bigger, stronger, and faster, it’s baseball that continues to hold the trump card for the athlete that’s neither, bigger, stronger, or faster. Just better.