Sometimes good does come out of bad and in the case of the James Volpe Foundation, the tragic death of a teen-age student-athlete has been turned into a positive that has helped many individuals and organizations.
A subject of considerable discussion among my group of old-timers is the demise of the three-sport athlete who is being killed by over-bearing and selfish coaches and parents whose vision is being clouded by dreams of scholarships and dollars.
I would imagine more than a few people had similar reactions to Rutgers naming of Julie Hermann as the school’s new athletic director Wednesday by saying or thinking “men have screwed things up enough there…its time for a woman to clean up the mess.”
Let’s bounce around a bit this morning but let me first say I was invited by Seaside Heights Mayor Bill Akers to meet Prince Harry yesterday but gave my spot to someone else. I’m in the company of royalty on a regular basis anyway.
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