Last year I didn’t really make a prediction post and I am glad I didn’t because I would have been wrong with everything. But with the new divisions and the possibility of the season being so crazy, why not? This is not very well researched but I’ll do my best.
Check this out. Ben Volin is a Dolphins beat writer and he describes what the new Dolphins uniforms will look like through his Twitter.
We’ve seen all too often in college sports. A coach will just get up and leave a school to coach elsewhere. The contract they had, the verbal commitment they said, were all thrown out the window. And today, Steve Alford leaves New Mexico to coach at UCLA.
Even though Alford had signed a 10-year extension with New Mexico, he just got up and left. Even though he said a few days earlier about his commitment, he got up and left. And what about those recruits that came to play for him? They’re stuck.
This isn’t fair and this is the shame that comes with the NCAA. There’s so much money that comes in to lure coaches. The players don’t see a dime. The players make the money for these coaches. The coaches just get up and go.
There has to be a better way to regulate this. Even though it’s not against the rules, it’s hurting college sports. It’s hurting these student-athletes’ futures.
One day there will be an athlete that comes out while still active and there will be some kind of negative reaction. There will also be a positive reaction too. I hope that athletes who are gay don’t have to worry about living in fear.
It takes courage to make the right call? What do you mean it takes courage? It’s their job to make the right call.
Here’s my problem. The right call is calling that foul. It doesn’t matter if it was Kobe Bryant. You don’t cost a team the opportunity to tie the game just because of reputation.
I know this has gone on long before today in the NBA but lately, the officiating has been really bad. And to say that an official has to have courage to do the right thing? That is absurd when the foul is so clear. I’m really embarrassed about this. No player is bigger than the game.
Last year was the first time in about 10 years that I didn’t do fantasy baseball. It was a relief for me.
Now as most of you know, baseball is my favorite sport and naturally fantasy should be something I do. But last year I didn’t re-join my old league and I enjoyed the summer so much differently. Even though I do keep tabs on players, I didn’t have to worry about stats or anything. My nights of studying up matchups ended.
I would have joined this year if I had more friends that wanted to do it, but not enough people care about it and have the desire to go through a long season. Also, I don’t like joining public leagues so again this year, I am giving it a break.
My enjoyment of baseball is better now and maybe in the future I’ll come back. But after the fun I had last season watching the A’s, I think I’ll be OK with another year without worries.
Miami Dolphins CEO Mike Dee says that the leaks that have surfaced the Internet of the new Dolphins logo is accurate and Nike is the blame for it. They had planned to slowly roll out elements of the new logo (and subsequent new uniforms) in the following month leading up to the draft but now he has no choice but to change plans.
Of course, no matter whose fault it is, these things are so common now with the Internet. One person needs to take a photo of a logo and the rest goes viral on the Internet. The best solution is for teams to just reveal the logo once it’s been decided. Teams that haven’t had these kind of mishaps with leaks normally are the teams that immediately reveal them or they somehow lock it up, bury it and dig it out when it’s time to reveal.
But at least with this out, we get a chance to see what possibilities are out there for the new uniform