Jason Kokrak (Xavier 2007) earned a Top 10 finish at the PGA Humana Challenge over the weekend. Kokrak fired a final found 7-under 65 and finished at -22 for the tournament, tied for 8th. He finished three shots back of Brian Gay, who won a three-way playoff. Kokrak's four round scores: 63-69-69-65.
Bengals could look for QB in middle rounds of draft
This is the Reds commercial that has run during NFL playoff games the last three weeks. Well done.
UC: Kipatrick's 36 leads Bearcats past Marquette
Paul Dehner Jr.: With Kilpatrick, Bearcats always have a shot
Tommy Tuberville talked to the 5th/3rd Arena crowd at halftime
Xavier keeps rolling: Down 11, they rally to beat La Salle 70-63
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ESPN College Gameday at Hinkle Fieldhouse
What a proud day for Butler Unviersity and the basketball program.
ESPN College Gameday came to campus for the first time ever.
#13 Butler hosted #8 Gonzaga for a 9pm game.
Students were lined up at 6:30AM to get into Hinkle Fieldhouse.
What a day, start to finish for Butler. It was a day long infomecial for all things Butler. This was the scene eleven hours before tipoff.
Are you kidding me? Check out this shot:
The ESPN College Gameday crew reenacted the scene from 'Hoosiers'
How the game ended
How would you like to drive a Hall of Famer to GABP and watch games for free?
Hal McCoy is looking for a driver.
Stan 'The Man' Musial
I wish I had seen Stan Musial play. ESPN's Tim Kurkjian calls him the most underrated Superstar of all-time. Look at these career numbers.
And how about these stats?
Won seven batting titles, three MVP's and three World Series rings.
He finished in the Top 10 of MVP voting 14 times in his career, including a 2nd place finish four times.
He was a 24 time All-Star in his 22 year career.
.331 lifetime batting average, 475 HR, 725 doubles, 177 triples, 1,951 RBI.
6th games played, 9th runs, 2nd total bases, 4th hits, 3rd doubles, 6th RBI, 3rd extra base hits, 6th times on base.
He had 3,630 hits, 1,815 at home and 1,815 on the road.
He NEVER struck out 50 times in a single season.
He NEVER struck out 40 times in a 10-year period from 1952-61.
For perspective, Drew Stubbs struck out 42 times last August.
Musial walked 903 more times than he struck out: 1,599 to 696.