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Weekly Roundup: January 24-January 30

President Trump’s executive order, issued Friday, sparked a lot of controversy, spilling over into the sports world. Here are reactions to the new immigration policy. Scroll down for other stories from this week:

While the White House has clarified that he will be allowed into the United States, Somali-born British Mo Farah was critical of […]

Erin Andrews: Journalist and Advocate

Prior to 2008, Erin Andrews was a talented sports reporter working for ESPN. After 2008, Erin Andrews still had talent to spare, but had gained another identity as the victim of a stalker who took videos of her through a peephole in her hotel room door and posted them online. Last year, she won a court case […]

Weekly Roundup: January 17-January 23

A picture essay on rising Spanish tennis star Garbiñe Muguruza.

The “untying” of Ryan Grigson and Chuck Pagano by Gregg Doyel of the Indianapolis Star.

The Atlanta Falcons are heading to the Super Bowl for only the second time in 51 seasons.

Nearly the entire Chapecoense soccer team died in […]

Tribute to a Pro: Edwin Pope

The Miami Herald announced that longtime venerated sports columnist Edwin Pope passed away at 88 years old the night of January 19th. Below, see tributes to Pope from colleagues, peers and the teams he covered.

Tribute by Barry Jackson

Tribute by Greg Cote

Miami Dolphins’ press box renamed

Pope’s last column

Our thoughts are […]

Weekly Roundup: January 8-January 16

Michael Joyce’s Second Act follows up on David Foster Wallace’s famous profile of the tennis player and is a reflection by the athlete on his career after it has ended.

Annie Heilbrunn writes of her reaction to the impending Chargers move to Los Angeles in an opinion piece in the San Diego Union-Tribune.

Vice examines the […]