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The Daily's Hot Reads For Friday: Word Of The Day
Published January 4, 2013
The BUFFALO NEWS’ Mike Harrington writes of Bills CEO Russ Brandon taking over operation of the team from Owner Ralph Wilson: “Brandon had better not be Buffalo’s next Larry Quinn. We all remember him. Two terms near the top of the Sabres’ hierarchy. … It was a classic case of a guy with plenty of business acumen having no business being involved with what happened on the ice” (BUFFALO NEWS).
The SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE’s Kevin Acee writes Chargers Dir of College Scouting John Spanos “has been groomed for much of his life to someday take over the Chargers’ football operations” (SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE).
The Baltimore SUN’s Jill Rosen writes of the success of Baltimore and DC-area sports teams: “Whether rooting for Nationals, Orioles, Ravens or Redskins, Maryland, for once, has found it impossible to go wrong” (Baltimore SUN).