Archive for September, 2011

It’s Miller time

It’s Miller time

| September 21, 2011 | 0 Comments

College football fans used to make fun of Ohio State’s passing game back in Woody Hayes’ era — but that was because the Buckeyes ran the ball down everyone’s throat. Then, against Michigan or in a bowl game, when the Buckeyes would, God forbid, have to pass, they usually couldn’t. Today’s game has changed since […]

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Tribe hung in there

Tribe hung in there

| September 6, 2011 | 0 Comments

Even when the Indians started the season 30-15, and even though they play in what might be MLB’s worst division, I still didn’t expect the Tribe to hang around in the race as long as they have. Especially considering all the injuries, there were times when I don’t know if the big-league club could have […]

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Imagine how the players felt

Imagine how the players felt

| September 4, 2011 | 0 Comments

In all my years covering football games, I don’t think I’ve ever felt heat more oppressive than it was the past few days. Thursday I was at the Scots’ opener, when they hosted Baldwin-Wallace, and the temp inside the press box at John P. Papp Stadium had to be at least 100 degrees, with humidity […]

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