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Sideline Reporters

April 5, 2016
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In some businesses, women are still treated like second class citizens.  This is not my view, but simply one that is reported constantly by certain media.  This is not the case when it comes to sideline reporters in football and basketball these days.  The NFL, the NBA, and the NCAA all use ladies as...

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Opening Day

April 4, 2016
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Today is Opening Day in Cincinnati!  It is a unique experience for anyone who is able to go to this game.  No other city in the United States treats Opening Day like Cincinnati. How many of you have been able to experience this?  I was able to do so one time, because Opening Day...

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Boys High School Volleyball

April 1, 2016
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I was recently reading the Cincinnati Enquirer, and I noticed an article on high school boys volleyball.  Most of the bigger high schools in Ohio still play this sport.  I am not sure if any schools in Indiana do.  It is not an IHSAA sanctioned sport. When I was teaching and coaching at Whitewater...

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Retiring Players and Numbers

March 31, 2016
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Just recently the Indianapolis Colts reported that they will retired Peyton Manning’s No. 18.  This is a common practice when someone does a great job as a sports figure for a certain team.  No one in baseball is allowed to wear #42.  That belonged to Jackie Robinson.  Major League baseball has retired that number and ...

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Wounded Brackets

March 30, 2016
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How does your NCAA bracket look now?  How many of the Final Four do you have left?  With all the upsets that took place early in the tournament, many brackets took the big hit early.  Only the 4 number 1 seeds survived without a hit.  My bracket was shot before they even played the...

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A New One On Me!

March 29, 2016
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I thought I knew basketball rules pretty well.  I certainly new that the ball had to leave your hand for it to be a shot when clock management is in question.  I also believed that when the ball was inside the basket cylinder it was considered a made basket.   The UC game straightened me...

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Erin Andrews

March 28, 2016
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  Was Erin Andrews awarded too much money for her lawsuit?  According to court reports, Erin received $55 million as a settlement for the actions of David Barrett and the Marriott Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee. As to the directive, Barrett is expected to pay $28 million and the Windsor Capital Group, owners of the...

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Local Broadcasting

March 24, 2016
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I hope you were able to listen to Coaches Corner this past Monday.  Part of my show was a panel of local sports broadcasters for WRBI.  They included Andy Koors, Bob Heidlage, Julie Heidlage, and John Heil.  We spent an hour reminiscing about incidents and memories that occurred during our broadcasts. The stories included...

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Chris Giesting

March 23, 2016
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Congratulations to Batesville’s Chris Giesting who won his first World Gold Medal as part of a United States 4 x 00 meter relay team.  Chris ran the third leg of the relay and opened the American lead to a comfortable distance for the final runner.  Chris is training basically on his own at his...

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Spring Break

March 22, 2016
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We are in the second week of Spring Break at most of our area schools.  It is a good thing I am retired, because Spring Break and I did not get along when I was coaching track.  I held practice every day over the break, and unless the students arranged ahead of time to...

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