My mother-in-law may be gone, but her spirit lives on in her renovated Indiana farmhouse.
The class of 1965 has blended into one homogeneous group of senior citizens.
In the event of a windfall, charity begins at home.
If they go back far enough, every family has immigration stories.
Whether he is behind the wheel of his Sunday stock car or at the helm of one of his 14 businesses, the foul-mouthed bad-body driver-turned-motorsports mogul only knows how to do one thing: win.
Sure, Indy’s new $500 million field of dreams will keep the Colts here. But there’s no guarantee the investment will deliver the ultimate payoff: a Super Bowl.
As a player and coach, Tony Dungy has made the best out of bad situations throughout his 25 years in the NFL. No one doubts his character, but everyone will be looking to see whether this good guy can lead the Colts to a winning season.
Somewhere between the acclaim (the Colts savior) and the accusations (a coach who can’t produce a winner) lives the real Jim Mora.