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John Calipari paints himself as victim while defending Fox and Gottfried


February 19, 2017

No one in sports is as clumsy and obvious in banging his own drum while defending others as Kentucky head basketball coach John Calipari. Listening to Cal whine about how college basketball coaches paid millions to educate and lead students are victims in our society is either nauseating or funny depending upon your ability to laugh […]

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Baseball is attacking pace of play on all the wrong fronts


February 9, 2017

Putting MLB rules czar Joe Torre in charge of enhancing baseball fans’ experience watching the game is like putting a plumber in control of the design of a toilet seat. Only users need to be consulted when changes are made for the benefit of the users. Baseball is going to tinker at the low-minor league […]

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Yes, IU sucked against Michigan, but it only counts as one loss


January 27, 2017

It happens to most teams – that night where a road team’s indifference meets a home team’s urgency. It happened to Indiana last night.  The Hoosiers were terrible from tip to buzzer as Michigan rolled to a 30-point win. IU’s defense was as horrific as ESPN’s Jim Calhoun’s analysis was indecipherable.  The Wolverines made more […]

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