And that's a wrap. Mike Price's exit from the UTEP program was much more low-key than his entrance, as the Miners dropped a 33-24 game to the Rice Owls to finish their 2012 season at 3-9. Price talked about the game, his career, and the challenges that face the next coach, mentioning that El Paso doesn't get nearly the respect it deserves. Price cracked that El Paso was a bit like Kuwait -- alone
A cold wind blows across a porch in Couer d'Alene, ID. The tall pines in the snowy mountains above stand vigil in dress whites sharp enough to put a Navy man to shame. But there is no light inside the house, no fire in its hearth. It sits empty, its owner still enamored of a warm desert breeze near another international border, still friends with the man who would fire him, still positive about th
UTEP Director of Athletics Bob Stull called it one of the hardest things he's ever done: accepting -- if not forcing -- the resignation of his friend, Miners head coach Mike Price. Talking about what Price has to elevate the program, Stull also talked about what he'll look for in the next UTEP head coach.
Baseball fans were surprised on Friday by the announcement that former New York Yankees’ pitcher Andy Pettitte, who retired last year, would be returning to the team on a one-year contract, even though he’s coming up on his 40th birthday in the spring. However, Pettitte isn’t the first player who left the game only to return.
Sadly, today is Courtney Nelson's last day here at 600 ESPN El Paso. He's moving on to other tasks (Mr. Mom) in another city. We wish Courtney all the best with everything he does, and we know he'll be incredible at them!
In the midst of a sex scandal that has consumed Penn State University, legendary head coach Joe Paterno will reportedly announce his retirement on Wednesday. His retirement would take effect at the end of the season.
Well, that was fast.
After retiring this spring rather than serve a 100-game suspension for violating Major League Baseball’s drog policy, Manny Ramirez says now that he wants to return to the game and face his punishment. He plans to seek a formal reinstatement.
With all of of the hectic free agent activity in the NFL the last week, one name absent from the list has been Randy Moss. Apparently, the offers were not enticing enough to bring Moss back for another season, and the 13-year veteran announced his retirement today.
Since the NFL season will be signed, sealed, and delivered in a few hours, all the of the talk will focus around training camps, free agency, and trades. That means the annual Brett Favre coming out of retirement rumors are under way.