‘Joe Knows’

  • Joe Cuneo

    Joe Knows

    May 1, 13 • 475 Views • Joe Knows, SportsNo Comments

    by Part of the beauty of college sports is the anonymity; on any given day, we can pass Gannon’s best athletes on campus or in class without even knowing it. What sets them apart as big men or women on campus is what they do wearing the Gannon uniform. So...

  • Joe Cuneo

    Joe Knows

    Apr 24, 13 • 520 Views • Joe Knows, SportsNo Comments

    by Cleve Wright seldom backs down from a challenge. His Gannon teams played the same way. Many Gannon University women’s basketball backers will remember Wright for the banners that decorate the Hammermill Center. There were many. But I’ll remember Wright...

  • Joe Cuneo

    Joe Knows

    Apr 17, 13 • 169 Views • Joe Knows, SportsNo Comments

    by Consider one broken collarbone, an eight-game suspension and a couple of one-game suspensions to be enough damage from Friday’s Dodgers-Padres brawl. Let’s not make baseball’s credibility another casualty by being overzealous in disciplining just...

  • Joe Cuneo

    Joe Knows

    Apr 10, 13 • 178 Views • Joe Knows, SportsNo Comments

    by Tiger Woods enters Thursday’s Masters tournament as the favorite to win with 5-2 odds despite having not won a major since 2008. But the real number Las Vegas oddsmakers should be focusing on this week is the over-under on how many strokes Tiger will win...

  • Joe Cuneo

    Joe Knows

    Mar 20, 13 • 166 Views • Joe Knows, SportsNo Comments

    by Kudos to Mark Richard, Dan Teliski and everyone in the Gannon athletics department who made the Atlantic Regional a smashing success this weekend at the Hammermill Center. Coaches and players couldn’t stop raving about the red carpet treatment they...

  • Joe Cuneo

    Joe Knows

    Feb 27, 13 • 186 Views • Joe Knows, SportsNo Comments

    by While the inevitable break-up of the Big East doesn’t rival that of the Beatles in 1970, it seems like only yesterday that its problems were so far away. On Saturday, the conference took one step closer to its self-inflicted obsolescence when...

  • Joe Cuneo

    Joe Knows

    Feb 20, 13 • 164 Views • Joe Knows, SportsNo Comments

    by Residents of Goodyear, Ariz., may have been surprised last week when a group of high-profile sluggers and recognizable names disguised as Cleveland Indians descended at the Tribe’s spring training facility. And while a mirage in the desert isn’t an...

  • Joe Cuneo

    Joe Knows

    Feb 14, 13 • 146 Views • Joe Knows, SportsNo Comments

    by Don’t break out the cheesehead yet, but what was as icy cold as a playoff game at Lambeau Field five years ago might finally be showing the first signs of thawing. The Green Bay Packers and Brett Favre are in a position to reunite and finally let bygones...

  • Joe Cuneo

    Joe Knows

    Feb 6, 13 • 196 Views • Joe Knows, SportsNo Comments

    by OK, enough football. Enough Harbaugh brothers. Enough Ray Lewis and Colin Kapernick. Enough pistol formation, power outage and bad commercials. Heck, they weren’t even the most interesting storylines of last week. In case you haven’t noticed, and...

  • Joe Cuneo

    Joe Knows

    Jan 30, 13 • 182 Views • Joe Knows, SportsNo Comments

    by When faced with a situation in which I have to decide whether to fish or cut bait, I subscribe to theory put forth by the patriarch of the Harrison family of Pawn Stars fame. A matter-of-fact 71-year-old with a sharp tongue, the “Old Man,” as he is...