Thank You Notes to the NBA

Another NBA article – I can see Muels rolling his eyes. Be patient m’amigo we’ll get back to your topics. Besides I am waiting for you to weigh in on the Letterman and Weis stuff below. I grew up on the ‘70’s NBA. A time when many games were seen via delayed broadcast. Friday nights […]

Jr. Rhinos Do Battle In The Empire Cup

Coach Rene Tadal’s squad looked to continue their winning ways from last weekend’s Northern Ohio championship. The team’s Saturday morning wake-up call came in the person of the Pittsburgh North Stars, and by the time the Rhinos responded they found themselves facing a three-goal deficit. The North Stars controlled the first half of play and […]

Mid-May Musings

I’m not a big NBA fan … until the playoffs start and the games actually mean something. Midway through this year’s playoffs, a couple things are evident. One is that there’s some pretty good, exciting basketball being played out West. The upstart Warriors upstaged the Dallas Mavwrecks in one of the biggest playoff upsets in […]

Letterman’s Top Ten Signs A Baseball Player Is Too Old

10. Gets winded putting on his socks. 9. Hard slide into second triggers life-alert pendant. 8. While playing outfield, yells at teammates to get the hell off his lawn. 7. When buying performance-enhancing drugs, gets the AARP card out. 6. Claims he killed President McKinley with a line drive. 5. Often begins sentences, “As Shoeless […]

From NO EXCUSES by Charlie Weis and Vic Carucci

Something that is a little different. Thought I’d share some wisdom from Weis and get everyone’s take. Brief background – these events take place after Notre Dame’s loss to USC at South Bend. The game made infamous by Reggie Bush’s shoving of Matt Leinart into the end zone. Here goes. After addressing the media, then […]

Jr. Rhinos Win The Northern Ohio Cup!!!!

During Saturday’s team meeting Coach Rene Tadal told his players: “This is going to be a good weekend. This will be a good tournament for us.” Five games and two sets of penalty kicks later the Junior Rhinos made good on their coach’s promise. Amanda ‘AT’ Taylor clutched the final penalty kick attempt from the […]

The Sky Is Falling! The Sky Is Falling!

We all know the story. Chicken Little is out in the garden when she gets bopped in the head by an acorn. The nut throws her into a tizzy, and she thinks the world is comin’ to an end. Well, take a look around all you Henny Pennies and Turkey Lurkeys. The sports world is […]

a true story

A family of four used the recent Spring break to visit with loved ones in Long Island. As part of the trip mom and dad decided to take their eight-year-old daughter and five year-old-son into the Big Apple. They stopped at St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Climbing the stairs the children gazed in awe at the gothic […]

Sports Reincarnations

So I’m sittin’ in my easy chair the other night watching the Mavs and Warriors go at it … and then it hits me. The whole game I’m watching Baron Davis and thinking “I’ve seen this guy before … but where?” It’s like I’ve seen him in another life, or more specifically, in HIS other […]


The Oakland Raiders with the first pick take …… Bobby Boucher. Roger Goodell : “ Ahhhh Al, this is a fictional character from the Waterboy…” Al Davis: “Ahhh, now that is some quality H2O… What? Fictional? I was just watching that game tape the other day? This guy is a stud.” Bobby Boucher suddenly walking […]