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On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS October 22, 2018, #715… Building a Legacy! After further review… Heading into my fifth year as an NFL official, a new official joined our officiating corps, namely Burl Abron Toler, an African American. That’s an important addition to Toler’s name, since he then became the first African American on-field NFL official. He […]

On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS October 15, 2018, #714… A Privilege or a Right? After further review… While On the TunneySide of Sports takes issues and stories from all sports, it attempts to focus on current topics, suggesting that they be transformed into positive messages for everyday living. This column often discusses the NFL, because it is currently in-play and […]

On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS October 8, 2018, #713… Success and Failure! After further review… My Facebook post recently was a reminder: “Don’t let your victories go to your head, or your failures go to your heart!” Since many of you may not be on Facebook, or maybe you are just fed-up with its whole approach, I thought […]

  On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS October 1, 2018, #712… Advice From Coaches After further review… Fans often ask what the conversations are like between players and coaches. Here’s an incident that  Pro Football Hall of Famer, Dan Fouts, now a successful and well-respected CBS analyst for the National Football League told me. His hall of fame […]

  On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS September 24, 2018, #710…NFL Fan Boycott? After further review…A reader of On the TunneySide of Sports recently indicated that on Sunday, November 11, 2018, fans will stage an NFL boycott. The writer gave this reasoning: “You graduated high school in 2011. Your teenage years were a struggle. You grew […]

On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS September 17, 2018, #710…Serena! After further review…It was certainly an unfortunate occurrence in the Women’s final tennis match on September 8, 2018, in the U.S. Open tournament played at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, Queens, New York City. Naomi Osaka defeated Serena Williams 6-2 6-4 […]

  On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS September 10, 2018, #709…Doing the Right Thing! After further review…While the intent of the TunneySide of Sports is to promote the positive aspect of sports, usually from sports stories themselves, often an issue inspires this writer to take life lessons from other sources and apply them to sports. Such is the case […]

On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS August 27, 2018, #707…Labor Day and Opportunities After further review…As we take a moment to give thanks for the opportunity to “labor,” that is, have a job, I recall some 70 years ago my summer job. I was privileged to work as a ticket-taker at Del Mar Race Track in Del Mar, […]

  On The TunneySide of Sports August 27, 2018 #707 Up next…Back on the Grass After further review…This coming weekend, September 1st, is the start of the 2018 college football (NCAA) season. For Coach Herm Edwards it’s beginning of another adventure in his already exciting athletic life. His sports interests began in Seaside, California at the Boys Club—just […]

  On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS August 20, 2018, #706…Thanks for the Opportunity! After further review…We are about midway into the NFL preseason with the regular season looming, but fraught with uncertainties. The issue of brain concussions resulting in possible C.T.E. diagnosis for NFL players as well as the issue about players standing or not standing for […]


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