Surely, you're joking.
Thanks for the update, BG. That's the way I remembered it.
You mean besides Chic Harley?
The carry, or palming the ball stopped being called 20+ years ago in the NBA in order to create more spectacular plays. Very few players could make those plays without palming the ball. The last of those select few was Isaiah Thomas. The non-call trickled down to college, and then to high school, to what we see today.
Agreed. Puka! Puka!
Thanks, Aloiya. Your writing skills are right up there with your medical skills. Did you minor in English?
Bob White played for Covington Holmes High School, and graduated in the class of 1956.
Great job Remy, on Chuck Csuri and the '42 team.
Thanks for displaying my old uniform. (LOL).
How can I upvote Annie Apple?
Remy, I was sure my memory didn't fail me. Bob White was born in Portsmouth, but moved to Covington, KY, and played his high school football in Covington. I remembered he was always referred to as being from Covington. Ref: databaseFootball.com. I would post the link but, I don't know how.
By the way, I really appreciate this series you are doing. Brings back a lot of old memories.
Well said. I would give you more upvotes if I could.
Chambers Bay. A pathetic golf course for a U.S. Open.
I thought you quit.
Is this Boise's version of Hineygate?
Bob White was from Covington, KY.
Right on, JP.
Nice contribution, BUN. Well said. I'm also up north, and completely understand your explanation.
I'll wait to see what Phil Steele has to say.
Great job, Michael. Especially appreciate your introductory section. Shades of Grantland Rice.
Nice job, Nicholas. Very well laid out, and well written.
"Much ado about nothing."
Great job, Remy.