Puttin’ on the Ritz

Quickly, just before I get gussied up for the CAA banquet:

From Practice:

Hofstra: Loren Stokes walked. And not in the “moved his pivot foot” way. There was no limp. He rode a bike. He received treatment. He shot free throws. Status? Charlie Steiner.

Towson: Gary Neal walked. And it was a couple of times in the “moved his pivot foot” way. Quick, give me your best Poltergeist line…or Nicholson in The Shining.

Old Dominion: Intense.

UNCW: Focused.

George Mason: Loose.

The Coliseum: Didn’t smell. Looked brighter. Huge sign at the Sixth Street entrance.

Guest Appearances: John Feinstein, Yoni Cohen, Kyle Whelliston, Dick Weiss.

Best Locker Room: the officials. You should see the RV that was trucked in to serve as the Officials Lounge. As one astute observer mentioned: “I’ve never seen your house, but it’s nicer than your house.” (Insert your “getaway car” joke here…)


I was bound by secrecy to not reveal the POY, COY, and All CAA teams until after the banquet began tonight. This, I will tell you:

I completely disagree with the choice for player of the year.

I nailed 14 of the 15 players on the three All CAA teams, documented on CAA Zone.


~ by mglitos on March 2, 2006.

One Response to “Puttin’ on the Ritz”

  1. Hey Mike,

    ODU isn’t afraid to practice hard?!?!?!?!?!

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