On This Day in 1985 Villanova Beat Georgetown for NCAA Title

April 1, 1985 marks a special day in NCAA college basketball history. College basketball players, fans, coaches and pundits have claimed that on that memorable day the Villanova Wildcats emerged as the closest a team has ever come to playing … Continue reading

NCAA Basketball’s The Palestra in Philadelphia

As the NCAA basketball season inches towards tournament time, allow me to brag about my favorite place on the planet to watch college hoops. Perhaps Philadelphia’s most revered sports venue, the Palestra is appropriately called the Cathedral of College Basketball. … Continue reading

Philadelphia Sports Icons: New FREE Sports Comic Book

Since the Declaration of Independence was signed here in 1776, the City of Brotherly Love has nurtured a rich and diverse heritage. The home town of the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall has also become synonymous with the birthplace of … Continue reading

FREE Sports Comic Book: Philadelphia Sports Icons

My newest FREE sports comic book chronicles the stories of iconic figures in Philadelphia sports history. In addition to its predecessors – Boston Sports Icons and New York Sports Icons – Philadelphia Sports Icons is third in a series of … Continue reading