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Loyalties Don’t Get More Divided Than This

Let’s be real clear on this – come Sunday afternoon, Peyton’s my man. I don’t know what it is about the guy, but ever since he took over quarterbacking for the Indianapolis Colts, I’ve loved him. His first season, he … Continue reading

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Because Different is Always Better (Sarcasm Intended)

Both Auburn and the University of California fired their football coaches within the last week, moves that got me thinking about short-term thinking. Auburn fired Gene Chizik after a 3-9 season – two years after he had led the team … Continue reading

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Sometimes It’s Hard to Be Cranky

I spent most of last week wondering what I was going to crab about this week. I’m still looking. Everything seems to be on an upswing – the economy, the weather, the local football teams (well, some of them). Oh, … Continue reading

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You’re Fantastic – Now Get Lost

Last week’s waitin’-for-Peyton NFL carousel brought back a flood of memories about times during my career when I’d first been courted and then been cashiered by employers. I can completely identify with 49ers quarterback Alex Smith who, after taking the previous … Continue reading

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Becoming An Adult

I have to admit that when I wrote last week’s blog about how differently I saw myself as an adult than I had as an undergraduate, I didn’t think even more issues would come up, but they did. I cared … Continue reading

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