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

Biggest House, Best Fans, By the Numbers

Why go to the game when you can livestream from your phone, tablet or laptop, or watch it on an array of networks via cable and satellite TV? Easy answer – there’s nothing quite like being in a stadium with thousands (sometimes more than 100,000) of other football fans cheering for their team, donning their school colors, and ultimately experiencing the feeling of victory or … Continue reading Biggest House, Best Fans, By the Numbers

Perfection – Defeated

Update on the Final Four: Here’s The Coach’s assessment of Kentucky’s defeat that ended their perfect season. “I predicted before the tournament started that Kentucky was going to have trouble with teams that play defense and also shoot 3’s. It didn’t look like the Wildcats watched any film of Wisconsin. However, the Badgers watched film of UK for many, many hours. They got to know … Continue reading Perfection – Defeated

Making Perfect History – Defeated

Update on the Final Four: Here’s The Coach’s assessment of Kentucky’s defeat that ended their perfect season. “I predicted before the tournament started that Kentucky was going to have trouble with teams that play defense and also shoot 3’s. It didn’t look like the Wildcats watched any film of Wisconsin. However, the Badgers watched film of UK for many, many hours. They got to know … Continue reading Making Perfect History – Defeated