Memory Loss Can’t Erase a Legacy

It happens – we get older and we forget things, but it felt like more than that in the 2010-11 season when Coach Pat Head Summit, all time most winning coach with 1100 victories in Division I college basketball history (men and women), started blanking out on plays she’d known like clockwork for decades. The Lady Vol’s coach suspected something was wrong and sought medical … Continue reading Memory Loss Can’t Erase a Legacy

a Coach’s Daughter Bracket Challenge

Join a FREE March Madness Bracket Challenge with a chance to win a $50 Dick’s Sporting Goods gift card! I would love to have you sports (and non-sports) fans participate with me, but you need to hurry to enter your bracket because the tournament starts tomorrow with two play-in games!! Manhattan (16) faces Hampton (16) in the Midwest region while Ole Miss (11) tips off … Continue reading a Coach’s Daughter Bracket Challenge

What is Bracketology? Non-Basketball Fans Can Benefit!

If you randomly asked people what March means, most would respond… Spring time or St. Patrick’s Day, but if you’re a college basketball fan or a true sports fan (i.e. one that follows more than just football), you know what it means. If you equate March with Spring, let me educate you about the world of March Madness and what it means to be a … Continue reading What is Bracketology? Non-Basketball Fans Can Benefit!