Author Archives: brianlovellette

The Butler Did It

Jimmy Butler is the latest professional athlete to join the recent trend of demanding a trade, or new contract, before Torie current deal has expired. The trend which really came to the forefront last summer with Kyrie Irving and Paul … Continue reading

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Coach vs. Star, Chicken or Egg

In the sports world every now and then a story comes up pitting the head coach of a team at odds against the team’s star player. We have seen it from Phil Jackson and Scottie Pippen to Tony LaRussa and … Continue reading

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Why We Love Sports, the Dirty Thirty 

The last week gave us two perfect examples of why we love sports. Two 30-year old faces of their professional franchises rallied around injuries and carried their teams to unlikely victories.  Eight days ago it was 34-year old Aaron Rodgers … Continue reading

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Get Up! Get Up! For A 20 Year Old Big Mac

Twenty Years. That’s a long-time. A full generation. Yet I am still thinking about a Big Mac and what a treat it was. So why am I still thinking of a Big Mac after 20 years? Because this Big Mac … Continue reading

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Kicking Off College Football

Cooler fully stocked, fresh remote batteries, gas tanks full on the RV, grill ready to go…this past weekend marked the first full schedule of college football. So while we still have four months of full Saturdays here are some early … Continue reading

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Mizzou Lock-s It Up

Yesterday I sat down to watch the Missouri Tigers make their 2018 football debut, taking on Tennessee-Martin, and came away pleasantly excited. Why you may ask am I excited after watching the Tigers manhandle an FCS team that was a … Continue reading

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Tee It Up St. Louis

Last weekend St. Louis held the 2018 PGA Championship. The final major of the year for professional golf and an event that returned to St. Louis for the first time since 1992. It was the first golf major of any … Continue reading

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