Monthly Archives: October 2014

Post-NCAA Stress Disorder

In the spirit of the World Series, I have been thinking about my own college softball experience this week. I played softball at Bellarmine University for four years that I would relive over and over again if I could. Even as an underclassman, I knew I needed to bust my ass because my time I had left playing softball competitively was running out. I played in my first t-ball league at three years old. Competing at the college level is the goal of many athletes throughout their entire lives, but, in reality, it is just the home stretch toward retirement for the vast majority of us. Continue reading

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The Art of Horse Race Betting

In honor of voyaging down to Keeneland for the first time this weekend, I am trying to do a little research on the art of horse race betting. This will only be my second time at a race track (embarrassing for someone who lived in Louisville for four years, I understand). So, just like I will need to condition my tolerance for a day of drinking, I need to condition my brain to lose the least amount of money as possible, maybe even come out on top, with a little luck. Continue reading

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