Norris Cole Blog Posts

What's next for Norris on Coronation Street?

(This post was originally posted by Flaming Nora on the Coronation Street Blog November 2015, reposted to this blog with permission.) Now that Emily has left (let's hope, temporarily) and gone to Peru, what's to become of Norris? He's on his own n...
by Bluenose Corrie Blog on Jan 15, 2016

Celebrating 40 years of Bohemian Rhapsody, Corrie-style

(This post was originally posted by Flaming Nora on the Coronation Street Blog October 2015, reposted to this blog with permission.) Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody celebrates its 40th birthday tomorrow, Saturday 31 October, 2015. A sprawling, six-min...
by Bluenose Corrie Blog on Oct 31, 2015

Pelicans sign Norris Cole to one-year qualifying offer

Norris Cole has signed a $3.03 million, one-year qualifying offer with the New Orleans Pelicans.The deal, which will have a no-trade clause, sets the stage for the 6-foot-2 Cole to become an unrestricted free agent after this season.The 26-year-old g...
by POWCAST.NET Sports Blog on Sep 16, 2015

Who would you choose as your Corrie Butler?

(This post was originally posted by Flaming Nora on the Coronation Street Blog March 2015, reposted to this blog with permission.) It's the Butler Auction next week on Coronation Street and as this picture below shows... ...the look of horror on...
by Bluenose Corrie Blog on Apr 8, 2015

I want mo' Mo on Corrie

(This post was originally posted by Tvor on the Coronation Street Blog in November 2014.) Let me establish right away that I'm not nor never have been a Norris Cole fan. He's mean, nasty, petulant, petty, gossipy and I don't find him funny. He does...
by Bluenose Corrie Blog on Nov 28, 2014

Norris and Mary - characters or caricatures?

(This post was originally posted by Ruth Owen on the Coronation Street Blog in July 2014.) To begin with, Norris - is he a true character or just a caricature? Well, some of his reactions are what might be called and understood as 'typical' Norris,...
by Bluenose Corrie Blog on Aug 11, 2014

The NBA: The End of an Era?

Is this the end of their partnership after going 2-2 in the Finals?They came together 4 summers ago to conquer the basketball world together. They shocked a lot of people with their decision. They celebrated with their fans before the season started...
by Hoop Nut on Jun 22, 2014

No more nasty Norris?

(This post was originally posted by Chewy on the Coronation Street Blog in January 2013.) A year or so I wrote a blog post about how it seemed that Norris had gone from being a comedic busybody to a nasty piece of work.I've noticed lately that we f...
by Bluenose Corrie Blog on Feb 7, 2014

Indiana Steals Game 2 from Miami, 97-93

MIAMI – If Miami made one more “winning” play in Game 1, as LeBron James put it, then Indiana made two in Game 2. In a contest that featured a number of offensive runs by both teams, and some spectacular plays by the stars, it came down to...
by Outside the Redzone on May 25, 2013

Heat vs Pacers: Eastern Conference Finals Preview

The Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers have to wait no more before they tip off their Eastern Conference Finals best-of-seven series. Pundits feel the Pacers stand the greatest chance of dethroning the defending champion Heat, but most of them are still p...
by Outside the Redzone on May 22, 2013

Miami Survives Game 5, Advances to Conference Finals

MIAMI – The Miami Heat opened Game 5 of their Eastern Conference Semifinal with the Chicago Bulls with such precision that is was hard to imagine an outcome other than one similar to the Game 2 blowout. Chicago, though, had other plans. The Bul...
by Outside the Redzone on May 16, 2013

Miami Stifles Chicago in Game 4

CHICAGO – Game 4 stood as a proverbial fork in the road for this Eastern Conference Semifinal series, and Chicago had the hope of turning the narrative down the path whispering “upset”. Miami, though, shifted the defense into high-gear in t...
by Outside the Redzone on May 14, 2013

Miami Outlasts Chicago to Take Game 3

CHICAGO – Coming off a game that featured 51 personal fouls, nine technical fouls, two flagrant fouls and a pair of ejections, the Miami Heat entered the Madhouse on Madison knowing it would closer to a gladiatorial bout than an actual free-flo...
by Outside the Redzone on May 11, 2013

NBA Playoff Rundown (May 10th)

There were two playoff games in the NBA on Friday night after a day of no action. The playoffs will resume with a pair of games on Saturday. Eastern Conference Semifinals – Game 3 (1) Miami Heat 104, (5) Chicago Bulls 94 LeBron James finished w...
by Outside the Redzone on May 11, 2013

Daily Rundown: Heat Pull Away from Bulls in Game 3

The Miami Heat used a big fourth quarter on Friday night to top the Chicago Bulls 104-94 and a take a two games to one series lead. The Heat outscored Chicago 34-24 in the final frame to win Game 3 after the score was tied at the end of three quarter...
by Outside the Redzone on May 11, 2013

NBA Playoff Rundown (May 8th)

The NBA Playoffs resumed on Wednesday with a pair of Game 2s. There will be no games held on Thursday. The playoffs will resume with a pair of games on Friday night. Eastern Conference Semifinals – Game 2 (5) Chicago Bulls 78, (1) Miami Heat 11...
by Outside the Redzone on May 9, 2013

Daily Rundown: Heat Blast Bulls to Even Series

The Miami Heat bounced back from a stunning Game 1 loss to top the Chicago Bulls 115-78 on Wednesday and even their best-of-seven series at one game apiece. The 37-point victory is the largest in team playoff history for Miami and at one point in the...
by Outside the Redzone on May 9, 2013

Miami Routs Chicago in Game 2

MIAMI – Tasting adversity really for the first time this calendar year, the Miami Heat found themselves in a nip-and-tuck physical contest of wills against the Chicago Bulls. The Bulls had punched the Heat in the mouth and stolen Game 1, so Gam...
by Outside the Redzone on May 9, 2013

Miami Runs By Milwaukee for 3-0 Series Lead

MILWAUKEE – Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra expected a “desperate, competitive response” from the Milwaukee Bucks in their home arena. It had been three years since Milwaukee had hosted a playoff game, and while the effort matched the antici...
by Outside the Redzone on Apr 26, 2013

Daily Rundown: Red Sox Walk-off Overshadowed by Tragedy

On what should have been a great sports day for the Boston area, tragedy struck. Known as Patriot’s Day in Boston, the Red Sox took the field at 11:00 in the morning while across town, the Boston Marathon was taking place. Mike Napoli’s w...
by Outside the Redzone on Apr 16, 2013
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