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Posted on 24. Feb, 2009 by .

 

I had the privilege of spending the day in Titletown, USA, or otherwise known as Gainesville, Florida, Home of the Florida Gators.  There are not many places that you can walk on the campus at the University of Florida, and not know that they won the 2008 NCAA Football Championship. The campus bookstore has its […]


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Posted on 22. Feb, 2009 by .

 

Good news for Georgia Tech Basketball fans and players. Your season is almost over.  The Clemson Tigers (22-4, 8-4 in ACC) erased a 15 point first half lead to defeat the Yellow Jackets 81-73 before 8,339 fans at Alexander Memorial Coliseum.  With the loss, Georgia Tech fell to 10-16 and just 1-12 in Atlantic Coast […]


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Posted on 20. Feb, 2009 by .

 

The Commonwealth of Kentucky is a state known for its Bluegrass, College Basketball (Louisville, University of Kentucky, etc), and its thoroughbred horses.  But its top quality is also its best kept secret, Ale-8-One soft drink.  While most would argue with me that the bourbon distilleries lead to the top drink of Kentucky, I stand by […]


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Posted on 17. Feb, 2009 by .

 

I am aware that there are some issues with this website fully showing up on internet explorer,  and I wanted to let you know that the problem is being worked on.  The site does appear normally on firefox, blackberry phones among a few other ways.  Thanks for being patient and hope to have this problem […]


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Posted on 16. Feb, 2009 by .

 

I have returned home from my visit to Manhattan, Kansas.  I had a great time and am thankful that I got to see two great games, even though they were not both Kansas State wins.  But I guess I can’t have everything.  I want to thank Coach Frank Martin, Coach Andy Assaley, Coach Dylan Lockwood, […]


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Posted on 14. Feb, 2009 by .

 

The Kansas State Wildcats could not have asked for a better beginning to their game against instate rival Kansas. Before a loud and packed house of 12,528 fans, the Wildcats raced out to a 30-14 lead halfway through the first half. But the Jayhawks would fight back closing the gap to 43-42 at the half […]


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Posted on 14. Feb, 2009 by .

 

Just wanted to wish everyone a happy holiday…No, not Valentine’s Day but one of the greatest holidays in America. Please join me in saying the “Four Greatest Words in the English Language”… “Pitchers and Catchers Report” I myself will be heading down late next week to Sarasota, Florida to work camp for the Cincinnati Reds. […]


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Posted on 13. Feb, 2009 by .

 

So the temperature here in Manhattan has dropped to 33 degrees with a 30 mph wind chill making it feel like 21 degrees. And the students are outside loving every minute of it! Me, I watched for a few and had to run for cover. Head Basketball Coach Frank Martin, his coaching staff and players […]


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Posted on 13. Feb, 2009 by .

 

Bramlage Coliseum and Allen Fieldhouse are separated by only 88 miles on Interstate-70, but yet Kansas State University and Kansas University fans can be heard yelling at each other loud and clear. With 53.6 seconds remaining in KSU’s Wednesday night win against Texas Tech, the student section broke into a “Beat KU,” chant, a chant […]


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Posted on 12. Feb, 2009 by .

 

The Kansas State Wildcats entered Bramlage Coliseum Wednesday night riding a five game Big 12 Conference winning streak, after dropping their first four to start the 2008-09 campaign. By doing this, the Wildcats became just the second school in Big 12 history to rally from 0-4 start to get back to at least .500 in […]


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