Focus on retro

There’s still backlash after ESPN’s “Maya cam” last night. Berry Tramel said the split screen made a mockery of the UConn-OU game.

Hoopfeed has a fantastic slideshow and story on last night’s big Baylor-Texas A&M matchup. Kim Mulkey is worth the entertainment dollar, and more.

Leta Andrews – the Texas high school coach who broke the national record for wins two months ago – isn’t going to retire anytime soon. Andrews, 73, is in her 49th year as coach at Granbury High School.

“I’m not ready to turn this over to these younger coaches,” Andrews told her husband recently. “They just don’t demand enough.”


Check out number 18 on this “defining moments in Los Angeles basketball” list: Cheryl Miller and Lisa Leslie each score 100 points in a high school game.


  1. from what i'd originally heard the maya/britney cam was supposed to be used on only. but apparently a 29 point half time lead caused the powers that be to try to liven up the game by dropping in the split screen.

    it sucked. it was distracting. they used it on the baylor game as well; but not too much and not for too long at a time. but still, i wanted to see the 'real' game.


    p.s. CONGRATS TO DEE!!!!