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United Football League suspends operation until spring


(courtesy of UFL)

The UFL is struggling and has postponed the second half of its season until the spring.

The United Football League teams are in Omaha, Nebraska; Sacramento, California; Las Vegas, Nevada and Norfolk, Virginia.

The league plans on returning to a fall schedule in 2013.

As of this past week, coaches and players have not been paid. Players earn $3,500 a game.

The UFL said that its priority is to pay coaches, players and support staff. The league did not have enough money to cover workmen’s compensation insurance and other bills.

League founder and chairman William Hambrecht said that each team has played four of the eight regularly-scheduled games. The remaining games and the championship game will be played in the spring.

The league was founded in 2007 and its inaugural season was 2009.


Info compiled from the United Football League

Bob Boozer, former Olympian, NBA star dies at age 75


Boozer started his career with the Royals (courtesy of Sacramento Kings via wikipedia commons)

Bob Boozer, a member of the dominating and talented 1960 U.S. Olympic team who went on to be a star in the NBA, died at age 75 of a brain aneurysm over the weekend in Omaha, Nebraska.

Boozer played with Jerry West, Oscar Robertson and Jerry Lucas on the gold-medal winning 1960 Olympic team and went on to average 14.8 points and 8.1 rebounds for six NBA teams which included the Cincinnati Royals, New York Knicks, Los Angeles Lakers, Chicago Bulls, Seattle Supersonics and the Milwaukee Bucks.

Boozer was an All-American at Kansas State in 1958 and 1959 before playing 11 years in the NBA after the Cincinnati Royals drafted him #1 overall.

Boozer, who was 6’8, 215-pounds, and a forward, retired after his team, the Milwaukee Bucks won the 1971 NBA championship.


Info compiled from NBA, Radio, TV

RB Ahman Green has retired as a Green Bay Packer


Ahman Green in August 2003 (photo by Jeramey Jannene via wikipedia commons)

Ahman Green has decided to retire from the NFL as a Green Bay Packers player.

Green, the franchise’s all-time leading rusher, made his retirement announcement official at Lambeau Field on Thursday night.

Green will not be away from the game completely.

The 34-year-old native of Omaha, Nebraska and Nebraska Cornhuskers star will be a sideline analyst for the Big Ten network this season. He also will be doing some volunteer high school coaching this fall in the Green Bay, Wisconsin area.

Green played last season in the United Football League for his hometown Omaha Nighthawks.


Info compiled from staff, Radio & TV news

2011 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES: South Carolina beats Florida in Game 1


(courtesy of NCAA)

With their 2-1 win on Monday night against the Florida Gators, the South Carolina Gamecocks won their 15th consecutive NCAA Tournament game and 10th in a row in the College World Series, both tied for the longest streaks all-time.

Christian Walker, cleared to play with a broken wrist a half-hour before the game, scored from first base on two throwing errors in the 11th inning and defending baseball champion South Carolina won game 1 in Omaha, Nebraska.

The 54-14 Gamecocks played well defensively, throwing out two runners at home plate in the bottom of the ninth and one in the 10th to give them a chance for the win.

John Taylor (8-1) was the winning pitcher, and Matt Price notched his 19th save.

Nick Maronde (0-1) took the loss for Florida (53-18).


compiled from staff, NCAA, South Carolina & Florida athletics

Omaha changes minor league name from Royals to Storm Chasers

(courtesy of Omaha Storm Chasers via wikipedia commons)

Omaha, Nebraska’s minor league team, known as the Royals for most of the franchise’s history, will now be known as the Omaha Storm Chasers.

The name change comes as the team moves into it’s new baseball park, 6,000-seat Werner Park in the southwest suburbs of the city.

The team has always been the Triple-A affiliate of the Kansas City Royals.

compiled from Omaha Storm Chasers & Kansas City Royals news

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