It's Friday and the Italy trip is winding down in a most successful manner.
There were more than bad-spelling Buckeyes at practice yesterday. Viva Italia!
Tim Haraway Jr just hit his 3rd three of the night for the Hawks, and has scored 15 points through the 3rd Qtr of Game 5 of Hawks vs Wizards. He has been playing well through the series and final weeks of the regular season, putting up 15 in a Game 4 win and 19 in a Game 2 loss. He also broke 20 three games in a row late in the regular season as the Hawks fought for playoff seeding.
Timmy Jr even got some run guarding John Wall in the first half, and it was not a total disaster. THJ is struggling to guard Bradley Beal however, and the Hawks have bumped him down to the 3 spot for streches to hide him on Kelly Oubre/Otto Porter for the Wiz. Still, good to see THJ hold down a starting spot on a playoff team in the league.
FWIW Trey remains buried on the bench for the Wizards in this series.
It looks like the new Drupal site is going to be amazing, except I get "access denied" everywhere I look. To my great surprise, the "create content" link still works for me, so although I can't see if anyone else has already started a similar thread (SIAP!), I'm just putting this out there. I miss my mgoblog on a Monday morning.
Seen this on the web today, kinda silly, but they are Alums (as far as I know). Searched the site and didn't see it posted. Weird commercial, but Scott's hard hat was pretty cool. Thought I would share.
Happy soccer Sunday to my fellow fans out there!
Man City and Arsenal are currently 1-1 in OT in the FA Cup. Love hearing Martin Tyler call a game. For me, him and Ian Darke are the two voices of international soccer.
When I read about the team being in Rome, my focus immediately went to food. I visited Rome while I was in high school and loved every meal. So that got me thinking: if I had to pick a last meal, what would it be? This is such a difficult question for me. I love food and eating, and picking just one meal is like picking a favorite child. Ask me the same thing tomorrow, and it would be a completely different meal. But if I had to choose my last meal today, it would be a really well-made caesar salad, spaghetti and meatballs made with beef, pork, and veal (the meatball triumvirate), and for dessert, moist chocolate cake with chocolate frosting and a big glass of milk.
What's your last meal?