Whether it's pondering Moose McNuggets at the McDonald's in Norway or chasing Lance Armstrong up some mountaintop in France, Gil LeBreton has been entertaining Star-Telegram readers for nearly 30 years. He's covered 21 Super Bowls, 14 Olympic Games (summer and winter), saw Muhammad Ali box, Paul Newman drive a race car and Prince Albert try to steer a bobsled. Gil also once briefly held the WBC Junior Welterweight title belt -- he had to, because the guy he was interviewing, champ Bruce Curry, had to suddenly step into the men's room.

E-mail: glebreton@star-telegram.com

Longhorns, Augie refuse to go home from Omaha

| |Wednesday, Jun. 18, 2014

C.J. Hinojosa homer puts new twist on Texas story.

Frogs find frustrating finish at College World Series’ new ballpark

| |Wednesday, Jun. 18, 2014

Sacrifice bunts have replaced the long ball in Omaha.

‘Forgiven’ Longhorns stay alive in CWS

| |Monday, Jun. 16, 2014

Coach Augie Garrido convinced the Longhorns have the pitching to still win it all.

While Texas Tech hunted, TCU’s Morrison only teased

| |Monday, Jun. 16, 2014

Steady and unflappable, Morrison pitched Frogs into the winner’s bracket.

Optimism could be clouded by Longhorns’ poor hitting

| |Saturday, Jun. 14, 2014

Augie Garrido is trying to put a positive spin on the loss, but Texas hitters didn’t look good against UC Irvine on Saturday.

Add a ninth-inning, suicide squeeze bunt to TCU’s fascinating story

| |Tuesday, Jun. 10, 2014

The Frogs’ season will write its final chapter in Omaha, after all.

For TCU, loss to Pepperdine was a Brown-out

| |Sunday, Jun. 08, 2014

Two-way Pepperdine star pushes TCU to winner-take-all game.

Finnegan, Ferrell and Frogs make for another happy ending

| |Sunday, Jun. 08, 2014

So far in the tournament, TCU’s pitching has been unmatched.

TCU pitchers have cracked the new bat code

| |Friday, Jun. 06, 2014

Relying on pitching and fielding has carried TCU to Super Regional.

Don’t blame Cruz for Rangers’ season

| |Tuesday, Jun. 03, 2014

Get the story straight, if you wonder how Nellie ended up with Orioles.