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The HOUSTON CHRONICLE's John McClain writes of Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones and Texans Owner Bob McNair , "They have different personalities and management styles, but both are passionate about football and the NFL. They're respected voices who serve on league committees and believe they should do ...
Media speculation continues on the possible future of O.J. Simpson. "Entertainment Tonight" examined his next move. Agent Ruth Webb: "I cannot imagine the general public making him into a star again"
As swift and sure as the jury''s verdict of "not guilty," there is a clear consensus this morning that O.J. Simpson will not be able to step back into some of the roles he held before the trial -- par
If the Orlando Area Sports Commission doesn''t improve their performance in the next year "the agency is doomed," according to Gene Yasuda of the ORLANDO SENTINEL. Created in ''92, the commission was
Women''s Sports Foundation Exec Dir Donna Lopiano is featured in an Q&A with the DALLAS MORNING NEWS. Lopiano on a women''s basketball league: "We will see women''s professional basketball in Dallas a
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The death of Celtics star Reggie Lewis is examined in an extensive piece in this morning''s WALL STREET JOURNAL. Reporter Ron Suskind revisits the agonizing question of how Lewis'' ailment could have
In last night''s ESPN "Cover Story," Armen Keteyian reported on the hot, young "futures market" of high school basketball players and the "people who drive this bull market." The biggest "trading floo
A survey of 1,000 "sports followers" was conducted from November 21-29 for BUSINESS WEEK by Louis Harris. The margin of error is +/- 3.1% (BUSINESS WEEK, 12/19 issue). HOW HAS THE TIME SPENT WATCHING
The Baltimore Municipal Golf Corp. launched an after-school golf clinic last week with the Minority Golf Association of America (MGAA) and the city''s Recreation Department. John and Paul David founde