"If I ruled the world, I would forbid any kind of war, especially for any kind of religious or money reasons. I would probably make it easier to travel without any kind of visa or any of that stuff. I would also lower gas and travel expenses."
A GRIP ON SPORTS • With next Wednesday the first day of the NCAA's football signing period, it's little wonder recruiting news is front and center today. But the most heavily recruited person in this area may surprise you. Read on.
The 1923-24 basketball season had been a good one for the North Central Indians and their coach, J. Wesley Taylor. Although they lost the city series to the Lewis and Clark Tigers, who had represented Spokane in the State Tournament, NC rebounded the week after...
A GRIP ON SPORTS • Yesterday is officially the worst day in American sports. Everything that is wrong with our sporting culture is on display. It is also the worst-named day in American sports. Instead of "Media Day" it should be called "Marketing Day." Read on.
Back from media day and I took a deeper look at Gonzaga’s defense. It’s been outstanding the last three games, bouncing back from a rough second half against Pepperdine. Read on for more on the defense, a progress report on redshirts Bryan Alberts and Ryan...
A GRIP ON SPORTS • That noise you hear in the background is the Super Bowl hype machine warming up. It began to turn over yesterday in Phoenix as the Seahawks arrived in town. Today the Patriots touch down and the machine will be going full blast. Read on.
Gonzaga reached the halfway point of the WCC season following a 91-60 rout of Pacific last night. The Zags are 9-0, one game in front of Saint Mary’s. Here’s my game story and S-R photos. More from last night’s game in my day-after post below
A GRIP ON SPORTS • This is the first Sunday in a long, long time without NFL football. (And don't even mention the Pro Bowl. Just don't.) Which leaves the day open for other things. Like what, you ask. We can tell you. Read on.