Category Archives: Sports

American teamwork, a thing of the past???

I remember how I felt that clear September morning when I heard the news, and how I had to console my visibly shaken wife that night as we watched the horror of 9/11 unfold on the news. But I also … Continue reading

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Coach Joe Kennedy’s courage of conviction…

I believe the Bremerton High School flap over Assistant Coach Joe Kennedy praying on the field after football games is indicative of our nation’s current posture. Traditional and undeniable tenets of our culture are being shunned and vilified, all while … Continue reading

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“Deflategate” deflated…

I wasn’t surprised to learn the Patriots are actually pretty low on the “cheat sheet”, with the majority of teams having far more of their own “gates” if you will, over the years. That said, and with “Deflategate” in the … Continue reading

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“More probable than not”…

That statement can be viewed through a lot of lenses. But in the case of this “Wells Report” it really gives me pause. Putting aside the opportunistic gibberish we’ve seen in the tabloids from the haters in New York, Miami … Continue reading

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“Boo-Yah!”… Stuart Scott, 1965 – 2015

I’m remembering Stuart Scot today, not for the color of his skin and the so-called “controversial style” he brought to ESPN, and not because of his heroic and passionate battle with the dreadful disease that took my mom and dad, … Continue reading

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From tragedy to triumph, Kevin Harvick wins!!!

From the moment he strapped into my heroes ride in 2001, I knew this day would come. To Kevin, Tony and all the folks at Stewart-Haas Racing, and to Delana and Keelan, congratulation’s and God Bless from a huge fan…

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Ray Rice and beyond…

I love the game of football. Regrettably though, professional sports as a whole has become an incubator for young athletes who’ve been coddled on their way to stardom in order to secure their financial worth to the teams and owners who … Continue reading

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#3 returns to Daytona 500…

This Sunday I’ll be watching the Daytona 500 as I always do. I will be watching as I was back in 2001, when my hero was killed on the final lap of the “Great American Race”. Dale Earnhardt represented so … Continue reading

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