Tomás Minc of Maryland almost quit the sport at age 10. By 14, he earned a world title.
The Immaculata College team won the first three national titles back in the 1970s.
Why not pick Washington’s version of “Pumpsie” Green? A player who could use extra cheers.
Serious injury this season might mean he misses out on millions of dollars the NBA would offer.
Even the worst teams now average triple digits per game, but that wasn’t always true.
Willie O’Ree played for the Boston Bruins, but his major contribution was as a “builder of the game.”
Working together to make rules and enforce them would help kids learn the skills needed to make our government work.
Tom Brady and Jared Goff are superstars, but they’ll face pressure and need protection.
They don’t have the Yankees’ 27 titles, but they have dominated pro football since 2000.