Redman’s Ramblings: Sports, family and hope.
I don’t think anyone thought the Loyola men’s basketball team would make a run to the Final Four this year. Heck, I was just happy to get the opportunity to go to the tournament. But I’m so amazed at what this team was able to accomplish this year.
Sister Dolores Jean Schmidt is a saint, literally. All of Loyola’s campus has known this for years, but now with Loyola’s Cinderella run to the Sweet 16, the whole country knows it, too. Plus if you ask her, she’ll say she’s known internationally as well.
Athletes’ opinions on what’s happening in the world matters. I’ve written about this topic before when NFL players were receiving backlash for kneeling during the national anthem, and yet again athletes have been attacked for their views.
Redman’s Ramblings: While the Winter Olympics may not be as popular as the Summer Olympics, that doesn’t mean they’re not as fun.
Redman’s Ramblings: For the Cleveland Indians, it was time to retire The Chief.
If the Ramblers win the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) tournament in March, it won’t matter. But, if the team can’t finish the job in St. Louis, will they be able to sneak into the big dance?
Sports editor Henry Redman shares his thoughts on the latest sports news.