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Fish and Chipps: Is Wichita State legitimate?

If you are shocked that the Wichita State University is the only undefeated team left in college basketball this season, don’t be. At this time last season, the Shockers were virtually unknown to everyone north of the Mason-Dixon line. But a little madness in March forever changed the “Wichita State of mind.” Behind the leadership […]

Foul Shots: An unseen drama

Baseball is America’s pastime. It’s the sport of Babe Ruth, Jackie Robinson, Willie Mays, Ken Griffey Jr., Derek Jeter and hundreds of other superstars. For much of the 20th century, baseball was king. It made the most money, attracted the most news coverage and created the heroes that fathers tell their sons about. Professional baseball […]

The Blue Line: WNHL?

Did anybody else watch the Olympic hockey games last week between heated rivals United States and Canada? Just in case you missed them, Canada won both matchups by the same 3-2 score. The men’s hockey semifinal contest was boring, as the Canadians controlled the game from puck drop to the final buzzer. The women’s game, […]

Fish and Chipps: A letter to Mr. Wiggins

Dear Mr. Wiggins, A wise man once said to me, “With great power comes great responsibility.” Let me begin by saying I am a huge admirer of your work on the court. You can flat out ball and I have sincerely enjoyed watching you play in the collegiate ranks this season. It is undeniable that […]

Foul Shots: The ballad of Marcus Smart

It’s tough to find a high-profile college basketball player that wants to stay in school more than the single season mandated by former NBA commissioner David Stern. Nowadays, the so-called “diaper dandies” tend to leave after one glorious freshman year, choosing the fame and riches of the NBA over books, dorm rooms and subpar campus […]