When it came to the Big Ten Football Penn State used to be mentioned in the same breath with Ohio State and Wisconsin. Now for maybe the next decade look for the Nittany Lions to more closely resemble Minnesota and Indiana.
When your children are younger life revolves around their daily schedules, going from place-to-place at a frantic pace you long for the days when things will slow down. You look at that calendar on the refrigerator along with school and sports schedules and wonder if you’re a parent or just a taxi driver. You never think long-range but rather just try and get through the challenges each day will bring as you try and juggle schedules to make sure at least one of you will be at each of your children’s must-attend events. Then it all ends and you wonder where did the time go?
Today is the 43rd anniversary of what remains my worst day as a sports fan and the best day in the history of the New York Jets. It was on this date in 1969 when the Jets stunned the heavily-favored Baltimore Colts to win Super Bowl III in Miami.
This is my first official segment of the New Year and it’s good to be back after a few days off. Actually I hated the sound of the alarm buzzing at 2:50 this morning as I had gotten accustomed to staying up late and sleeping late but as the saying goes, “all good things must come to an end.”
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