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Baseball Days

ISU baseball

In the spring of 1991, I covered the Indiana State University baseball team.  In the process I watched them record one of their greatest wins–an obscure afternoon game in Bloomington which few people remember.   A couple weeks ago, while sitting at my desk, I gazed out my window and watched ...

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The Real Hero of Indiana State is Not Larry Bird

November 09, 2013 Larry Bird Statue Dedication 2-91-X3

Like a lot of Sycamores, I’m proud of what happened in 1979.  But none of those guys are my Alma mater’s heroes. Editorial Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed on this web site are solely those of the original authors and other contributors. These views and opinions do not necessarily ...

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Empty Seats and Absent Victories

Despite all the reasons I dislike my beloved alma-mater’s awful football stadium, I nonetheless have happy memories there.  I am also less than convinced a new stadium would prove the magic wand some hope it would be. Editorial Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed on this web site are solely ...

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March Sadness

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I should adopt a perennial winner, like so many of my friends do.  But my loyalty to my Sycamores is written into my blood. On a chilly December night in 1989, I sat in the student section enveloping the baseline at Hulman Center.  My team, the Indiana State Sycamores took ...

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An Every Year Resolution

Sculpture by Bill Wolfe called Max Ehrmann at the Crossroads.

I don’t make New Year resolutions. I used to, but typically forgot about whatever false promise I’d made to myself by St. Patrick’s Day. When friends and family ask me, every year, what I will “resolve” to do in the coming months the answer is usually some kind of smart-ass ...

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