Like father. Like son?
Maybe it's too many years of Bushes of one sort or another. Perhaps it's the prospect of too many years of Clintons of this type or that. But something has me thinking this way, and I can't be the only person who believes the legacy thing has gotten a little out of hand in college basketball.
I say this in spite of yesterday's news out of Lubbock that
I say this in spite of the remarkable story out of Des Moines this season, where Drake coach
And I say this in spite of the impressive works of Bennetts
So, what's the problem? The problem is that kingmaking:
It's the nature of the business: More often than not things eventually come a cropper, and when they do the result can be as melodramatic as a divorce. Think DePaul, where the program's patriarch,
I've long admired the good fathers at Villanova; their refusal to indulge
To want to usher his or her genes securely into the future is a natural instinct of any human being (and yes, in spite of what I've written about him, I do regard
But I still don't think that, all things considered, it's a good idea.