It’s football season again, and the local college teams are all looking good so far, with returning talent and potential talent they didn’t have last year. That includes K-State, who doesn’t look too bad even after losing starters from one of their most successful teams ever a year ago. The Kansas City Chiefs are the […]
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Summer’s here, and this is around the 27th one that the Royals haven’t been fall playoff/Division-winning bound, although they have posted a handful of winning seasons among the rest of the losing ones since 1986. Of course, this doesn’t include their inconsequential winning/dominating Spring Trainings that only tease us. And, although it still remains to […]
It’s March tournament time again. I watched KU and/or K-State in the NCAA basketball tournament (even NIT) every year since the early to mid-1970’s with my dad. As I got older, into my 20’s and 30’s, same thing, even if only one or two games, depending on my schedule and activities—my dad was always available […]