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Hot Reads

Monday, November 23, 2009

Poor facilities lead to Univ. of Rhode Island's football struggles.

The Manchester GUARDIAN's Ed Vulliamy writes AEG Chair Phil Anschutz is "America's most private and mysterious tycoon. He's the man who once reached number six on the Forbes' rich list, but does not email or own a mobile; who wears western gear rather than suits and runs unnoticed in local marathons" (Manchester GUARDIAN).

The L.A. TIMES' Mark Heisler writes the Warriors organization is "like 'Hamlet, the Reality Show,' with the stage littered with the bodies of the principal characters. Of course, coach Don Nelson is the Prince of Denmark, and the body count is climbing" (L.A. TIMES).


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