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  • Should Bob Bradley have been fired?

    It was long overdue Brant Parsons Orlando Sentinel If U.S. Soccer wanted to be rid of Bob Bradley, it should have done so after a disappointing 2010 World Cup. When most national teams would have switched managers, the U.S. extended Bradley's...
  • Which commissioner should be paid most?

    Goodell made best better David Teel Daily Press Is this a trick question? Like who's buried in Grant's tomb? Sports' highest-paid commissioner should be the leader of the most successful league, the venture that draws the largest audience and rakes...
  • Who could emerge as baseball's Lin or Tebow?

    Dodgers fireballer Jansen Phil Rogers Chicago Tribune You might not have heard of Kenley Jansen. But he is well known to Hanley Ramirez, Jose Reyes, Robinson Cano and their teammates on the Dominican Republic's 2009 World Baseball Classic team. A...
  • Can Notre Dame keep its independence?

    Might not have choice Matt Murschel Orlando Sentinel Notre Dame takes a lot of pride in its independence from any conference affiliation in football, despite the changing college landscape. However, the barbarians at the gate might force the school to...
  • Was sitting Reyes in true spirit of baseball?

    Reyes is anti-baseball Paul Doyle Hartford Courant In one of the greatest 24-hour stretches in baseball history, fans were treated to wall-to-wall drama. Everywhere, players were seizing the moment. Then there's Jose Reyes, who decided to sit on his...
  • Did NCAA make right decision on Auburn?

    Hollow 'investigation' Teddy Greenstein Chicago Tribune Not to put it in overly dramatic terms, but I put as much stock in the NCAA's Auburn investigation as Pat Tillman's family put in the Pentagon's report on his killing in Afghanistan. Believe it...
  • Was suspension for Rondo appropriate?

    Enough is enough Teddy Greenstein Chicago Tribune I can live with the one-game clip. But if I were dean of discipline, Rajon Rondo also would have to agree to some conditions. Start with publicly apologizing to official Marc Davis. Acknowledge that...
  • Rocky Hill Seeks Restraining Order Blocking State From Moving Prisoners, Mentally Ill To Nursing Home

    Attorneys for Rocky Hill on Tuesday will try to persuade a Superior Court judge to issue a temporary restraining order barring the state from moving prison inmates and mental patients into a private nursing home at 60 West St. The order is opposed by...
  • Gov. Malloy Open To Having NHL Hockey Back In Hartford

    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Monday he is talking to investors seeking to bring an NHL franchise to Hartford, but he emphasized the return of hockey remains a remote possibility. "I have spoken to individuals who have expressed a desire to bring a team...
  • Lawsuits Involving TicketNetwork Still Ongoing

    Lawsuits Involving TicketNetwork Still Ongoing
    It wasn't supposed to go this way. Not very long ago, TicketNetwork Inc. was a fast-rising corporate star in Connecticut's dimly lit business sky. Donald Vaccaro's firm was chosen as one of newly elected Gov. Dannel Malloy's "First Five" companies and...
  • Rocky Hill Residents Protest At Capitol Against Proposed Nursing Home For Inmates And Mental Patients

    Rocky Hill Residents Protest At Capitol Against Proposed Nursing Home For Inmates And Mental Patients
    Karen Plaza was among 100 Rocky Hill residents, town leaders and correction officers who gathered outside the Capitol Wednesday to protest the state's plan to use a private nursing home to provide long-term care for prisoners and mental patients....
  • Rocky Hill Officials Seek Newington's Support For Prisoner Nursing Home Legislation

    Rocky Hill is asking the town council to support proposed legislation requiring local approval to open nursing homes for infirm and terminally ill prison inmates and mental patients. Rocky Hill officials sought the legislation after the state moved to...