What it’s like to discover that you can no longer hold your morning coffee (or anything else) til noon. And worse, to find that you’re just like people you never thought you’d be!
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There was a lot I liked about Fox’s first broadcast of its 10-year $1 billion deal to broadcast the Open. They crossed some boundaries, used new technologies, and almost made up for the fact of Tiger Woods being terrible…again!
A column in the recent National Review details why the liberal agenda has finally reached its peak without actually getting to the top. I say…it never had a chance!
For something so anticipated, movie theaters are empty, and after seeing it, one has to wonder about the empty character of those who paid to make the movie, Entourage.
Now that it’s over, some words on why I’ll never feel sorry for Cleveland and the “curse” of not winning a major sports championship. A lot of other towns haven’t won, either, and they’re doing just fine!
If what Bruce Jenner did is such big news…if it matters so much to so many…then why are there so few that did what Bruce Jenner did? And why should it matter to the rest of us?
The changing face of baseball is clearly evident at this state tournament, and take it from me, it would hard to justify that the change is good.
What every losing coach talked about Thursday, the irony of accomplishment, a season-long journey, that simply wasn’t long enough.
Huntington Park’s playing field looks like a pool table…the best field the average high school baseball player will ever play on. But keeping it that way is a whole different matter.
If you blink you might miss it…one of area baseball’s best tournament stories that comes from a community’s belief, and one man’s commitment.
Years of “soft” baseball has convinced me. If you want the game to be better, and faster paced, put it back in the hands of the pitchers.
To the age-old question about whether a fallen tree makes a noise if there’s no one there to hear it, it’s just as relevant with the coverage of sports.
The Buckeyes aren’t the only ones trying to figure out a way to win this week. Baseball-wide, a lot of coaches are finding it’s easier to talk about the game than play it.
Owing to a recent Press Pros commentary on spring baseball in Ohio…and the power of the internet…apparently one reader got the message and has responded with an opinion of his own.
To those who have applied for financial aid from Press Pros, your wait and anticipation is about to be over. The announcement for two great scholarships will come in a matter of days.
If you think the state doesn’t care…if you think there aren’t people out there watching…you’re wrong. Interest is very high for area teams vying for Columbus and the baseball finals.
All moms are special, and unique, but the extra something, whatever it is, that moms with athletes have make the relationship all the more special.
Recent blogs on the fact of paying taxes led one reader to ask the inevitable, relative to the average taxpayer. Do professional athletes pay enough?
I continue to be amazed at the time wasted on social media, the outright surrender of personal privacy, and worse…the naivete’ regarding the worst possible scenario possible.
With the risks and expectations from an increasingly polarized society regarding justice, accountability, and fairness, why would anyone want these two jobs?