What I witnessed at the Coyote football practice Monday night was disturbing. The coaching staff and players were working hard to learn the new pistol Wing-T offense.
Just... a Bit Outside
The sports reflections of Tribune sports editor and acting managing editor Paul Stanford.
There are no more amateurs in the Olympics.
It looks like Pete Carroll was doing a little rummaging through the NFL Dumpster that was to be hauled off to the Arena Football League on Monday.
It was bound to happen.
Players are bailing out of the Penn State football program like a batter crowding the plate when Steven Strasburg is tossing chin music.
Think of Jamaica, and it conjures images of a laid-back beach paradise. Reggae music blaring through Kingston, dread-locked Rastafarians and voodoo practitioners are stereotypes that abound.
We all knew it was coming. And when Michael Phelps won his 19th Olympic medal, the discussion could no longer be avoided.
Is Phelps the greatest Olympic athlete ever?
I’m not sure exactly what new Fresno State football coach Tim DeRuyter hopes to accomplish by closing practices to the public.
The only one fans will get to watch will be on Aug. 11.