For this sports column, I could write an in-depth investigation of the rape trial/basketball season Kobe Bryant is enduring, which would undoubtedly lead to a playpen of bawdy double-entendre to satisfy even Shakespeare – “Kobe just made a hard backdoor … Read More
So it is cozy. You might say small. Or even absurdly tiny.
And it is busy. Teeming, if you prefer. Perhaps you stand a greater chance of being struck by lightning while clutching a winning lottery ticket and barebacking flying swine than eyeing an open elliptical machine during peak hours.
In the current issue of ESPN The Magazine, savior-turned-pariah Maurice Clarett, the starting running back on Ohio State University’s 2002 national championship football team, describes a culture of rampant academic corruption and illegal benefits at one of the nation’s most prominent football schools.