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Month: July 2018

Under the Lights in God’s Country, Part Two

[Here is the second (and final) part of the fictional short looking at Texas high school football.  I appreciate all of the positive feedback and glad to know that folks have enjoyed reading these pieces this summer.  We will see what

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McDaniel’s The Church of Michael Jordan

[I noted that Jeffery McDaniel’s poem entitled, The Church of Michael Jordan, was formative for some fictional writing on Texas high school football that I completed last year.  I am including this amazing poem here for readers that have not seen

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Under the Lights in God’s Country, Part One

[As we move slowly toward tw0-a-day practices and the beginning of fall football, we will be publishing a multi-part fictional narrative that I wrote last year on the truly amazing spectacle that is Texas football.  It is a place where

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Lebron Takes Flight (to LA)

[Elliott Glass is back with a great piece about one of the big blockbuster trades of the NBA offseason.  Everyone was waiting to see what Lebron was going to do and, following a late night chat with Magic, he is now heading to Los Angeles.  LA hasn’t been

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Wimbledon: RF for Nine or Some Other Cup of Tea?

[Ah, the All-England Club.  When the rain lifts, it is nothing less than a sun-dappled cathedral to the great game of tennis.  The question on everyone’s mind, of course, is the resurgent 36-year old Roger Federer and whether he can

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