Chances are pretty good that you’ve never heard of my #9 choice in this book on Olympic Favorites. However, after reading about how she dominated international women’s track and field events a generation ago, you’ll more than likely never forget … Continue reading
Today’s #TBT sports blog remembers the former St. Louis Rams football team before the franchise relocated to Southern California. The team entertained NFL fans with their amazing speed and ability to score quickly and often and earned a clever nickname … Continue reading
Another New York Yankee tops the charts as one of Major League Baseball’s most admired and respected players ever.
This famous shortstop became known as Mr. November through unique circumstances surrounding the postponement of the 2001 World Series.Continue reading
Happy Halloween! To celebrate today’s holiday, I just released my 3rd edition of the sports comic book Deadly Sports Stuff. It’s available for safe downloading on Amazon for just 99 cents. Click HERE. Here’s my intro. It should give you … Continue reading
It’s only fitting that Major League Baseball’s Mr. October Reggie Jackson leads off today’s #TBT sports blog. This Baseball Hall of Fame slugger wore the colorful uniform of the Oakland A’s and the traditional pinstripes of the New York Yankees. … Continue reading
Today’s Sunday Special Sports Blog focuses on a priceless endeavor. It recognizes the NFL, once again, for making A Crucial Catch its annual initiative to raise awareness of, or as its slogan aptly states, to intercept cancer. The NFL’s Crucial … Continue reading
In-game entertainment varies by sport and venue.
However, all sports fans can agree that in-game entertainers can be especially creative to support the home team.
These entertainers range from perky cheerleaders to talented jugglers. They include dancers, twirlers and tuba players.
From Frisbee catching dogs on a baseball field to dunking gorillas on a basketball court, in-game entertainment absolutely enriches the sports fans’ experience at the park, stadium or arena.Continue reading
Today’s #TBT Sports Blog features Red Grange – one of NCAA football’s greatest players of all time. My post recalls Grange – an incomparable college football player with the unforgettable nickname – The Galloping Ghost. In 2008, ESPN.com called Red … Continue reading
Today’s #TBT Sports Blog tells the history of Death Valley – both of them. One of college football’s most daunting places for visiting teams to play, Death Valley rests peacefully in one of my favorite sports comic books – Deadly … Continue reading
Lou Holtz’s ESPN College Game Day sterling studio schtick earns him a spot in our living rooms each fall weekend.
Sure, little Lou looks like he never played a lick and probably couldn’t bench press a broom.
For cryin’ out loud – as this charismatic old coaching codger likes to say – I absolutely love Lou Holtz even more now as a talking head and co-anchor with Mark May during ESPN College Game Day broadcasts.Continue reading