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NCAA takes the right stand

September 25, 2016 The NCAA finally did something right. more »»

Dropping ball at goal line no minor irritation

September 22, 2016 I’m going to go a bit off the beaten track today into college football, but this is an issue that has also dogged the pro ranks at times. more »»

Football grief is endured in stages

September 18, 2016 Last week, the Central Michigan Chippewas pulled off possibly the most amazing play so far this season, even though it ended up being a controversial one. CMU was down 27-24 to No. more »»

Week 1 both answered, posed many questions

September 15, 2016 Week 1 of the NFL season taught us a few things about some teams. But it also taught nothing about others. more »»

Cornhuskers’ tribute sets the bar high

September 11, 2016 Tributes to athletes are emotional experiences. Some of them are typical and rather ordinary, while others are humorous and light-hearted. The difficult ones are the ones based on sadness. more »»

Who cares about a Super Bowl rematch?

September 8, 2016 Boy oh boy, did the NFL blow a great opportunity with its schedule this week. more »»

Packers’ failure equates to Vikings fans’ success

September 4, 2016 They somehow did it again. more »»

The rinks are melting in Alaska

August 28, 2016 Out on the Last Frontier, polar bears are on the verge of extinction. The ice is melting rapidly and unless the legislature does something soon, the bears may no longer exist a year from now. more »»

Don’t stop believing, Lions fans

August 21, 2016 Since I’ve moved to Michigan, I’ve tried to find one moment that sums up the woes of the Detroit Lions. more »»

Female athletes make Rio fun

August 14, 2016 Heading into the Rio Olympics, the two main storylines seemed to be how many more gold medals is swimmer Michael Phelps going to pick up, and whether an athlete was going to die or mutate into... more »»

It’s now or never for the Tigers

August 7, 2016 Over my years of being a sports fan and the last few years as a sports writer, I’ve realized one consistent truth in baseball. more »»

Griffey a kid at heart

July 31, 2016 Last Sunday, one of the best all-around players in baseball history achieved his sport’s highest honor when Ken Griffey Jr. was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. more »»

Rain brings PGA to screeching halt

July 31, 2016 By DOUG FERGUSON AP Golf Writer SPRINGFIELD, N.J. more »»

It’s going to be rough in Rio

July 24, 2016 In a matter of days, the Summer Olympics will take place down in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the first Games held in South America. more »»

That was a smart decision, Tom Brady

July 17, 2016 Finally — the most ridiculous scandal in NFL history has reached its en. more »»

NBA great Nate Thurmond, Hall of Fame center, dies at 74

July 17, 2016 By PAUL ELIAS Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO — Former NBA great Nate Thurmond, a tenacious defensive center who played with Wilt Chamberlain and was an iconic sports figure in two cities, died... more »»

Do we need All-Star games anymore?

July 10, 2016 Since 1933, Major League Baseball fans have flocked to a different ballpark in July each year or have been glued to their radio or television sets to partake in the All-Star Game. more »»

How much does Durant add to the Warriors?

July 6, 2016 I remember quite well what I thought the last time I received a notice in an email that said I had become a millionaire by winning a sweepstake. more »»

College World Series a jewel often overlooked

July 3, 2016 There’s a tournament that is known by many, but is overshadowed by other major college sports and tends to get lost in the shuffle. more »»

What is the new most miserable sports city?

June 25, 2016 The title drought has finally come to an end for Cleveland and I, like most fans, couldn’t be happier for the cit. more »»



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