Not a jack-of-all trades just a master of none. Former Assistant Coach for 2x Middle School Soccer Championship team. Coached a few other things along the journey, but focusing on leading my family well and mentoring students.
In case you missed the first two servings of this delicious prediction meal, check out the regular season conference predictions for the A10 through the Big South (alphabetically speaking) and the Big 10 to the Mountain West. You may be sad for your squad but not disappointed with the delivery. It’s time to stop banging our heads against the gridiron and stop and smell the … Continue reading The Dumb and the Daring: Conference Champions Finale
Following the moderate exceptional praise of the first edition of The Dumb and the Daring, it is without question that Episode 2 get released immediately! While Episode 1 took a grand overview of what will assuredly be the biggest stories of the college hoops season, over the next few weeks we will be combing the desert to identify the treasure of each conference and make … Continue reading The Dumb and the Daring #2: Conference Champions Edition
Daytime drama isn’t just for the workplace. The Young and the Restless, winner of 11 Daytime Emmy Awards and the highest-rated daytime drama on American television for over 30 years is the architect for drama perfection. Yet all great things must come to an end as a new standard for excellence in drama is being read by you, right now, in the first edition of The Dumb … Continue reading The Dumb and the Daring: NCAA Basketball Pre-Season Predictions
Never again will an incoming freshman class at the University of Nebraska be able to claim that they were alive when the Huskers won their last national championship. No matter how much red body paint you put on yourself before you sprint into Memorial Stadium, if you’re younger than 25 you weren’t an eyewitness to the historic Husker happenings of the 90’s. Even those precious … Continue reading The Last Generation of Nebraska
The metaphor is fully accepted, but in real life cupcakes are delicious, filling, and satisfying, and depending on the baker you always want more. For another college football opening weekend, the cupcake games have left everyone disappointed and not wanting another bite. There is a resounding hope and prayer that there will be a modern version of the 2007 Appalachian St v Michigan game, but … Continue reading The Big 12 Will Lose the Battle but Win the War: NCAAF Week 1
The meal of champions is actually made up of Funyons, Mountain Dew, and gas station donuts. It still serves as the only combination that allows four middle school boys the physical and mental capacity to endure a 24 hour non-stop adventure that involves nonstop video game drama. Some of my greatest memories were created and sustained by such delectable delights. During my tenure in that … Continue reading “What’cha Got? I Got John Madden!” An Ode to Madden 2000
This is Part 3 in a series on conference realignment. For Part 1 Click Here and for Part 2 Click Here. A triumvirate is political structure where three individuals, known as triumvirs, hold the controlling power. Likely the most famous triumvirate in history was the alliance of Gaius Julius Caesar, Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus and Marcus Licinius Crassus of the Roman Republic from 59-53 BC. The alliance made by … Continue reading “Et tu, Brute?” The Triumvirate and the Rise of the Super Conference
This is Part 2 in a series on conference realignment. Click here to read Part 1. The SEC either has great marketing foresight or dumb luck because with all the conference movement, and more certainly to come, they will be the only (super) conference that won’t have to rebrand it’s entire identity because of increased numbers. The Big Ten is already shifting to the Molly … Continue reading Honey, Where’s My Super Conference?