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Greatest hits

January 22, 2015 Maybe it’s adulthood, maybe it’s the job, but I find myself having fewer visceral reactions to televised sporting events than I used to. more »»

Recalling ‘real’ home-field advantage

January 21, 2015 The recent “Deflate Gate” charge being looked at by the National Football League is easily one of the most ridiculous claims I’ve ever heard of in the world of sports. more »»

Injuries can prove costly

January 20, 2015 In life, injuries can affect how we handle certain situations. Perhaps we are unable to run due to a Charlie horse, or we are unable to grab a shovel do to an aching back or a bruised ri. more »»

Surviving Bridgepocalypse

January 15, 2015 As you may have heard, the Portage Lake Lift Bridge will be closed from 9 p.m. Saturday to 7 a.m. Sunday as part of the ongoing refurbishment project. more »»

Scherzer, Suh must be retained

January 14, 2015 Given the nature of professional sports nowadays, it appears certain that the Detroit Tigers and Detroit Lions will have to dig deep into their pockets very soon. more »»

Huskies need to figure out home games

January 13, 2015 Home, it is where the heart is. In sports terms, home is where a team's fans typically reside. This season, the No. 11 Michigan Tech Huskies have not played in front of less than 3,189 fan. more »»

Never be rude to a sportswriter

January 8, 2015 When considering the results of the Baseball Hall of Fame election released Tuesday, I am aware of one universal truth. more »»

Blue Bolts back, Whiz Kids next?

January 7, 2015 The issue of local sports nicknames has come up often in the past. more »»

Real talk for Lions fans

January 2, 2015 I tell you what Lions fans, you had me a little scared there. You see, it would have been one thing for the Packers to go out and lose a Week 17 game for the division to, say, the Bear. more »»

Changes needed for 2015

December 31, 2014 Just about any sports fan can probably list a dozen or so changes they would like to see in the upcoming year. For those fans living in Michigan, that list is probably even large. more »»

Thoughts on a weekend of sports

December 24, 2014 THIS past weekend was a big one in many respects in the world of sports. Oh, you had the usual fare of NFL teams clinching playoff spots. more »»

Santa’s little sporting helper

December 18, 2014 Children throughout the Copper Country have been sending their letters to Santa Claus via the Daily Mining Gazette and we've been eagerly processing that mail to the North Pole as you read. more »»

Using locals makes sense

December 17, 2014 The late John MacInnes fully understood the importance of having local players on his roster. more »»

Not my year

December 11, 2014 It has been a rough year for the Ed Hochuli Gun Show. My fantasy football team went 3-10 this yea. more »»

Pistons show little in early going

December 10, 2014 They may have a new coach and a few new players, but the Detroit Pistons are showing very little improvement this season. more »»

A big blue mess

December 4, 2014 The problem with being lost is that getting back on the right road often means navigating the same unfamiliar roads one took to get off-course. more »»

Considering a weekend of football

December 3, 2014 In a weekend in which football at all levels commanded attention, some conclusions could be reached. more »»

Test bites

November 28, 2014 Once again this year, I took the time Thursday to observe the critical final preparation stage of Thanksgiving dinner in hopes that I may be the one putting it on some day. more »»

Thin line between victory and defeat

November 26, 2014 Anyone who has ever competed in sports can readily empathize with Michigan Tech placekicker Garrett Mead. more »»

Extremely large values of 1

November 20, 2014 The 'e to the x' cheer is possibly my favorite in the Michigan Tech Pep Band/Mitch's Misfits catalog. more »»



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