SBD/Issue 96/Hot Reads

Hot Reads

Thursday, February 5, 2009

NCAA hockey is a curious mix of successes and struggles.
Q&A with Pirates President Frank Coonelly.

The HARTFORD COURANT's Jeff Jacobs writes of the WNBA, "Watching the 1996 Olympic team win the gold medal and two pro leagues spring up was something to behold. … Sustaining the dream through a troubled economy isn't nearly as compelling a story line, but it is every bit as vital" (HARTFORD COURANT).

The L.A. TIMES' Bill Plaschke writes, "That [Barry Bonds] used steroids? We knew that. Nothing can shock us there anymore, not after spending years staring at the size of his head and the length of his homers. That baseball allowed it to happen? We'll never get used to that part" (L.A. TIMES).


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