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The Daily's Hot Reads For Friday: Humana Touch

The Palm Springs DESERT SUN's Larry Bohannan writes, "Could another event on the PGA Tour possibly copy some of the things the Humana Challenge is doing now? Admittedly, former presidents are in short supply. … But could the idea of a message at the heart of a PGA Tour event work somewhere else?" (Palm Springs DESERT SUN).

The LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL's Alan Snel writes there are a "growing number of female company owners who are designing more sophisticated apparel, shoes and accessories for women sports fans who want to show off their team's colors with a savvy fashion statement all week long, not just on game days" (LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL).

ESPN's Rick Reilly writes of repeatedly defending Lance Armstrong prior to his recent admission of doping: "I guess I should let it go, but I keep thinking how hard he used me. Made me look like a sap. Made me carry his dirty water and I didn't even know it" (ESPN.com).

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