The kids went to Kings Island last week and high-rolling Jake decided to plop down five bucks to spin a prize wheel. It was a good investment; he won a free pass to the front of the line on the Diamondback, avoiding a 90-minute wait. He said the roller coaster was “awesome,” unlike Bronson Arroyo and those other Diamondbacks.
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Knucklehead of the Week
Doug Wojcik is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and the College of Charleston men’s basketball coach is in hot water for being a little too enthusiastic with his sailor’s vocabulary. A scathing 50-page report released last week outlines how Wojcik verbally abused his players and even made physical threats. I’m all for challenging athletes, but it sounds like this guy crossed the line. One parent even referred to him as “Mike Rice,” the former Rutgers coach who is the poster child for Coaches Gone Wild.