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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Memories of a long brotherhood tempered in common struggle
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Mike Murphy
One horribly bad season has pressed the Colts into major shake-up mode.
The Indianapolis Colts fired defensive coordinator Larry Coyer on Tuesday after starting the season 0-11. The question will be if there is more to come in this lost season.
The winless Colts will have a new quarterback and a new defensive coordinator when they head to New England this weekend.
Ask Bruce Bochy if he has a dip and San Francisco's skipper offers up a standard response: "I don't do that anymore."
Former New York Gov. George E. Pataki said Thursday he is concerned about the electability of the current GOP presidential field, as he prepares to visit Iowa next week before deciding whether to make a late entry into the race.
Canucks president Mike Gillis said Bruins defenseman Johnny Boychuk "used a can opener" in delivering a brutal hit on Mason Raymond that left the Vancouver forward in a Boston hospital with a back injury.
Nathan Horton will miss the rest of the Stanley Cup finals with a severe concussion and Canucks defenseman Aaron Rome is finished too after the NHL suspended him for four games Tuesday for his blindside hit on the Bruins forward during Game 3.
Nathan Horton will miss the rest of the Stanley Cup finals with a severe concussion, and Vancouver Canucks defenseman Aaron Rome also is finished after the NHL suspended him for four games Tuesday for his blindside hit on the Boston Bruins forward during Game 3.
Nathan Horton will miss the rest of the Stanley Cup finals with a severe concussion, and Canucks defenseman Aaron Rome also is finished after the NHL suspended him for four games Tuesday for his late hit on the Bruins forward during Game 3.
The Vancouver Canucks don't understand the big fuss about a little bite.
The end of Virginia's regular-season finale brought relief and a reunion. The Cavaliers routed Penn to move past a miserable month, and coach Dom Starsia visited on the field with ex-assistant and Penn coach Mike Murphy along with their respective families.
Flyers forward Dan Carcillo has been suspended without pay or the first two games of next season for confronting officials during this year's playoffs.
Bruce Bochy pulled a prank on a few of his players late in spring training, bringing them into his Scottsdale Stadium office and showing them an inexpensive ring from the Dominican Summer League. He insisted it was a preview of their World Series jewelry to come.
Kimberly Bell, her voice cracking, looked out at the court room and talked about the final stretch of her nine-year relationship with Barry Bonds.
Barry Bonds' former mistress has taken the witness stand at the slugger's perjury trial.
"It becomes a good political club for the Obama folks, but fundamentally I don't think Americans woke up and said, 'Hey everything's fixed, we feel great,'" said Republican strategist Mike Murphy on "Meet the Press."