We’ve considered coaches, we’ve considered players, so what’s left? Well, man does not live by football alone. There has to be either beer, or pizza, or burgers, or atmosphere before the game. Let me share some of the best for 2016.
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There were no protestors in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania over the weekend…just those who came together to remember our differences and celebrate that which most now recognize as the event that brought us together.
If you’re concerned over the realities of day to day, of the elections, our country, and the future…consider the example of what’s being written about the Bengals (of what’s been written), and maybe give truth a chance!
No, it wasn’t like it sounds, but just in case you wondered…it’s what happens when you leave home without your Nikon(s).
Four friends for life, we took a long weekend to reunite while we could, to share that which had brought us together, and lean on each other in the face of our failings. Why now, during the height of football playoffs? Because there is no tomorrow promised.
If you’re worn out from politics and the dark choice between Hillary and Donald, go to YouTube and brighten your day with the memory and sound of Al Hirt, born on this date in 1922.
One of our most loyal readers took the time to write and ask about a prediction for Tuesday’s election. I don’t think about it much, except for how I already feel given the process of either being elected?
Cam Newton came out after Sunday’s game and flatly said he doesn’t get the protection afforded other quarterbacks by the NFL. If you watch the film…it appears he’s right.
As the playoffs begin, some words in response to readers’ concerns over ‘COTY’ candidates overlooked…and once again why I believe the playoff system is simply too long.
It must be a sure sign that the apocalypse is upon us…Latin ‘rap’ music to profile historical American figures and people standing in line to pay their hard-earned money (and lots of it) to hear it. Why can’t Hillary promise free tickets for that, too?
Hail the Cleveland Indians for making the World Series. I only wish it could have been in their old ballpark, and with me sitting in my “own seat” – a special seat right behind home plate. I’ll explain.
Game three of the ALCS gave all the proof you need about why games take four hours to play…and why some of us go to bed dreaming about the way it used to be.
Saturday’s Buckeye heart-stopper gave some readers plenty of reason to vent over the difference of opinion in two Press Pros columns…and I assume because they won!
You can’t find fault with the effort, and certainly the outcome, but someplace in the middle of Saturday night’s win the Buckeyes seemed to lose their way. Read the latest Buckeye post in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
As his record ascends and anticipation builds for the annual rival game with Piqua, Troy’s Matt Burgbacher would do well to consider a point handed down from the ol’ ball coach up the road. If you’re coaching at either school…don’t make permanent plans until you beat Piqua (or Troy).
The finale of the Washington Nationals – Dodgers series Thursday painted a graphic picture of why some teams (and some players) are winners while others play with entitlement and call themselves major leaguers.
First the Browns, then the Bengals, and then the debates. There was nothing about Sunday worth remembering, or watching, until Jared Hoying came to bat for the last time this season. Finally, a reason to smile!
If you’re amazed at the start – the record – of Matt Burgbacher and the Troy Trojans, understand that there’s no limit to what one can accomplish with attitude and a little hard work.
Mindy turned 60 this week with more commotion than the latest Wiki leak from Julian Assange…just the way she likes it!
Nick Saban was openly critical of one of his quarterbacks transferring this week – to better his own situation. Well, hey…guess where kids like that get such an idea?