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Weekly Roundup: January 23 – January 29

Lee Jenkins (@SI_LeeJenkins) of Sports Illustrated details how Chris Paul is trying to make his time in Houston similar to his time in New Orleans.

Kent Babb (@KentBabb) of the Washington Post explains how Bill Belichick’s downfall in Cleveland led to the birth of the Patriots’ dynasty.

Paula Lavigne and Nicole Noren (@pinepaula and @Nicole_Noren) of ESPN […]

Weekly Roundup: December 5 – December 18

Steve Politi (@StevePoliti) of NJ.com writes about Rutgers’ upset victory over Seton Hall and what it means for college basketball in New Jersey.

L. Jon Wertheim and and Viv Bernstein (@jon_wertheim and @viv_bernstein) of Sports Illustrated detail how Jerry Richardson and the Carolina Panthers have made monetary settlements with several former employees who accused Richardson […]

Weekly Roundup: Nov 7-13

Tyler Kepner (@TylerKepner) of the New York Times gives a painful tribute to Roy Halladay after his tragic death in a plane crash on Nov 7.

Findlay (@s_findlay) of Medium gives a personal tribute to Roy Halladay.

Mike Waters (@MikeWatersSYR) of The Post Standard profiles former Syracuse basketball star Allen Griffin’s return as an assistant coach at his […]

Remembering Sports Writing Legend Frank Deford

Sports writing giant Frank Deford died this week at the age of 78. Reactions to his passing have poured in as members of the sports media tip their cap to one of the most influential writers in the history of the industry. Here is a small taste of the remembrances from some of the best […]

Weekly Roundup: November 7 – November 13

In the wake of a historic election, the nation grapples with its differences. The feeling is familiar to veteran sports reporter Tim Layden.

Roger Bennett travels to Germany to meet rising American soccer star Christian Pulisic.

Joe Resnick, a sports writer for the Associated Press battling advanced colon cancer, thought nobody cared. He was wrong.

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