If you're reading this, you're probably familiar with the term "March Madness". For those of you who aren't, I'm talking about the NCAA tournament, set to kick off in just under two weeks, which will pit the nations 68 best teams against one another.
As we enter the All-Star break the Dallas Mavericks are in a position a bit foreign to them.
The Dallas Cowboys have missed the postseason. Again.
If you're a Texas Rangers fan, this probably hasn't been a great fall for you.
The Dallas Cowboys are 2 games above .500. Let that sink in for a second.
Last year the NFL offseason was marred by the NFL players strike. Fans were outraged, and followed day-by-day until the situation was resolved. The season went along more or less unchanged after that.
TCU was ready to make a big splash in the Big 12 in their first season in the league. And a former Sherman Bearcat was ready to take center stage in the backfield, and appeared to be ready to run his way into the primary back role with the Frogs.
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Now that Colby Lewis is out for the season, it's become more important than ever that the Rangers made a deal before the deadline.
After a week of watching free agents fly off the board, the Mavericks made their move, then another, and all of a sudden, this team ain't half bad.
The Mavericks made a clear statement on draft night. They're going for it.
Draft night has arrived, and the Dallas Mavericks could actually find an impact player this year. It has been awhile since the Mavs found a strong contributor in the draft, but since they are picking at 17, they need to get this right.
With all the pitchers going on the disabled list for the Rangers, they really needed the two guys left to step up. They did.
Maybe we got it wrong, maybe when we heard the "Big Three" of the Miami Heat claim, "Not 1, not 2, not 3, championships," maybe all along it was none. Because if the Thunder is the new dynasty everyone believes they are, then the Heat won't be winning for a long time.
Texoma is always well represented when it comes to softball. Seems there is always at least one team going to state. This year will be no different.
So with the news of the Big 12-SEC bowl game merger, the thought came to me.
As the NFL playoffs get set to begin this weekend, absent again are your Dallas Cowboys, and for good reason.
The City of Dallas and the Mavericks have finished their plans for the parade. Here's the release:
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