Some thoughts on Ray Allen and his legacy of hard work.
I recently finished a two-day 121 mile bike trip with my dad and brother on the Silver Comet Trail, a paved trail stretching from Smyrna, Georgia to the eastern border of Alabama.
This post offers a few suggestions for planning your own Silver Comet adventure.
The American drive to work hard and actually accomplish something is fast disappearing. I’ve seen it in the classroom, on the basketball court, and even in my own life. This post is a renewed call to hard work.
Our world is complicated. Terrible atrocities take place on every day, and it often feels like we are handcuffed from making any significant difference. In recent years, I’ve been exposed to organizations and individuals who have convinced me otherwise. Dan Occhiogrosso is one of those individuals.
I hardly have time for this post, but I can’t pass up the opportunity to vent. Once again, the college basketball mafia has nominated an undeserving Duke to #1 in the polls. Can someone explain the logic?
Most college basketball teams rely on a key player or style to win games. Unfortunately, it’s difficult to win a national championship as a one-hit wonder.
Take a look at the following video, and learn more about the power of a spread offense.