Posted on: July 12, 2010 2:16 am
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ESPN for being obsessed with racism

African Americans are eminent and prevelant enough through professional and collegiate sports so that you don't have to keep reminding us when an African American does something for the first time or when a sport has more of one ethnicity. It frustrates me when someone suggests racial bias in sports. Just forget about race in general. The racial barriers that once divided and corrupted this country have long been broken so we can move on now.

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Posted on: July 3, 2010 6:42 pm
 

Rings Lie

Many say the most important indivicual stat in sports is how many championships a player has. The same people who say that would also, if asked, say that championships are won by TEAMS not indivicuals. These two statements contradict each other. By saying a player is great because he won so many championships is both discrediting and offending the team that he was on. The stat is misleading. Even quarterbacks have the ball less than 50% of the time. This comes in response to the apparent "greatness" of Derek Fischer and Ben Rothlisberger. SHUT UP about the championships. If you want a sport in which indivicual performance is measured by wins and championships, try fencing. World, you are forgiven
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