rick sarro »

Just Win Baby

Just Win Baby

Rick Sarro July 8, 2019 Comments Off on Just Win Baby

By Rick Sarro You play to win the game. Winning isn’t everything … It’s the only thing. Winning is not a sometime thing … It’s an all the time thing. You are what your

Read More »
Road Well Traveled

Road Well Traveled

Rick Sarro June 20, 2019 Comments Off on Road Well Traveled

Fair or not, in the landscape of collegiate athletics, with the Power Five, mid-majors and all others, a program is judged on whether play continues after the regular season ends. Postseason conference tournaments, bowl

Read More »
Ho-Hum Transfer

Ho-Hum Transfer

Rick Sarro June 6, 2019 Comments Off on Ho-Hum Transfer

When Cameron Smith was recruited and signed out of Delray Beach, Fla., more than a year and a half ago, there was no doubt he was considered the heir apparent at quarterback for the

Read More »
NFL Showtime

NFL Showtime

Rick Sarro May 16, 2019 Comments Off on NFL Showtime

In this day and age of social media’s gauntlet of Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and You Tube, not to mention the 24-hour news cycle of TV networks, print media, blogs, Yahoo, TMZ and everybody’s DotComs,

Read More »
Gilbert’s Game Plan

Gilbert’s Game Plan

Rick Sarro May 2, 2019 Comments Off on Gilbert’s Game Plan

McNeese’s first-year head football coach has been on the job a mere four months, and he has been quite busy. But Sterlin Gilbert still finishes every other sentence with “there’s still a lot of

Read More »
Wiretaps And Basketball

Wiretaps And Basketball

Rick Sarro April 4, 2019 Comments Off on Wiretaps And Basketball

FBI wiretaps, federal investigators, subpoenas, guilty verdicts and plea bargains. Mix all that with college basketball recruiting and you have a colossal problem that could take down big-name coaches and programs and further scar

Read More »
Time To Wheel And Deal

Time To Wheel And Deal

admin March 21, 2019 Comments Off on Time To Wheel And Deal

This NFL offseason promises to be one of the more interesting ones — and I’m not even thinking about any instant replay rule changes or referee firings to make up for the notorious no-call

Read More »
The No-Call Fallout

The No-Call Fallout

Rick Sarro February 21, 2019 Comments Off on The No-Call Fallout

You’re not expecting a Super Bowl story out of me, are you? No, I didn’t partake in the Boycott Bowl or shun Super Bowl LIII. I watched the Patriots’ defensive gem of a 13-3

Read More »
Heartbreak Again

Heartbreak Again

Rick Sarro February 8, 2019 Comments Off on Heartbreak Again

The many intriguing story lines for Super Bowl LIII will surely outnumber the number of streets named Peach this or that in the city of Atlanta. Two first-ballot Hall of Fame quarterbacks, Drew Brees

Read More »
Joe’s Journey

Joe’s Journey

Rick Sarro January 24, 2019 Comments Off on Joe’s Journey

By Rick Sarro For the sake of brevity, I will go back as far as last spring in Columbus, Ohio. The Ohio State Buckeyes’ spring game had just concluded, and it was quite apparent

Read More »