I’ve always viewed it as one of the signs of spring. The Masters Golf tournament. The azaleas, the dogwoods, the manicured greens. The crowds. And Tiger Woods. The tournament is usually scheduled to end the second Sunday in April. However, due to COVID-19 it was rescheduled to this weekend in November. I had the chance to … Continue reading It’s just not the same
It's a question I actually called into the local sports talk radio show a few years ago - "Do you think the best players make the best coaches?" Unfortunately, the question never made it on the air, so I was left to figure it out on my own. It seems that the evidence is fairly … Continue reading What Does It Take to be a Great Coach/Guru/Leader/Adviser?
It's hard to do sometimes, to go against the grain, to not root for the feel good story competitor, the one who is clearly an underdog. After all, everybody loves an underdog. There have been many great sports movies that featured an underdog, and while the underdog may not always win, the audience is unanimous … Continue reading Why I Don’t Always Root for the Underdog