Tag Archives: Jude Oliva
“It’s where KISS meets Arena Football. I promise you it won’t be like anything you have ever experienced. It’s going to be a show. I don’t want to spoil it but let’s just say there are going to be more pyrotechnics than you’ve ever seen,” said KISS lead singer Paul Stanley Sunday at the Honda […]
“Sometimes, I say things I shouldn’t. I go berserk. If I were a university, I wouldn’t hire me.”—Al McGuire Kick it! Don’t get me wrong on the NCAA Tournament…While my interest isn’t at the street rat crazy level it used to be, it’s not as bad as boxing. In comparison to boxing the Tourney is […]
“I don’t think any decent human being enjoys recruiting.”—Al McGuire Kick it! Writing a column the day after Jude Oliva steps down at Maranatha, might be the easiest thing I’ve ever done…
Is there ever a day in late June or early July that somebody isn’t throwing the ball somewhere? I’m sure if you looked hard enough you could find a passing competition every day of the week.
(Santa Fe Springs) – Donald Bernard, long time defensive coordinator at San Gabriel, has landed as the DC at St. Paul.
(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN”)
It would seem it wouldn’t take the death of an owner to get a team motivated but whatever it takes I guess. There have been three straight victories since the death of Dr. Jerry Buss and Dwight Howard is still in the fold so it looks like the Lakers are on the right track.
It’s a year round celebration for Monrovia. First there was the third consecutive Mid-Valley Divison title. Then it was on to the State tournament. Now the Wildcats have had five players receive scholarships to play college football.
The San Gabriel coaching situation has been settled. It went to a name that a lot of people aren’t familiar with. J.D. Thompson, whose roots aren’t embedded in the San Gabriel Valley, has taken the job as head coach.
With the NFL playoffs in full swing, the college football season just concluded, the Clippers playing well, and the baseball season on the horizon is there a more tired, old, boring story than the Lakers?