Category: Sports

Out of the Chaos

As an avid reader of ESPN.com, I was interested to read this article on former University of Florida quarterback Danny Wuerffel’s intent to rebuild the Desire Street Ministries, the non-profit ministry he left football to serve. Bill Curry, the author,...

/ September 15, 2005

Lessons from Robert Horry, aka “Big Shot Bob”

Those who missed last night’s NBA finals game missed quite a fight. When the dust cleared at the Palace in Auburn Hills, Mich., though, the San Antonio Spurs stood victorious with veteran Robert Horry leading the way. Horry scored five...

/ June 20, 2005

Beltre Blues

He’ll be wearing a different shade this season. The Mariners just spent a lot of money–more money on one player than ever before in club history. Cure-all? Who knows. And now for something completely different: Wish Beethoven a happy birthday...

/ December 16, 2004

Mr. Willingham Goes to Washington

The excommunication of Tyrone Willingham from the “Football Papacy” came as a surprise to many in the sports world. Notre Dame’s decision further tarnished a rapidly fading image. Now Willingham comes to Washington, hopefully to restore respect and integrity to...

/ December 12, 2004

A Man among us…

Not “That” Man. This man. 6 innings on a pieced together ankle in what was possibly his last World Series start (this year). Gutsy. Just plain gutsy. It’s amazing to see a pitcher who won’t let his team lose, as...

/ October 24, 2004