According to a report, a pair of candidates have emerged for the Detroit Lions offensive coordinator vacancy.
Alex Marvez is reporting that a source of his has said both Steve Sarkisian and Nate Hackett are in the mix.
Source tells me it appears Steve Sarkisian & Nate Hackett are in mix for @lions offensive coordinator vacancy
— Alex Marvez (@alexmarvez) January 10, 2019
Nation, how do you feel about these candidates?
Baseball is a Bum’s Game – Bruggy Part 1
Baseball is an American institution. It is one the oldest games of our nation and is woven into the very fabric of our history. In fact, it’s so ingrained into who we are as Americans, some believe it’ll be one of the lasting impacts on the history of humanity millennia from now. Writer Gerald Early once said, “I think there are three things that America will be known for 2,000 years from now when they study this civilization: the Constitution, jazz music, and baseball. They’re the three most beautifully designed things this culture has ever produced.” In short, Baseball is American’s pastime.
Growing up a baseball fan means two things for boys and girls in America: one, you pick a team and you follow them religiously; second, you watched and fell in love with the movie “The Sandlot.” I was no different. My parents always tell me that from the moment I could hold onto things I was carrying a ball around. Sports have been and continue to be my life, and baseball has always been my first love. And yes, “The Sandlot” is one of my all-time favorite movies, that still holds up even a quarter of a century after its release.
I mean who didn’t love and worship Benny “The Jet” Rodriguez? And who’s first crush wasn’t Wendy Peffercorn— everyone knows they were jealous of Squints when he got that first kiss after pretending to drown. But, even for all its greatness, “The Sandlot” has one quote that spans the centuries, a quote that could be written on the epitaph of only a few men. On the night before he challenges “The Beast,” Benny “the Jet” has a revelation. Babe Ruth comes walking through his closet door and talks to him about his predicament— a predicament that has the Babe’s name written all over it. Before he walks back into the closet and into the memories of all baseball fans forever, the Babe turns to Benny and says, “Remember kid, there’s heroes and there’s legends. Heroes get remembered, but legends never die. Follow your heart kid, and you can never go wrong.”
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