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The Where & Why of Frattin and Kadri's Production In The Early Going

Dallas Stars Daily Links: Stars Not The Only Team Bringing In Veterans

Several teams around the NHL have signed older players to help compliment and mentor a younger core and other news and notes from around the NHL.

Husker Youth Movement Shows A Positive Future - But Is The Future Now?

Nebraska's first-year players are contributing to the team's offense. Is it time to give them more playing time, more experience and see what happens?

Nebraska vs Baylor - Postgame Overreaction: Positivity Ain't That Hard To Find!

Nebraska beats Baylor, yet there's still unhappiness. Why? We explore.

We didn't realize what happened, how we got too young too early too fast. We got rid of veterans...

We didn't realize what happened, how we got too young too early too fast. We got rid of veterans every year, and we're bringing in kids. We kept getting draft picks. We kept acquiring projects... Eventually when you have enough projects, you live in the 'hood.

-- Gilbert Arenas talks about the Washington Warriors, but also provides some words to think about for the Golden State Warriors. [via Bullets Forever]

With Very Important Eyes watching, Sox start youth movement

CBS's Scott Miller pens an article on the White Sox Youth Movement™, and peppers in some quotes from Ken Williams. Normally, I'd just pull the most interesting Williams' quote, but I can't tell which quotes are fresh and which are stale and used to frame the story Miller is trying to tell. Read, and decide for yourself.

Morning Coffee Is #1 For One More Week

News and notes on Texas Longhorns athletics, including the football team's upcoming showdown in Lubbock with Texas Tech.

Parrish a Baby Islander

Former Islander Mark Parrish has signed a 25-game, minor league tryout with the organization, throwing another old vet into the club's stated youth movement.

"He knows where he’s at in his career," Herm Edwards said of Surtain. "He knows eventually he’s g...

"He knows where he’s at in his career," Herm Edwards said of Surtain. "He knows eventually he’s going to turn the torch over to these guys. That’s what the good pros do. They know when their time is coming. They start working to help getting the young guys ready to play." That’s the curse of an older player who survives a massive veteran purge. He becomes a resource for the younger players.

www.kansascity.com | 08/12/2008 | Aging Surtain battling against Chiefs’ youth movement
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