Local news for Sept. 2, 2011
Continuing my look at the legendary sports venues of the Ville, I turn my attention to Cardinal Stadium.
The Paul Hornung award is marking itself as one of the most prestigious in college football today, and a new local business sponsorship should only make that stronger.
Well, in the sports world it's now undeniable that ESPN is indeed ready for some football; and so am I. But, what about local high school football? What contests are looking interesting heading into this season?
It's been three years since Pleasure Ridge Park High sophomore Max Gilpin died after suffering severe heatstroke at an August football practice. Here's how his parents remember him - and that day.
Now comes that all important time in the NFL when teams look to the free-agent wire, this is good news for several Cards and Cats.
Well, the sports world's attention has turned once again to the football pre-season, as high schools and colleges in the area start suiting up for practice.
Today's Sports legend of the Ville comes from the golden age of the grid iron- a story that the athlete didn't expect but excelled in just the same.
Will Wolford has been a legend everywhere he's gone, but for him it all goes back to his hometown, and that's why he's today's Sports legend of the Ville.
Our sports legends of the Ville today looks at a coach with four superbowl rings and a strong connection to the Derby City.
Today Sports Legends of the Ville looks at a coach that's been a part of several hall of fame caliber football teams including the only NFL team to reach "the perfect season."
Saturday morning quarterbacks welcome