Jerome Brown: Eye of the Hurricanes, Soul of the Eagles and the Heart of Brooksville

Posted in Blogroll on July 2nd, 2012 by Ron Glover

(Image By Jerry Thierolf)

Twenty years ago, Jerome Brown was killed in a car crash that also claimed the life of his 12-year old nephew Gus. When young people, especially athletes die so young we’re quick to say that their lives were unfulfilled and how we were cheated.

In Jerome’s 27 years on earth, you’ll see that the former All-Pro defensive tackle did enough laughing, living and loving for two lifetimes.

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Jrue Holiday Added To USA Basketball Select Team Roster

Posted in Blogroll on July 2nd, 2012 by Michael Tillery

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (July 2, 2012) – Third-year Philadelphia 76ers point guard Jrue Holiday has been added to the 2012 USA Men’s Select Team that will train July 6-11 against the 2012 USA Basketball Men’s National Team during training camp in Las Vegas, Nev. Holiday’s is the 15th player USA Basketball has named to the USA Select squad.

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Tip-Off for 7/2/12 (featuring Earth, Wind and Fire) The rise of Mario Balotelli

Posted in Blogroll on July 2nd, 2012 by Ron Glover


On top form: Mario Balotelli celebrated his second goal in exuberant style, with Claudio Machisio (below) is the first to congratulate him after the telling second

Euro 2012 brought Europe’s best footballers together to the delight of fan’s worldwide. In the midst of the hoopla, a new star has emerged in the sport where the greats are recognized on a one name basis.

Meet (Super) Mario Balotelli whose two goals against Germany put Italy in the Euro 2012 final against Spain. Spain would win Euro 2012 defeating Italy 4-0

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