SBD/Issue 132/Hot Reads
Published March 27, 2009
Friday, March 27, 2009
The TORONTO STAR's Rosie DiManno writes of figure skating's supposed judging reforms, "They are incorrigible, judges: shameless irreformable and unregenerate. It has ever been thus in figure skating. … Only difference these days – it's harder to spot" (TORONTO STAR).
ESPNSOCCERNET.com's Don Peters writes ahead of the '10 FIFA World Cup in
On The NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament:
- UConn scandal exposes agents' backroom role in college game.
- Final Four could generate as much as $50M for Detroit economy.
- Impact of '79 NCAA championship game still felt today.
- Writer finds hypocrisy in calling players "student-athletes."
- Low-budget NASCAR team TRG Motorsports drawing attention.
- Ottawa stadium: urban design expert weighs in on location options.
- Red Sox still looking to build mini-Fenway in Fort Myers, Florida.
- Fledgling EPHL's greatest accomplishment has been surviving.
- Minor-league teams hope community ties help them weather recession.
- Rutgers AD Tim Pernetti was an outsider hire, but a great pick.
- Abbreviated life history of new Padres CEO Jeff Moorad.
- Raiders Owner Al Davis remains an icon despite public opinion.
- Economy-focused Q&A with Browns President Mike Keenan.
- CBS' and ESPN's Dick Enberg to receive Vin Scully award.