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  • Notebook: Pat Calhoun Wondered If This Day Would Ever Arrive

    — Jim Calhoun was still playing basketball when he married Pat 46 years ago and their life together has been defined by the game. There was his time coaching in high school before he ascended to a college job in 1972. For more than 40 years, the...
  • Sixers, state track, trivia all on "Calling All Sports" on Saturday morning

     
    We'll look at Game 7 of the Sixers-Celtics NBA Eastern Conference semifinals on today's "Calling All Sports" radio show, heard 9-11 this morning on AM 1470, the Fox, and online at fox1470.com. Tom Moore, longtime 76ers writer for Calkins Media, will...
  • 'Transit' by Bernard Share

    'Transit' by Bernard Share
    Transit A Novel Bernard Share Dalkey Archive: 138 pp. $12.95 paper Say the modern airport is really just a series of grievances. Repetitious tasks, confusing signage, a limited option of goods and services and little reward besides the opportunity...
  • Dickenman At Home At Central

    Howie Dickenman will soon hit the 200-win mark as coach of the Central Connecticut men's basketball team. He is 199-169 after Saturday's 91-78 win at Fairleigh Dickinson. The first win? Nov. 23, 1996 vs. St. Francis (Pa.), 66-57. He started 3-0 that...
  • Top cop: Doctor accused of faking attack 'embarrassed the city'

    Top cop: Doctor accused of faking attack 'embarrassed the city'
    Chicago Police Supt. Jody Weis says an Iowa physician accused of lying to police about being stabbed by attackers along the Chicago Riverwalk "embarrassed the city with his story." Gary Hunninghake, 64, of Coralville, Iowa, is charged with felony...
  • Spotlight On Scott Burrell

    Spotlight On Scott Burrell
    First and foremost, Burrell thew "The Pass" to Tate George, who hit "The Shot." Burrell inbounded from UConn's baseline, throwing the ball to the far corner for George, whose turnaround jumper at the buzzer gave UConn a one-point victory over Clemson in...
  • Nate Miles Timeline

    2003 *September: Enrolls at Libbey High in his hometown of Toledo, Ohio, starts as a freshman. He is named All-City as a sophomore, averaging more than 19 points in 2004-05. 2005 *April: Says he's leaving Libbey and will enroll at Oak Hill Academy in...
  • Colts: Collie hopes to build off rookie season

    Colts: Collie hopes to build off rookie season
    The philosophy for the Indianapolis Colts has always been "Next Man Up", that was particularly true for Austin Collie's rookie season. With the Colts not resigning veteran wide receiver Marvin Harrison and the injury to Anthony Gonzalez, Collie was...
  • Back on the chopper again

    Steel is scraping asphalt. One after another, 850-pound Harley-Davidson Road King motorcycles are being thrown around tight corners in the parking lot at Alexian Field, dragging foot pegs and frames. They're not ordinary moves, but these aren't...
  • Spotlight On Robert Garrison

    Garrison was a late commit to UConn before the 2005-06 season, when the Huskies were dealing with the suspensions of guards Marcus Williams and A.J. Price. Garrison lost the starting point guard spot to fellow freshman Craig Austrie and was not a major...
  • Rodney Harrison sense 'panic' from Peyton Manning

     
    Interesting stuff out of NBC's conference call announcing the hiring of Rodney Harrison and Tony Dungy for the Sunday night studio team. (Jerome Bettis is out, and Cris Collinsworth left for the game booth, creating two spots.) NBC Sports chairman......