Mike Piazza scanned the walls, the ones with all the faces cast in bronze.
“Crazy. What am I doing here?” he wondered, breaking into a grin.
As Siena coach Jimmy Patsos pointed out, Lavon Long could’ve stuck his head in the sand.
The big shot on Thursday made it to the SportsCenter “Top 10 Plays,” to be enjoyed by TV viewers across the land.
The big shot on Saturday never made it out of the Alumni Recreation Center.
Maybe it’s a sub-conscious thing.
Somehow, nobody campaigning for president of the U.S. has promised, if elected, to build a new indoor track and field facility in the Capital Region.
We’ve created a monster.
Purple pride will be busting at the seams of SEFCU Arena at 7 tonight, when the Great Danes’ next America East game will be much more than just another game.
Anybody who’s been to Saratoga Race Course has a story to tell.
One of Paul Matties’ stories is that he can still tell them.
I’m officially out of the NFL prediction business.
Call this a side project. You know, like a hobby.
Add LeBron James’ name to the list of coach killers, alongside Magic Johnson, Dwight Howard, Penny Hardaway and Lieutenant Fletcher Christian.
It’s all fun and games until somebody slaps somebody in the nose, MMA-style.
The kids are alright.
If you get old enough and are still trying to stay athletically active, it can seem like you’re desperately holding all the pieces of yourself together with Ace bandages and duct tape.
It was the perfect basketball milestone moment.
I stopped betting on the NFL a gazillion years ago.
In a blunder of colossal proportion, I picked the Baltimore Ravens to win the Super Bowl.
If you show up for work tomorrow rocking that same sweater you wore while trying to win an ugly Christmas sweater contest, I’d say you have a strong commitment to that garment.
If you’re a basketball player, you’d love to be compared to Kevin Durant.
OK, we’re close to the finish line for all of the annual year-ender stories and lists, but I have one last piece of business before turning the past-performance page on 2015.
As we careen toward 2016, this weekend seemed like a good time to revisit some of the stuff that belched forth from my keyboard in 2015, if for no other reason than nostalgia.
It was nearly 100 years ago now that the New York State Legislature considered the role of a historian important enough to require every municipality to have one.
When an inferno raced through five 19th century Woodlawn Avenue brick row houses in July, it jeopardized one of the few Saratoga Springs examples of the brownstone-style homes that are so numerous in New York City.
Major league scouts will be coming in droves to watch the pitching exploits of Shenendehowa senior IAN ANDERSON, just as they did a year ago to take in the batting and fielding prowess of Niskayuna’s Garrett Whitley, who became a first-round pick of the Tampa Bay Rays.