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The Greatest (Quiz)

The Greatest (Quiz)

Muhammad Ali remains the most recognized sports figure in history – more than Babe Ruth, Tiger Woods and even Michael Jordan. He may or may not have been “The Greatest” fighter of all time, but Ali transcended boxing. He was a showman with the gift of gab, and his antics inside and outside the ring…

Rainbows in Omaha

Rainbows in Omaha

June 6, 1980: Moments after the University of Hawaii baseball team’s stirring run in the College World Series came to a disappointing end, head coach Les Murakami offered these reassuring words: “We’ll be back.” The Rainbows had just fallen to Arizona, 5-3, in the winner-take-all game to decide the CWS championship. Murakami gave credit to…

Gary’s Blog: Let the Games Begin (Please!)

Gary’s Blog: Let the Games Begin (Please!)

A new month. Renewed hope. Closer to a return to normalcy. Those are the thoughts and feelings I had as we approached June. These days, I am happy as each new month starts, because the months that have ended signify the worst months that I have ever lived through, not just personally, but for the…

Sports Documentaries We’d Like to See

Sports Documentaries We’d Like to See

Much of the sports world is still buzzing over ESPN’s 10-part docu-series, “The Last Dance,” which offered never-before-seen footage and details about Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls’ final championship run. Naturally, the commercial and artistic success of the series has people wondering, “What documentary or docu-series can they do next?” We have some ideas…