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Eight days before the gayest Super Bowl week on record, I walked toward the Baltimore Ravens' locker room in New England consumed entirely with though...
So here's a plea to publishers: Just keep your eye on the ball. The concept of sports doesn't need embellishment. It's enough in and of itself.
On a day when the social media landscape was overwhelmingly inundated with commentary on the Harry Potter movie's release, ESPN writer Bruce Feldman was probably the only non-wizard to trend on Twitter.
Big name sports columnists -- the Michael Wilbons of the world -- are a luxury that, in penny-pinching days, newspapers can ill afford.
The medium is being killed off by the advent of new technology and the most devastating economic collapse in decades. But the real reason for the death of sports writing is sportswriters themselves.
Even though we may have been held to a draw on Saturday, it's a fairly safe bet that England are probably going further in this World Cup than the US....
Why beat up on the mendacity of sports? Is the message from the sports media meant to be apocalyptic: the nation and its pastime have struck out for good?
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