The goal is always to shut them out.
It was like a swamp. It [grass] was pulled up everywhere. It was like stepping in potholes.
We just wanted to keep them to 14 points.
Since the dismissal of Bob Huggins at Cincinnati.
It probably was the last place where he attended class, anyway.
You would think that the federal government should be making sure that people who are trying to restart their lives and are trying to put their city back together again are out there working. But that's not the case.
She said some really nice stuff to me. She was going home that day to see her family.
Our quickness came through for us in the end. We lost two seniors to foul trouble and our younger players really answered the call.
I was pleased with our free-throw shooting, the kids kept their composure and stayed with their game.
I'm calling it the book review of the decade.
And now into point-guard hell. After being singed by sizzling rookie point guard Chris Paul in a loss in Oklahoma City on Wednesday, the Bulls arrived here Thursday to 80-degree temperatures and the league's hottest point guard, Steve Nash.
He has proven to be an excellent and reliable teammate on a terrific Pistons team.
Ben Gordon is coming off the best offensive week of his short career, three straight games of at least 30 points. That's right. Time to trade him. This is no knock on Gordon.
Last year we extended it, and it worked so well. We have a lot of retired people in the area, so many people can work during the week and many of them do.
This is the culmination of a strategic plan that we began working on a year and a half ago. We felt that one of the issues we needed to look at very strongly was how to build McMurry and use our resources.
My wife and I are both nurses. So we've seen our share of death..but when it's at your front door..it's a little different.
We may end up spending what the governor wants to spend. But if we do, we are creating a massive hole for next year.
I would say that on or around Nov. 15 you would be hearing a revised revenue estimate and that midterm fiscal report would say we were in dire straits and that we were in immediate need of a tax increase.
Believe me, we're not trying to throw up any obstacles in an election year. You think the members of the Legislature don't want to see a budget passed smooth and quickly this year and get our business done in June and go on the campaign trail in July and August?
We are fighting to ensure that every vote counts and counts just once. I am disappointed that it appears the governor has chosen to put politics over good public policy.
Tuesday, March 7, Dumpsters will be in place, so they can turn in their garbage.
This has been a long process. You have to be patient. Whether someone picks me or not, you just have to want it.
I'm excited to get a chance to prove myself. They said get ready, because mini-camp opens in a week. I'll be there.
We recognize that there's controversy with this and we'll certainly air that out.
That's good stuff, a black man from Louisiana hugging my grandfather.