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  • Dallas Cowboys, Detroit Lions are moving backward

    Dallas Cowboys, Detroit Lions are moving backward
    D is for disheartening, devastation and disappointment. D is also for Dallas and Detroit. In a matter of weeks, the Cowboys and Lions have gone from the thick of the playoff race to a race to the bottom. They are a combined 0-4 since posting...
  • L.A. coaches get punked; why the Dodgers lost the NLCS to St. Louis

    L.A. coaches get punked; why the Dodgers lost the NLCS to St. Louis
    As the old TV series used to say, there are a million stories in the naked city. We'll touch on each in just a few sentences. Here goes: • Ben Howland coaches UCLA to a regular season Pac-12 basketball title and gets punked by Bruins brass. Vinny...
  • NFL's No. 1 draft pick in 2014 could end up in St. Louis

    NFL's No. 1 draft pick in 2014 could end up in St. Louis
    At 2-13, the Houston Texans have the inside track on the No. 1 overall pick in May's NFL draft. But if the Texans were to win at Tennessee on Sunday, and Washington were to lose at the New York Giants, the Redskins, who had a weaker schedule, would...
  • Detroit Lions' Matthew Stafford takes great leap forward

     Detroit Lions' Matthew Stafford takes great leap forward
    As the final seconds wound down in Sunday's game against Dallas, Detroit quarterback Matthew Stafford frantically urged his teammates to the line of scrimmage. He gestured wildly, giving everyone the impression he planned to spike the football to stop the...
  • All politics is personal

    What do the Hillary Clinton campaign and comedian Michael Richards have in common? When feeling insecure, both appeal to social prejudices to delegitimize their adversaries. Three weeks ago, two Clinton campaign volunteer county coordinators in Iowa...
  • Early birds miss the point

    Now aren't you sorry? Two or three weeks ago, maybe even earlier, you zipped through that absentee ballot, check check check, and hustled it off to the mailbox as if you were claiming a lottery prize. And see what you missed? So much has happened...
  • Colts' upset of Packers packs emotional punch

    Colts' upset of Packers packs emotional punch
    There is no statistic for emotion. No index for inspiration. No chart for heart. And Sunday, there was no stopping the Indianapolis Colts. The Colts, with cancer-stricken Coach Chuck Pagano watching from a local hospital, overcame an 18-point deficit at...
  • Steelers allowing foes the run of the place

    Steelers allowing foes the run of the place
    The Pittsburgh Steelers, typically the NFL's premier run-stopping team, are tied for 14th in that category this season. They're tied for 29th in sacks with five. Through three games — a win over the New York Jets sandwiched by losses to Denver and...
  • Jack Disney has lived, breathed and written of SoCal's sports icons

    Jack Disney has lived, breathed and written of SoCal's sports icons
    An athlete plays 15 or 20 years, retires and there is great fanfare upon his departure. Maybe tears, maybe gifts given, maybe his number hung in honor. Los Angeles' very own Jack Disney calls it a day and he's just gone. Disney is good people. There...
  • Buffalo's off-season defensive moves have yet to pay off

    Buffalo's off-season defensive moves have yet to pay off
    After all that buzz about Buffalo's rebuilt defense, all those millions spent in free agency, the Bills are ranked 31st on that side of the ball. In the last two games — losses to New England and San Francisco — the Bills have surrendered 1,...
  • You people in San Diego need to deal better with the Chargers

    You people in San Diego need to deal better with the Chargers
    Obviously, the good people in Los Angeles are very different from you people in San Diego. Or, as Bill Johnston, the director of public relations for the Chargers, put it in a recent blog to folks in San Diego: "What's with you people?'' The Chargers...