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I’m both strongly in favor of hunting and strongly opposed to it.
I’m in favor of it, when it serves to put food on our tables or to ensure proper herd management. It’s best when it does both.
Jamie the Mailman keeps telling me that he wants to see a BCS championship game featuring Boise State and Texas Christian (TCU).
One of the great things about this job is that I can use this space to publicly point out how wrong Jamie the Mailman is.
Our high school sports run in parallel universes.
And, by definition, items that run in parallel neither cross nor touch.
You’ve got to cheer for some team in the World Series. It’s the American way.
This year, I face a quandary in trying to pick a team: I like ‘em both.
Brett Favre’s name is being dragged through the muck these days. Surprisingly, it has little to do with his propensity to throw interceptions at the most inopportune times.
Nor does it have to do with yet another Hamlet-like waffling over his career options.
Ladies and gentlemen, please give it up for John Goss!
John Goss. He was recently named as our Asian Carp Czar.
Being well-rested from my vacation, I should be in a great mood.
The fact that I didn’t return from the beach bearing any resemblance to a bronzed god, however, has given me a case of the grumps.
There are a number of candidates in this year’s election season who first made their names in the world of sports.
Chris Dudley, a former center for the Portland Trailblazers, is running for the governorship of Oregon.
Mike Shanahan is my kind of guy.
That’s not entirely accurate, so let me restate.
Mike Shanahan is my kind of leader.
It’s football season, and that means I’m on the sidelines.
I’m not sure it’s the best place from which to cover a game. It is, however, certainly the best place to get your action photos.
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