One thing has never changed. And that’s the feeling of scoring a goal. No matter where I’m playing or how old I am, that’s the moment I’ve lived for for 20 years.
My dad sat me down when I was eight years old and told me, “You’re gonna be a catcher.” I immediately started crying. I wanted to be a third baseman. He said, “You can cry as much as you want,…
Do you remember the lunch rush at McDonald’s? Just two years before the Rio Olympics, you were a 21-year-old college dropout, bagging fries.
I know I belong. I got my family by my side. What is there to lose?
We met up with Bryz at a Mediterranean restaurant (his choice) near where he calls home in New Jersey for a no-nonsense Q&A session.
The kid who hit me fell on top of me, and we slid toward the boards. It wasn’t in slow motion or anything like that, but I knew it wasn’t going to be good.
Astros fans, I’m here to tell you: It’s going to be a special year. Mark it down. I can already tell.
No matter what happens next, I know I’ll never experience something as special as being a Tar Heel.
It’s easy to say that there’s nothing like college football … because it’s true. There isn’t. But those words mean different things to different people.
You’ve spent your whole life giving me the support I needed to achieve my dreams. Someday soon, I promise you, I’m going to help you live yours.
I ran track, played soccer, drew pictures and was pretty good at playing a few instruments. My mom was my biggest cheerleader, always trying to motivate me and making sure I never got complacent.
The University of Florida has changed my life. And I don’t mean that in the cliché way. I mean every single syllable of it.