On a 1-10 scale, I asked, with one being the guy in the Super Bowl office pool and 10 being Edward Norton in “Rounders,” where would he place himself and the group? “Eleven,” he said.
Bill Self talks about the ceiling and how every college basketball coach understands where that surface exists for his team each season, that it’s his job to lift players as close to it as possible.
When I first started voting for horse racing’s Eclipse Awards some 16 years ago, the first rule I learned was there are no rules.
Finally, it was time to dispel myths. This one lingered, similar to the smell of a skunk, for four months until Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota cleared the air in a span of 2 minutes, 22 seconds.