I love this photo. You just get fired and what do you do–you take a bike ride through Boston. How incredibly healthy an attitude. Gotta respect him for this reaction.
Believe it or not, all of you non-Washingtonians, Teddy (Roosevelt) winning the President’s Race (an event at every Nats game) is almost–yes, almost–as exciting as heading to the playoffs. Since the Nationals (the former Montreal Expos franchise) came to D.C., fans have has a rough go of it but gradually the ownership built a winning [...]
Although the conference allegedly was not caught off guard this past week, I was not expecting the latest announcement regarding University of Notre Dame’s departure from the conference. I had believed that the dust had settled from the announcements, departures, additions, and settlements of earlier this year. At first the Notre Dame announcement caught me [...]
There is a great debate unfolding out there in cyberspace, on the twitter and Facebook feeds and every sports website and blog imaginable. Now I make my case: Georgetown should be Nerlens choice. Nerlens has stated that he wants to attend a college that feels like “home”. ”Home” is Georgetown’s middle name (if its last [...]
Check out this interesting article from the WSJ this morning. Do you think this adequately explains the situation? http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970204883304577223571248360222.html?mod=djemMTIPOFF_h#articleTabs%3Darticle
2/1/2012 Verizon Center: Tonight’s game at the Verizon Center is not simply “another battle” between the Big East rivals. Tonight’s game is critical for the Hoyas, who can demonstrate whether they are poised to fight for the top spots in the Big East Conference, or whether they are comfortable to slide down to the middle [...]
It’s Eli’s Time: In a week that should shine the spotlight on his younger brother, Eli, Peyton is dominating the airwaves. I know that Eli has been used to playing second fiddle to his elder; however, if I were Peyton, despite all of the issues surrounding his injury and future (or not) with the Colts, [...]
IMG_0979-1 Saturday, January 21st was a great day of college hoops action–a good day to have a buddy on the couch watching with you. What do you think was the best college basketball game this weekend?
This week has been interesting to say the least. Or is that the Big Least? On the heels of Dave Gavitt’s passing, the stars–or conferences–realign. I have more questions than answers at this point. Pitt and Syracuse bolt for bucks to the ACC. Jim Boeheim doesn’t like it. I thought the craziness would be limited [...]
In connection with my graduate course at Georgetown University in Sports Industry Management this summer, a classmate and I were assigned to take a position on this topic and wrote the following paper then debate the issue in class. I publish this paper with the permission of my co-author and classmate, Jack Davis. I. Introduction [...]