During his first hour today, Rush mentioned the reaction of Peter King at Sports illustrated in King's "Monday Morning Quarterback" collection to a paragraph in the magazine's cover story on Jeremy Lin, the New York Knicks' point guard who has broken through from obscurity to phenom during the past two weeks. What King wrote is indeed an interesting giveaway of what I believe is a common but unsupportable media perspective, namely that students at and graduates of elite upper-echelon universities like those in the Ivy League are presumptively free of overt racism, because, well, they're all so enlightened.
Interesting story from SI.com Monday. Caused quite a Rush, in fact. Michael Rosenberg wrote a post with the headline, "There's no better place to be a sports fan than Philadelphia right now." And he certainly had a point, especially... Read Post
It might be an understatement to say that Grant Wahl is one of the more accomplished writers at the Sports Illustrated franchise. For their weekly magazine, Wahl has written 31 SI cover stories and more than 200 articles since his a... Read Post