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The Daily's Hot Reads On Wednesday: Still In The Red
Published August 21, 2013
The WALL STREET JOURNAL's Ben Cohen writes, "Traditional Heisman publicity blitzes are dying. Alabama has nothing special planned for quarterback A.J. McCarron or running back T.J. Yeldon. Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater warned his coaches in the spring not to even think of campaigning" (WALL STREET JOURNAL).
The SACRAMENTO BEE's Ailene Voisin writes, "Chris Hansen throwing up his dirty hands and shoveling $100,000 worth of anti-arena mud at Sacramento's proposed sports and entertainment complex? Sleazy. Petulant. Testosterone-driven, Not a surprise" (SACRAMENTO BEE). Meanwhile, SPORTS ON EARTH's Colin McGowan writes under the header, "Spiteful In Seattle" (SPORTSONEARTH.com).
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