It’s preposterous to think Brady is back for a 10th Super Bowl, at 43, with the long-mocked Buccaneers in their home stadium. If he beats the Chiefs, after sinking Rodgers into career-limbo depression, Brady just might live forever.
Baseball has fallen down a scandalous cliff since The Hammer’s glorious 1974 milestone, and if MLB’s leadership has any brains, it will continue celebrating his legacy amid Bonds’ dirty Hall of Fame bid.
Years after ditching a cold, political metropolis for life in the California sun, the columnist is shocked that a once-vibrant sports hub has shrunk into national irrelevance and suffers from … Wisconsin envy?
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