I beg your indulgence. Due to my watching the opening impeachment arguments in the Senate — to be used in a future commentary — I am postponing my interview with a U.S. congressman until Thursday.
Discussing sign stealing in college football, Miami University coach Chuck … Read More
Typically, when a college player is recognized for football’s prestigious Heisman trophy, they typically thank parents, coaches, teammates and friends. Louisiana State University quarterback Joe Burrow did something more.
“Coming from southeast Ohio,” Burrow said in his acceptance speech, “it’s a very impoverished area and … Read More
Two recent stories prove two things: first that there is much more to the news than what happens in Washington; second, that sportsmanship and compassion are alive and well.
In the 5000-meter race of the Track and Field World Championships in Doha, Qatar, Jonathan Busby … Read More
This is a little piece of fun, and we could all use a little fun right now.
When you think of legendary baseball managers you think of John McGraw, Joe McCarthy, Connie Mack, Casey Stengel, Walter Alston, Joe Torre – managers that had the grit … Read More
While in office, President Harry Truman was well-known by his fans for not suffering fools lightly, politicians or military. A frequent chant from supporters was, Give’em Hell, Harry!
Looking toward the brighter side, a good friend of mine signs his e-mails, Give’em Heaven.
With that … Read More
1986 was not a happy year for Bill Buckner or me.
Thirty-seven years old, I had filed for divorce from my first wife. Racked with self-doubt, work was intermittent as I pondered whether I would ever find my right place in a career. … Read More
I’ve written ethics-related stories regarding baseball, football, golf and tennis. But this story fished me in!
When Lincoln, North Dakota resident Tom Volk dropped his line in the Heart River on Easter Sunday, God must’ve been smiling down on the 41-year-old fisherman as he reeled … Read More