Boxing has a way of eating everything around it. It deflates bodies, bank accounts, fan interest, but it never had a chance to sink its teeth into Hopkins’ marrow.
It’s what Glen Macnow intended, when he went in on the Conshohocken Brewing Company, located at 739 East Elm Street, open from Mon-Thurs. (5-10 PM), Fri. (5-11 PM), Sat. (12-11 PM) and Sun. (12-10 pm).
The old man is at it again, railing against the tethers of time, and all the doubters. Doing all of the unusual things he usually does, like defying all logic and commonsense.
It seems as if DeSean Jackson never really embraced Chip Kelly’s innovative sports science system, nor Kelly himself, according to a number of sources. Whereas everyone else appeared to buy into what Kelly was preaching, Jackson at times wasn’t in lockstep with the group. The two always seemed to be at odds with each other.
At least someone associated with the 76ers will know what the taste of winning is like this basketball season.
In the days following DeSean Jackson’s release by the Eagles, speculation ran rampant as to the reasons why. Everything was to blame from Jackson’s petulant, rambunctious sideline behavior, to his alleged gang ties, to Jackson’s character, to this being Chip Kelly’s fault.
We want to believe in Chip Kelly. We really do. We want to believe he knows what he’s doing.
The way it looks now, the Eagles have considerably weakened themselves on the field by extracting DeSean Jackson, while potentially extremely strengthening the Washington Redskins, their NFC East rivals, if the ’Skins sign him.
The omens came the first day of Spring Training, when Phils’ ace Cole Hamels opened by announcing he had biceps tendinitis and was behind schedule. That was followed by the supposed rift between Jimmy Rollins and manager Ryne Sandberg, a collective team hitting slump, and then for good measure, throw in some MRSA, which Freddy Galvis contracted.
DeSean Jackson was going. He was staying. He was going again. He was definitely going. Now, it appears, that the man that’s recently starred in the ongoing soap opera of As The Eagles Turn could still be an Eagle.
The No. 2 Wildcats were led by Darrun Hilliard’s 16 points, on 6-for-11 shooting, and 15 from JayVaughn Pinkston.
The loss ended a great season for the Hawks, who finished 21-10 and had their dreams dashed of possibly facing Villanova in the second round on Saturday.
The Philadelphia area is proving once again that it produces nothing but elite basketball talent. Of the eight PIAA state championship games coming up this weekend at the Giant Center in Hershey.
You have to go back. Way, way back. Back to when the NCAA Tournament had just 25 teams, no shot clocks, and when not every tournament game was shown on TV.
Villanova has been one of the nation’s top teams, and this Thursday, the Wildcats plan on showing why in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.