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Nicklaus, Palmer, Trevino, Player and you

October 11, 2010 Where is the connection from those Hall of Fame golfers to you? It depends if you have something simple — conviction. more »»

Running down Hill-is; Browns establish identity

October 7, 2010 Marion Motley. Jim Brown. Kevin Mack. Ernest Byner. Leroy Hoard. Even Jamal Lewis produced wearing an orange and brown uniform. more »»

When life, sports meet to show tender hearts

October 4, 2010 It was 3:41 a.m. Thursday and time to go home. A long day. But, for others, it was far worse. more »»

Memories of 1962 Big Red-Massillon game

October 3, 2010 I remember the game as if it took place yesterday. In reality, it happened just about 48 years ago. The game was played on Oct. 5, 1962. It took place at Tiger Stadium. more »»

Worthlessberger and Haynesworthless still don’t get it

September 27, 2010 It’s rather obvious that too many professional athletes still don’t get it. Leading that pack are Ben Roethlisberger and Albert Hayneswort. more »»

Conversations between parents and football players

September 20, 2010 I fully understand I look at utopia when discussing high school athletics. But, so what? The things I hear at high school football venues on Friday night are disgusting. more »»

Quarterback issues in Cleveland

September 17, 2010 Cleveland Browns’ fans have grown accustomed to disappointment. Week one of the new NFL season came and went, and the same end result was seen in the boxscore for the woeful Browns. more »»

Attitudes are contagious, are yours worth catching?

September 13, 2010 Three weeks are in the books in the high school football season. There are seven weeks left of the regular season in Ohio and eight in West Virginia (that stupid bye week. more »»

Maz as humble as one can be

September 6, 2010 People of any age can learn a lot from Bill Mazeroski. Humility would lead the list. The man from humble beginnings had a 14-foot, 2,000-pound statue, unveiled on his 74th birthday Sunday. more »»

It’s time for some perspective in youth sports

August 30, 2010 Sometimes these things just fall into my lap. Such is the case with this column. Readers know I am bent on making sure adults really understand their place in youth sport. more »»

Dustin Johnson showed to be a man of character

August 23, 2010 I spent 17 years in the golf business, the final 14 as a PGA professional, working as an assistant and then the head professional at two golf courses. more »»

Certain things are required of being a teammate

August 16, 2010 Being a member of a team means certain things are required. The most important of which is to be a good teammte. more »»

Everyone is a role model whether it’s good or bad

August 9, 2010 Everyone is a role model, good or bad. more »»

Is your cup upside down or ready to be filled?

August 2, 2010 You sit down at a restaurant and there is a good chance your coffee cup is upside down. Once you turn it rightside up, any member of the wait staff understands you want it filled. more »»

Not being ice cold

July 28, 2010 This from Cory Giger of the Altoona Mirror. Steubenville’s Travis Wolfe and friend Nick Ivkovich were recently at PNC Park to watch the Pirates. more »»

Attitude of gratitude: Something for all of us

July 27, 2010 “Talent is God given. Be humble. Fame is man-given. Be grateful. Conceit is self-given. Be careful. more »»

It finally happened: I am dad and no longer me

July 19, 2010 It is finally official and it happened last week. I am sure it happened way before last week, but I am really too dense to notice. I am no longer me. more »»

Still some fun golf to be played at the Old Course

July 14, 2010 I took at trip to play golf across the pond almost 11 years ago with a dear friend who died recently. Seven rounds in eight day. more »»

A lot to be learned from Sunday at Oakmont

July 12, 2010 I know not everyone is a golf fan, but it was sure fun watching the final round of the United States Women’s Open Sunday at Oakmont Country Clu. more »»

Some choices mean the unemployment line

July 6, 2010 We make many choices daily. Where to go, what to eat, what to wear. We choose our attitudes. We choose to be nice, be respectful or be a pain. more »»

 
 
 

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