College Basketball, Golf and Baseball Reporter, New Jersey Star-Ledger
Sports writer for the Newark Star-Ledger, covering college hoops, golf and baseball. Sometimes I tweet about food, drinks, movies and stuff I see in Hoboken.
nj.com — BETHESDA, Md. - The human brain can face grave damage when a person's core temperature reaches 105 degrees Fahrenheit. On a Saturday afternoon in 1964, when Ken Venturi made the walk up the hill from the 18th green toward the massive clubhouse at Congressional Country Club and into the locker room, his temperature was 106 degrees.
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