Month: July 2016

NFL Training Camps have started, High School Football Practice is underway, and College Football Practice starts this week, which means for most of the time moving forward I’m going to be talking about football in one form or another.  But before that, another great athletic event begins on Friday in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The […]

In the sweltering heat of the Summer comes this week the first sign of fall.  NFL Training Camp opens for all of the leagues’ 32 teams this week.  Training camp, and the professional game has evolved over the years to the point where it’s less important than it used to be for the veteran and […]

We all know that nothing stays the same forever and that life is about evolving and changing.  As we get older, the things we remember from our younger years become more of a distant memory and simply fade away. This week, one of those things happened.  Since 1957 the Atlantic Coast Conference has had at […]

In my television career (if you can even call it that), I must admit that I had to cover more than one of what are called “Media Days” whether that be for a conference, a particular school or a single school division.  Most of the time you don’t need these things at the high school […]

The United States has always been a country of invention and innovation.  From barbed wire to the electric light bulb; from the abacus to the personal computer, this is a country where someone has taken a vision and literally changed something positive about American life. For sports fans, some innovations worked like ESPN, which despite […]