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Waking up to news of Hank Aaron’s death Friday morning was a jolt straight to my baseball heart. A little piece of my childhood died right along with him.
Can't say the sun came out shining any brighter Thursday morning, but shades came in handy. The air going into the lungs felt fresher.
The Mariners are a team whose foundation was built on roster miscalculations.
Shhh. Don't mention the you-know-what Gonzaga has going.
It’s always gratifying to watch Gonzaga’s basketball team play on ESPN, the gold standard of sports broadcasting. But there are issues at times, mainly late or starts moved to other channels due to the network jamming games in two-hour windows.
The Washington men’s basketball team has been hide-your-eyes hideous in 2020-21, and the scary part is that it’s hard to see it getting much better.
I’m sure many people were parsing quarterback Russell Wilson’s words and reading his body language Thursday, searching for signs of discontent in the wake of the jarring end to the Seahawks’ season, Pete Carroll’s stated desire to run the ball more often and the subsequent firing of offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer.
Before the good folks in Jacksonville get too revved up about the arrival of Urban Meyer, let’s review a few cautionary tales.
Jay Bilas has a law degree. He still is a member of a Charlotte law firm. He was also, as most college basketball fans know, played at Duke.
Even before Donald Trump became president, his relationship with golf was always uncomfortable.
They passed more COVID-19 tests than any other NFL team, unofficially anyway. So maybe the Seattle Seahawks can hang that banner.
Perry White was one of my favorite newspaper editors. No, not Clark Kent’s boss at the Daily Planet.
Even in this most unusual of college basketball seasons, the success Gonzaga consistently enjoys can get a little, well, boring might not be the right word but it’s apt.
Tommy Lasorda loved the game of baseball more than anything.
Before the grand old sports banquet was consigned to Spokane's reliquary, Tommy Lasorda returned in February 1992 to regale the adults with a few gags in the evening and proselytize education to the teens at the afternoon.
For scouting and preparation purposes, this scheduling on the fly has to induce at least a little stress.
Before Gonzaga’s 86-69 rout of BYU even tipped Thursday night, ESPN’s Sean Farnham was already disappointed.
During this harrowing time, I have been preoccupied with losing weight. I haven't talked about it much, preferring to shed in isolation. For those who have noticed the clues - my slimmer face on video calls, occasional pictures from my wife on social media, a few text-message references - the reaction always includes the same question.
One of the ubiquitous explainers for the civic mania that attended the nascent stages of Gonzaga's basketball rise was the only-game-in-town factor.
If you skipped the halftime show, you missed some of the best promos for Gonzaga in years. And we’re not even talking about the taped ones the school uses to sell itself.