Monthly Archives: April 2013

Panthers Draft, Expectations and Blogging Angry

  The NFL draft is over and now teams will begin the process of indoctrinating the players selected in the draft and college free agents signed.  Then the mini-camps and other OTA, organized team activities, will commence.   There are … Continue reading

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Carolina Hopes a Star is Born

Headline writers will love it when Starlite “Star” Lotulelei has a big day for the Carolina Panthers.  They won’t be as excited as the three linebackers who will play behind the big Hog Molly taken by the Panthers with the … Continue reading

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Draft Update

Star Lotulelei With the #14 pick, Panthers go with a star, Star Lotulelei DT Utah. Third Utah player now for Carolina joining Steve Smith and Jordon Gross. At #13, the Jets take DT Sheldon Richardson Missouri. Tepid applause from fans … Continue reading

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Scenes From The Knights Dugout: Home Runs, Diapers and What?

Amidst the talk of curveballs, sliders, double play balls, playing at home and prodigious home runs in the Charlotte Knights dugout, I heard a discussion that I never thought I would hear in that location:  Baby formula, diapers and parenting.  … Continue reading

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Bobcats Make A Change (Again), Knights Return To The Castle and NFL Draft Plans

This fall will mark the Charlotte Bobcats sixth head coach in ten seasons.  The recently fired Mike Dunlap was the fifth in nine seasons meaning the average tenure on the sideline at Time Warner Cable Arena is less than two … Continue reading

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Resolution in Bombing Case, Panthers Draft Strategy in Focus and Upcoming Schedule

#BostonStrong Friday What would John Adams, Sam Adams, John Hancock or any other member of the Sons of Liberty have thought about the largest movement of armed forces on a Massachusetts town since the British marched on Lexington and Concord … Continue reading

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#BostonStrong, Red Sox Style

It was a simple Red Sox road jersey with “Boston Strong 617” printed on the back.  But man did it say a lot. The Red Sox, for a long time, have been intertwined with the fabric of Boston.  I remember imitating … Continue reading

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Boston

Sadness, shock, disbelief and anger. These are the words to describe the senseless attack on innocent people participating in a world class-sporting event.  The collective hearts of an American people go out to the families of those killed and injured. … Continue reading

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Masters, MLB and the Marathon

Adam Scott’s historic win should be the story coming out of the 2013 Masters Golf Tournament.  He is the first Australian to win the prestigious green jacket.  But this year’s tournament will be known for a rules infraction from a … Continue reading

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Basebrawl, Curses and Open Mind Friday

It seems the charge back to the mound is becoming more prevalent in baseball.  With 24/7 sports channels, the MLB package on satellite and cable TV, the internet and twitter maybe it’s just more readily viewable.  But what happened last … Continue reading

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