Todd: Well, the Rams are the defending Class B state champs, while the Pats are a big hot mess. I’m looking for any excuse to avoid talking about that debacle in Kansas City. So here are some other thoughts on my mind…
WCSH channel 6 popular broadcaster Bruce Glasier has passed away. Bruce's style doing the sports report was a mixture of dry humor, information and a humbleness. Bruce was a cornerstone with WCSH for 35 years, doing the sportscast from 1977 until he retired in 2012.
The group in favor of a referendum on this November's ballot to ban baiting, trapping and using dogs to hunt bears in Maine has filed a lawsuit against the state Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife alleging the agency is illegally using public money to oppose the referendum.
Todd: It’s been said many times, but sports is the toy department of our lives. It’s the final two minutes jammed in at the end of your local newscast (if there’s time). During our leisure time we watch a game or two so we can be entertained, much as we do when viewing a movie or TV show.
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