DETROIT – I met with George Blaha recently to interview him about the medical ordeal he’s been through recently. Instead, he began our conversation by asking all about me. Blaha is as advertised.
He shared that he learned that winning talks and that’s what gets people to pay attention. I think the biggest thing I learned is that the League, the media, nobody will care until you’re winning,” he told Deyscha Smith. I could feel bad for myself all I want about [how] people didn’t respect or appreciate the season I had, or anything, but I didn’t win a lot of games.
Country star Mickey Gilley, whose namesake Texas honky-tonk inspired the 1980 film "Urban Cowboy" and a nationwide wave of Western-themed nightspots, has died. He was 86.