Monthly Archive: April 2013

Apr 24

Kangaroo Court

Kangaroo Court is a common practice across many sports.  It is a way to “police your own” and from my experiences, a great way to promote camaraderie and a light-hearted atmosphere within your team.  When I was playing in the NCAA, Kangaroo Court was a big event every Wednesday after practice.  Our team had a “Fine Master” …

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Apr 13

Masters Week Parking Fiasco

Masters Week in Augusta, GA, was really something amazing to experience. Many local businesses and proprietors made the bulk of their year’s profits in one week as the electricity and mystique of golf’s greatest and most prestigious tournament bled through the community. Founded by the late, great Bobby Jones and built on 365 acres of …

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Apr 04

Robots Can’t Play Hockey!

With the growth of system play and strategy, comes a significant decline in the most important of mental skills an athlete can possess; instinctive read and react skills.  In hockey, like all sports, the athlete relies heavily upon his or her ability to read the flow of action and react accordingly.  It is similar to …

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