By Phil Hecken
As the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi begin to wind down, I’m sure we’re all a feeling a bit of Olympic-fatigue, but I’d say all-in-all, this was a pretty good set of games (and much better than all the doom-predictors and nay-sayers were expecting). Yeah, there were still a bunch of . . . → Read More: Jumpin’ Jim-iny!
By Phil Hecken, with Rick Pearson and Jim Vilk
Two throwback games. Two cities. And the differences couldn’t have been greater if they were played in different decades.
You’re all probably aware the Minnesota Twins (playing as the Minneapolis Millers) and the Kansas City Royals (playing as the KC Blues) hooked up in a . . . → Read More: The Difference Was Like Night & Day
By Phil Hecken, with Terry Duroncelet
While I was away for the past few days, in New Hampshire, chasing a story for my Independent Study project for this semester (hint: it deals with GOP candidates), I didn’t get to watch any TV, including all but about 5 minutes of the BCS Championship Game Monday . . . → Read More: Just Ducky — Bowl Roundup, Part Deux
By Phil Hecken, with Rick Pearson, Larry Bodnovich & Jim Vilk
College football has screwed with traditional rivalries, screwed with the Conferences, screwed with the bowls, screwed with the scheduling…screwed with the uniforms…the latter being at least as egregious as all of the former. But the one thing the NCAA still gets right is . . . → Read More: Army and Navy…Through The Years