Monthly Archives: January 2013

NCAA tournament looks wide open

The regular college basketball season still has a month remaining before the Madness of March begins. And with the latest upsets, such as Stanford’s demolition of Oregon and USC’s upset of UCLA, coupled with what seem to be nightly upsets of ranked teams, as well as a rotation of team’s into the No. 1 slot, it seems…


Ravens QB No Ordinary Joe

Has there ever been a quarterback in the 47 year history of the Super Bowl who has generated such a wide disparity of opinion as to not only his ability, but his value, than the Ravens’ Joe Flacco? One of the many questions that is being asked during the hype and sometimes hysteria of this Super…


For BC, the process still is painful

The script has been played out before. Close, competitive game for 30, 35, sometimes 39 minutes. And then comes what many coaches say with pained expressions: “some freshmen moments.” And with that, Boston College basketball coach Steve Donahue follows his team off the court, wondering if he could have done more with less for just a longer period of time.…