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By Tim Peterson The Final Four was announced this week with Clemson, Oklahoma, Georgia and Alabama making the cut. Cajon got screwed.
By Tim Peterson Who’s a team to look out for this year? Who’s a team that can jump up and bite somebody? Who’s a team that can contend for a league title that may not be on you radar? It’s the Alhambra Moors.
“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”)
By Joe Torosian “And, as his strength failed him at length, he wondered upon a sportswriters shadow… “Shadow,” said he, “where it can be this land called Montebello?”—Jack McTaggart Kick it! Right off the Top: Road team…Top of the ninth…three-run homer…It was like living through Jack Clark all over again.
By Joe Torosian “Tackling is fundamental, but hitting is essential if you’re going to be a great football team. You have to make it so they don’t want anymore.”—West El Monte Poly, DC, Coach Gugliotta Kick it! Right off the Top: Oh, I’ve always thought Fantasy Football was a stupid waste of time…I’ve never really […]
By Joe Torosian “Now she’s off with Spartacus killing people in their beds. And Crassus, no mention of the money, no!” —Batiatus Kick it! Right off the Top: I love watching leaves fall in a late afternoon breeze…and if I […]
By Joe Torosian “I love inside jokes…love to be part of one some day.” —Michael Scott Kick it! Right off the Top: What is the mentality of someone who won’t flush a public […]
By Joe Torosian “The Earth has a fever.”—Al Gore Kick it! Right off the Top: With Carolina opening the NFL season in Denver tonight…Can prep stadium announcers avoid sharing the score of this game?
By Joe Torosian “But now it’s just another show. You leave ’em laughing when you go and if you care, don’t let them know, don’t give yourself away.” —Joni Mitchell Kick it! Right off the Top: Looks like I picked the wrong year to root for the Giants over the Dodgers…
By Joe Torosian “I played for Casey Stengel before he was a genius (with the Boston Braves), and I played for him after he was a genius (with the New York Mets).”—Hall of Fame pitcher Warren Spahn Kick it!