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Sports - Latest Columns, Page 2
» Losers
       by Brad Locke
       I'm a loser. So are you. Really, we all are losers. We can't win. We can try, but when you look up at the scoreboard when it's all over, we haven't even covered the point spread. Those who think they've won are the biggest losers of all. This comes f... read more
    September 16, 2006
» Unfulfilled
       by Brad Locke
       The Masters has lost its mystique. The Super Bowl isn't that super. The World Series doesn't mean the world to me anymore. This is how I've come to feel about sports' marquee events. I don't know if it's an adult perspective, cynicism or my professio... read more
    September 9, 2006
» What Have We Done?
       by Brad Locke
       The athletes we look up to are caught in a paradox, a Catch-22 of our making -- of my making, of your making. I really feel sorry for them. Here's how the endless cycle works: A young athlete starts achieving success, he gets noticed by coaches, fans... read more
    September 2, 2006
» Conquering Giants
       by Brad Locke
       Giants aren't always as scary as they seem. That point was driven home brilliantly by a movie I just screened. It's not a high-end Hollywood production like Friday Night Lights or Remember the Titans. It won't produce any Oscar winners. It probably w... read more
    August 26, 2006
» By Example
       by Brad Locke
       I'm in the midst of working on what's know in journalism parlance as a "football tab," which means almost all I've done the past six weeks is call coaches, go to practices, talk to players, write stories, beg for schedules and rosters, and ... read more
    August 12, 2006
» A Message Lost
       by Brad Locke
       Tony Stewart's last shred of credibility was ripped away when his actions again contradicted his words at the Pennsylvania 500 on July 23. His crusade this season has been to teach NASCAR's young, uninhibited drivers a thing or two about respect and ... read more
    July 29, 2006
» Respect Your Enemies
       by Brad Locke
       I admit, I find the "AND 1 Mix Tape Tour" and other such street ball competitions quite entertaining. But as I was watching the show on ESPN2 one night, a player bounced the ball off his defender's forehead and drove past him for a dunk to ... read more
    July 22, 2006
» The Mocking Throng
       by Brad Locke
       The recent World Cup soccer tournament was a cause for celebration among the sport's faithful. It was also a delicious target for those who don't understand the game. I know several people who not only don't like soccer, but hate it. I've read of sev... read more
    July 15, 2006
» Gambling With Truth
       by Brad Locke
       I don't like to write columns focusing on what other columnists have written, because I know what it's like to have lots of people criticize your every word. Sports Illustrated's Rick Reilly, whose writing ability far exceeds his moral judgment (he o... read more
    July 8, 2006
» Seeking a Savior
       by Brad Locke
       Albert Pujols tests positive for steroids. What would you feel? Dwyane Wade is arrested for DUI. What would you say? Lance Armstrong is undoubtedly exposed as a doping cheat. What would you do? These are hypothetical scenarios that I hope never mater... read more
    July 1, 2006
» True Devotion
       by Brad Locke
       I recently talked with a college soccer player who went to England and took in some Premiership matches. What immediately struck him about the British fans was how immersed they were in the action. They sat, watching intently and letting the ebb and ... read more
    June 15, 2006
» Ignore Truth at Your Own Risk
       by Brad Locke
       It's a startling contrast, the types of comments and commentary Barry Bonds' surpassing of Babe Ruth has elicited from fellow major leaguers and the journalists who cover them. A sampling, first, of the media's take: "What does 715 mean, anyway?... read more
    June 4, 2006
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