It seems that Elite Series rookie Jason Christie has been in the right place at the right time — two weeks in a row.
Don Barone catches up with University at Buffalo starting offensive lineman Andre Davis and Head Football Coach Jeff Quinn, a man who lives by what he calls the five “Fs” — Faith, Family, Football, Fun ... and Fishing.
Aaron Martens thinks it would be "cooler" if he won the Mississippi River Rumble, rather than his friend Todd Faircloth. They top the leaderboard, with Faircloth leading by 7 ounces.
According to B.A.S.S. writer Don Barone, Elite Series pro Britt Myers is a scrappy angler, one who truly believes that failure is not an option even in the face of failure...
"This is the moment! This is the day, When I send all my doubts and demons On their way … " Dateline: Ding … Enough with the hoopla. Enough, ALREADY, with the jacket and tie stuff. Your chicken dinner banquets are over. All that is left is the headlight lit darkened launch ramp, tomorrow's sunrise, the national anthem and then just this: 06:59:58. 06:59:59 Go.
In college football, a coach usually gets a four-year pass. The new B.A.S.S. owners are starting their second season, and Jerry McKinnis gives a State of B.A.S.S. Address.
“Doesn't matter if you get knocked down, what matters is if you get up.”
Chasing your dream is a whole lot more gratifying than having your dreams chase you at 3:19 a.m.
Passion will take you a long way in sport, from football to fishing.
I titled this one “Help yourself” because I think that’s something we should all do.