• Tom Mulcahy was almost too good to be true

    Tom Mulcahy was almost too good to be true3

    Garth Brooks’ first album included a kind of overlooked song called “Cowboy Bill.” It is easy to forget the song that was part of an amazing debut album that included hits like “If Tomorrow Never Comes,” “Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old),” and “The Dance.” “Cowboy Bill,” though, was always one of my

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  • Making the right decision took courage, toughness

    Making the right decision took courage, toughness2

    A high-ankle sprain is not your garden-variety ankle sprain. It was way worse. If you favorite NFL player has a high-ankle sprain, you can count on him being sidelined for 4 to 6 weeks, if he is lucky. Oftentimes, you would be better off with a break than a high-ankle sprain, which are nearly impossible

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  • We have come too far to turn back now

    We have come too far to turn back now1

    Boston Red Sox pitcher Chris Sale is on his flway back from Tommy John surgery. He underwent the procedure to replace ulnar collateral ligament in his left elbow last March, so that puts Sale on pace to return to the Red Sox rotation sometime around June, if he’s lucky. There is a pretty good chance

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  • Malta-Rocky Boy fiasco highlights need for officials

    Malta-Rocky Boy fiasco highlights need for officials8

    Several years ago, the Browning’s boys’ basketball team played an afternoon game on the first day of the Central A Divisional tournament in Belgrade. Browning fans showed up in full force like they always do. This time, though, some were holding signs that were a bit different than what you usually see at a high

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  • TDs and sacks can wipe out some horrible behavior

    TDs and sacks can wipe out some horrible behavior1

    Last week I saw an interesting question posed on Twitter. Why is it that people can separate Tom Brady’s politics from his game, but struggle to do the same when it comes to Colin Kaepernick? Kaepernick, as we all surely remember, was the first player to take a knee during the national anthem several years

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  • Bobcats should kick the tires on Kevin Peoples

    Bobcats should kick the tires on Kevin Peoples0

    Montana State’s football program will have no shortage of candidates to replace Jeff Choate as head coach. Choate left the Bobcats to take over as linebackers coach for new Texas head coach Steve Sarkisian. He will get a nice bump in pay as he heads to one of the premier college football programs in the

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