• Osweiler, Dolphins are like Kryptonite to the Bears

    Osweiler, Dolphins are like Kryptonite to the Bears0

    By Bill Foley OK, OK, OK, so that headline is really silly. I admit it. It implies that the Chicago Bears have some kind of super human powers, and clearly an organization that hasn’t been to the playoffs since 2010 does not. That is kind of like saying that a your ankle-biting Terrier is Kryptonite

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  • Guys like Bob Schulte make Silver B’s night special

    Guys like Bob Schulte make Silver B’s night special0

    Silver B’s Night is always the best night of the high school football season. This past Friday night, players who earned their first varsity letter playing football for Butte High in 1993 officially became Silver B’s. Players who earned their first varsity letters in 1968 became Golden B’s. While there were no living members of

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  • Poor, poor Cowboys fans

    Poor, poor Cowboys fans0

    The week showed us once again why the Dallas Cowboys will never again win the Super Bowl as long as Jerry Jones is alive. Maybe it’s all the Botox injections, but the owner of South America’s Team looks like a picture of health at 75, too. So it just might be a while before the

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  • Do the math on the Oredigger-Bulldog rivalry

    Do the math on the Oredigger-Bulldog rivalry0

    We have all seen the many faces of former Montana Tech football coach Bob Green. There is, of course, the happy one that we see all the time. There’s also the somber one that I’ve unfortunately seen too many times after tough losses at Nelson Stadium in Helena. My favorite Bob Green face is the

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  • The NFL has a shortage of coaches with guts

    The NFL has a shortage of coaches with guts0

    By Bill Foley One of the most exciting plays of this football season was when Kameron Moreno of Butte High punched in a 2-point conversion in overtime to give the Bulldogs a 39-38 walk-off homecoming win over Missoula Sentinel. The home crowd rushed the field as the Bulldogs capped the 14-point comeback. It was a

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  • The ‘Eye of the Tiger’ led Tricia Joyce to State title

    The ‘Eye of the Tiger’ led Tricia Joyce to State title0

    The popularity of the game of golf dropped sharply after scandal and injury pushed Tiger Woods into his historic fall from grace. The “Tiger Effect,” as they called it, was gone. Even if he never wins another major, Woods is the greatest golfer to ever live. He was also the most important. Woods transcended the

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