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The Hartford CourantThis isn't about the good guys and the bad guys anymore. There always will be good guys and bad guys. This is about common sense, the kind of sense that is sometimes hard to find among the most educated and entitled. The NCAA has lost the faith of the...
Previo al arranque de la temporada de 2012 lancé una maldición a los Angelinos de Los Angeles —y en particular a Albert Pujols— que aún sigue atormentando a los serafines y al slugger dominicano. Entonces, un sábado 24 de diciembre de...
For all the innocence he stole, there is not a prison term long enough or a hell hot enough for Jerry Sandusky, convicted of child sex abuse. Nor is it enough to make Sandusky alone pay for the complete institutional failure at Penn State University over...
Tags: Punishment, Gary Schultz, Mike McQueary, Graham Spanier, Trials
HOLLYWOOD, Fla. — Bowl Championship Series officials trimmed the fat Thursday. Off the table are playoff proposals that were absurd (the Rose Bowl as part of three semifinal games), would have harmed the regular season (eight- and 16-teamers) or...
The Hartford CourantHow bad does a childhood have to be to disqualify someone from holding a job, maintaining intimate relationships or raising a child? I ask because the question arose recently in the unfolding disaster of the Glastonbury men who adopted nine sons, and...
Mike Rice was not fired as the basketball coach at Rutgers on Wednesday because he abused his players. He was fired because you and I and the governor of New Jersey and everybody across the country found out about his abusive behavior. This scandal is...
Bill O'Brien remembers the moment clearly. It was July 23, 2012 — five months after he was hired — and the 43-year-old O'Brien was sitting in his office watching the television. There on the screen was NCAA president Mark Emmert, somber...
The Southeastern Conference needs to go on a diet. Forget the cabbage. Put away the watermelon. Leave the grapefruit for the health nuts. What the SEC needs to avoid is the cupcakes. Not the sugary sweet ones that you find next to the deli at the...
Running off at the typewriter. … I think it's time we explained something to our two hometown teams — the Orlando Magic and UCF Knights — about breaking the rules. Um, guys, here's a little primer in Cheating 101. The object of...
Once again, Urban Meyer is challenging the Southeastern Conference. This time, rather than presenting a challenge from within as he did as the coach of the Florida Gators, he's doing it from outside as the coach of the Ohio State Buckeyes. Meyer,...
Diane Redleaf is an attorney who defends people accused of abusing or neglecting children. Her job makes a lot of folks wince. It's no wonder. When we think of child abuse cases, we think of high-profile predators such as convicted serial child...
Tags: Trials, Early Learning, Defendants, Prosecution, Judges
Virginia's victory formula Saturday was just as convention suggested: The Cavaliers' resilient defense bailed out their clumsy offense. Not buying it? Saved all the preseason mags and Googled all the summer blogs that pegged Virginia as a potent...
Jan 26, 2013 |Column| Hartford Courant
May 18, 2013 |Column| South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Jun 23, 2012 |Column| Chicago Tribune
Apr 26, 2012 |Column| Chicago Tribune
Dec 11, 2011 |Column| Hartford Courant
Apr 3, 2013 |Column| Orlando Sentinel
Mar 3, 2013 |Column| Orlando Sentinel
Feb 24, 2013 |Column| Orlando Sentinel
Feb 15, 2013 |Column| Orlando Sentinel
Feb 10, 2013 |Column| Orlando Sentinel
Sep 3, 2012 |Column| Chicago Tribune
Sep 9, 2012 |Column| Hampton Roads Daily Press
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