Reflections of 2010…

There are only 4 hours remaining in 2010! This year has gone by sooooo fast. I still can’t believe that I managed to get this blog up and rolling. Believe me this was NOT on my 2010 to do list. But I have to say I am so happy that I started I have to admit I am still a rookie blogger, and I am still trying to figure out how to get more traffic to this site. In the meantime I am going to enjoy this accomplishment and wait ’til next year (tomorrow) to figure out my 2011 game plan.

But before I go…here’s a quick look down memory lane of some 2010’s hottest sports headlines.

1. LeBron’s “The Decision” (need I say more)
2. 2010 Olympics in Vancover – Canada wins the gold on its home ice
3. Who Dat Nation wins the Super Bowl – Drew Brees becomes a Saint (jk)
4. Butler Bulldogs almost won the 2010 NCAA National Championship in the Hooiser state (oh so close)
5. UConn women’s basketball team sets a 90 game win streak record – Surpasses John Wooden’s UCLA team (please don’t compare Geno and John – two different coaches and two different eras)
6. Giants win the pennant
7. LA Lakers win the title
(again), and Celtics lose it in the end
8. Michael Vick returns to the NFL in MVP form
9. Natalie Randolph becomes the first female to coach a high school football team – I want to see more barriers broken in 2011
10. Brett Favre gets exposed (not in a good way) – Is this the end of the road?
11. Jamaican Dogsled team completes the Alaskan Iditarod
12. Tiger Woods gets exposed (again, not in a good way) – Will Tiger return to the glory days in 2011?
13. Cam Newton wins the Heisman (and avoids being declared ineligible) Can you say NFL superstar?
14. Nancy Lieberman becomes the first woman to be the head coach of a men’s professional sports team (next stop the NBA) 
Are we finally ready for women in NCAA football and the NFL? 
15. South Africa hosted the World Cup – I can’t wait until Africa hosts the Olympics!
16. I Want to Be An Owner is launched! — And the Dream of professional sports ownership continues in 2011!!!

Goodbye 2010! Thanks for the memories!

Good Night Sports Fans & Happy New Year!


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