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On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS May 27, 2019, #745 Memorial Day 2019 After further review…General John A. Logan of Civil War vintage founded what was then called Decoration Day, later to be termed as we know it, Memorial Day. It was and technically still is a day to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice so that we can live […]

On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS April 8, 2019, #738 Up Next… Baseball – America’s Pastime! After further review… Since the 2019 Major League Baseball (MLB) season has begun as well as the colleges and high schools being midway in their seasons, let’s review “America’s Pastime.” Or is baseball considered in today’s sports world “America’s Past time?” Has this […]

On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS March 11, 2019, #734 Up Next… Is replay the answer? After further review… The National Football League’s Competition Committee met recently to review its current rules and study the possibility of adopting new ones. They meet annually as well as communicate during the season on fine-tuning the rules to make the game safer and more […]

  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 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 […]

    On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS August 6, 2018, #704…C.T.E After further review…The beginning of the 2018 National Football League season began with the Pro Football Hall of Fame game  featuring the Baltimore Ravens vs Chicago Bears. Heading this article with C.T.E. is, perhaps, not the best beginning for a sports article. However, chronic traumatic encephalopathy (C.T.E.) will […]

On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS July 23, 2018, #702…Free Agency – Part Two After further review…In our recent discussion of free agency in sports, we ask readers to log-in their thoughts on where free agency is headed. And they did, with not much of a positive note. The internet news jumped-in with an item that said one […]

      On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS June 11, 2018, #696…Dwight Clark – He Leaves the NFL a Better Place After further review…This issue is a tribute to Dwight Clark. The below quote is from John Elway, Pro Football Hall of Famer, former Denver Broncos quarterback and now their general manager, who said, “Dwight Clark left the NFL and […]

On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS May 7, 2018, #691… Lead people, MANAGE games! After further review…The title of the man in charge of a baseball T*E*A*M is called the manager at the major league level. At the high school, college, Little League and in softball, that same person is usually referred to as coach. The TunneySide believes that whatever that title, the most […]

  On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS January 22, 2018, #676 – The Huddle After further review…During Herm Edwards‘ recent introduction as the head coach of the Arizona State University football team, he declared “What football is all about is ‘the huddle’. You see, football is a tough physical game and each of us needs all of us. […]


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