Lost in the dark about Hoiberg

April 28, 2010

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A year ago, when the University of Memphis hired Josh Pastner, I texted one of my friends during the press conference wondering if this coaching prodigy that Pastner is perceived to be known as in the coaching world. “Don’t worry about it,” my friend Melvin said to me, “Memphis basketball will be fine.” On Wednesday […]

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It is what it is

April 27, 2010

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Last year, I learned a cold hard fact about coaches and loyalty. It’s all fluff. There were a segment of Tiger fans who thought that Calipari would never leave Memphis. Three years ago, I was in that segment until I realized something. Don’t love your coach. Because he could be gone the next day. As […]

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1,000 for Romo

April 27, 2010

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My homie John Romo (second from right)┬áis in the middle of raising 1,000 first-time donors for CBU. Until he reaches that goal of 1,000 first-time donors, Mr. Romo will be wearing the same shirt until the goal is reached. I know it’s not a wise decision, but it’s for a good cause. If you guys […]

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Groniger leaves the Parkway

April 26, 2010

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Monday afternoon on the Parkway, I received a bit of shocking news. As much as myself and the Pub staff has been calling for CBU’s women’s basketball coach Scott Groniger’s head, we didn’t think that what transpired earlier this afternoon would happen. According to an inital report, Groniger has agreed in principle to become women’s […]

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Mavs prove their overrated status once again

April 25, 2010

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Let’s all state the obvious. The Dallas Mavericks has been one of the best teams in the NBA in the last ten years, after many years of being the laughingstock of the NBA. The Mavs are a good regular season team. But when the playoffs begin, the Mavs simply disappear. After putting up a challenge […]

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Do I have an iphone dependency?

April 25, 2010

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During the East Regional final between West Virginia and Kentucky, my neighbor asked me a question as I fiddled with my phone. “Do you think for one day you could go without your phone?” she asked me. “Maybe”, I replied, given the fact that I’ve gone periods without my phone since coming to East Parkway […]

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Seniors deserved better ending

April 23, 2010

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This weekend, CBU will face Ouachita Baptist in a three-game series beginning Saturday at Buc Field. The series will not only be the home finale, but also the last home games for seniors such as Jason Volpe and Joe Kamiski. The seniors has endured a lot through their four seasons as far as wins and […]

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