It was a trip back in time, and something we’ve seen many times. Tony Romo drove the Dallas Cowboys tantalizingly close to the playoffs, only to go into self-destruction mode and swerve off the road.
Anthony Marshall puts up numbers. He fills a basketball stat sheet. He is at his best in the biggest moments, when the lights are bright and the opposing arena is rocking and a play must be made.
It is admirable that the Las Vegas Wranglers have survived a decade and also that it is a perennial contender for the Kelly Cup – which, I believe, is named for Kelly Ripa.
Jeff Probst would love the Las Vegas-based minor league hockey team. He hasn’t yet seen a survivor like it.
“Saturday night after Thanksgiving on ESPN and, for whatever reason, everyone was watching,” Rebels coach Dave Rice said. “Recruits, opposing coaches and players, everyone. We score 90 points playing our style of basketball and beat the No. 1 team in the country.
It has been said countless times and for the next 10 days will be repeated like a handicapping Pledge of Allegiance: With a month to prepare, Alabama coach Nick Saban is tough to beat.