Monthly Archives: September 2011

A Bronx cheer for Brooklyn Nets

By Jan Hubbard While the NBA and its player union continue to send out conflicting murmurs of reaching a new collective bargaining agreement – progress has been made; the season could start on time; no progress has been made; time … Continue reading

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Longhorn Empire

By Jan Hubbard The Big 12 has put on quite a show in recent months and although there are periodic rumors that conference life will return to normal, we all know better than that. It’s like Atlantic City during prohibition. … Continue reading

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Texas & the All-America Conference

The irony of college football’s version of a bloody MMA battle is that the bully finds himself on his back while being pummeled by a lesser opponent. Isn’t the University of Texas – armed with the lucrative ESPN deal that … Continue reading

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Defying unemployment

With more than nine percent of the work force unemployed, there are widespread regrets among many who wish they had pursued a different profession. That certainly is the case in newspapers. The number of people who have been laid off … Continue reading

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Maryland Haze

Although the college football world is fascinated by the matchup of No. 1 Oklahoma at No. 5  Florida State on Saturday, that is not the major story of the weekend. For those who have been paying even casual attention, there … Continue reading

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