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My Sweet 16

Posted on Sunday, March 22nd, 2009 by chrisrussell

As anybody that has listened to my radio show throughout the years knows, I am not exactly the poster child for March Madness positive promotion. I don’t hide from it and refuse to give into it.

I have tried desperately to fall in love with it, and I can’t. I refuse to be a [...]

A Love of Life and Sports

Posted on Monday, March 16th, 2009 by chrisrussell

This past week, has been one of the toughest weeks in my life. There have been many, and I choose not to rank them – I prefer to just forget them. However, this one feels like the worse, and like it is never going to end. On Saturday March 7th, [...]

“There’s no ‘T’ in Buffal-O”

Posted on Sunday, March 8th, 2009 by chrisrussell

“Welcome to the Buff” by Chris Russell

As a proud graduate of Buffalo State College, having spent almost 8 full years of my life in the city of good neighbors as they like to call it – I feel I am more then capable of serving as the un-official welcome committee chair for Terrell Owens, [...]

How much is Haynes…Worth?

Posted on Saturday, February 28th, 2009 by chrisrussell

So many thoughts on a busy sports weekend as the calendar turns from February to March.  I just can’t focus on one particular item, so I’ll let it rip “Russell Mania” style.
 
You know free agency has started when the Redskins or the Raiders start throwing around gobs of money like it’s growing off a [...]

“Shea Goodbye Forever”

Posted on Sunday, February 22nd, 2009 by chrisrussell

It was 5:05 PM ET, on Sunday September 28th, 2008 when the dread of another September collapse, and more importantly – the collapse of a piece of New York and baseball history came to a bitter end.
 
Shea Stadium opened on April 17th, 1964 – and after months of piece-by-piece destruction, the big round ‘dump’ as [...]

“Shea Goodbye Forever” by Chris Russell

Posted on Sunday, February 22nd, 2009 by chrisrussell

It was 5:05 PM ET, on Sunday September 28th, 2008 when the dread of another September collapse, and more importantly – the collapse of a piece of New York and baseball history came to a bitter end.
 
Shea Stadium opened on April 17th, 1964 – and after months of piece-by-piece destruction, the big round ‘dump’ as [...]

A-ROD in H-O-F? N-O-T!

Posted on Sunday, February 15th, 2009 by chrisrussell

                               A-ROD in H.O.F? NO-WAY!
 
I know, I know you are probably exhausted from the non-stop round the clock, blow out the budget (when there is one to be blown out) coverage of Alex Rodriguez.  You say you can’t take it anymore!  You don’t care that he did it for one year, two years, or three [...]

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