Category Archives: The Peterson Principle

The Peterson Principle: 1/20/2020

By Tim Peterson I’m really trying to get into basketball here…really trying. But the pull of football is just so strong.

The Peterson Principle: 1/01/2020

By Tim Peterson It’s not really too late for USC to fire Clay Helton. Mike Bohn, the Athletic Director, simply needs to say “I changed my mind.”

The Peterson Principle: 12/21/2019

By Tim Peterson After all of the celebrating is done, the final award has been passed out and the last chapter has been written on El Monte’s remarkable 2019 season, the question on everybody’s mind will be who’s next?

The Peterson Principle: 11/20/2019

By Tim Peterson The head coaching carousel is starting earlier this year. With Margarito Beltran stepping down at Bell Gardens there are six openings already in the local coverage area. Throw in Garey and that makes seven.

The Peterson Principle: 9/2/2019

By Tim Peterson I’m trying to remember the last time on the local high school scene that a team went from first to worst in one year. Arcadia is staring at that scenario now. 

The Peterson Principle: 8/7/2019

By Tim Peterson You won’t see a complete preview of all 14 Divisions here or a breakdown of each and every league, I mean those things can change as fast as a quarterback decides to transfer, but you got to like Northview in the Valle Vista right?

The Peterson Principle: 7/4/2019

By Tim Peterson While waiting for Kawhi Leonard to make his decision I was thinking…If Leonard signs today is it known as the Fourth of Kawhi?

The Peterson Principle: 6/8/2019

By Tim Peterson I know it’s been awhile since I’ve pumped out “The Peterson Principle” but I just woke up. I was sleeping through the NBA Finals.

The Peterson Principle: 3/15/2019

By Tim Peterson Just some random thoughts on a Friday night: What’s the quickest way to kill a football program? Let your head coach go in the middle of March.

The Peterson Principle: 2/6/2019

By Tim Peterson I never liked the idea of watching the Super Bowl in Las Vegas. No matter what bar, casino, or viewing party you were at there would be too many people, too many distractions and simply too much noise. I always held to that concept until I decided to try it this year. […]