Backstory Four summers ago I found myself in a very interesting situation. The equine love of my life, a 16 hand sorrel tobiano paint, was no longer healthy enough to be my pride and joy when it came to riding. My "old man" as I like to refer to him, has packed me on his... Continue Reading →
So you want to run in the PRCA? You want to become a superstar at the National Finals Rodeo or win a million dollars on the top circuits? First you have to become a professional and then you have to qualify; let me explain how all of this happens. Note #1: If the rodeo is sanctioned... Continue Reading →
This weekend I judged a rodeo queen pageant, something that I am relatively new too. Being a rodeo queen judge is interesting because you have to look as nice as the contestants, you have to know more than the contestants about general knowledgeable items, and you have to be able to keep an open mind... Continue Reading →
#PleaseAllowMeToIntroduce to you The Loupe Family of Thibodeaux, Louisiana. Looking back on 2014 I want to take the time to do my first introduction of the quirky, hospitable and lovable family that my family had the great pleasure to meet when we went to New Orleans, Louisiana to finally see the South that we have... Continue Reading →
The Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association is organized in a slightly complicated fashion into circuits and tours that can be very confusing to those who have no idea about the road to the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. I would like to dedicate and entire blog to the circuits, tours, finals, and qualifying for those of you... Continue Reading →
Interesting concept – I know that a lot of the managers are die hard players that never got their shot for a collegiate opportunity. I am sure this was the highlight of these twins’ young lives!
Marquette’s roster has been depleted ever since John Dawson and Deonte Burton decided to transfer out of the program.
Even with Luke Fischer getting eligible in December, Marquette has just eight scholarship players available and nine that will dress for practice.
And while Steve Wojciechowski has one of the most talented staffs in the country — Wojo, Travis Diener, Chris Carrawell, Tyler Thornton, Brett Nelson and Justin Gainey are all on staff, making for some mean pickup games — it’s really hard to run a college practice without having enough guys on the roster to play 5-on-5.
So the Golden Eagles tapped into the women’s basketball team for help. Michael and Matthew Mache, 6-foot-5 twins that played their AAU ball for the Mac Irvin Fire, suited up for the first time when the Golden Eagles beat Providence. They had spent the last two-and-a-half seasons working as managers for the women’s…
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#PleaseAllowMeToIntroduce This hashtag is not something that I can take credit for, it is the by product of bouncing ideas off of a co-worker. One day at work, talking about the possibility of a blog (because keeping this anonymous is pertinent to me), my co-worker said that she and her friends in North Carolina had... Continue Reading →
Nothing... and I mean NOTHING is more frustrating than, yes, CHAPSTICK, of all things. It's such an essential product yet it is absolutely infuriating!
The first relationship we will address is the one with your Hufe. Your hufe is a word derived from the first two letters of "husband" and the last two letters of "wife". This is the person that all of your hopeless romantic dreams are about. That one person who you cannot wait to have step... Continue Reading →