• Sportswriters must fight for the sports they write

    Sportswriters must fight for the sports they write0

    Historically speaking, Butte has never been a soccer town. Nobody will dispute that. For whatever reason, a bunch of rug rats kicking the ball around in the YMCA league has never translated into big numbers — or wins — at the high school level. We have seen some really good players compete for the Butte

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  • Antonio Brown was wrong, but he is hardly alone

    Antonio Brown was wrong, but he is hardly alone0

    By Bill Foley If Antonio Brown never plays in the NFL again, he is not going to go quietly. The disgraced receiver is going to leave kicking and screaming, taking down as many sexual offenders with him as he can. Brown, of course, is the idiot who forced his trade from the Steelers to the

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  • The true meaning of a clutch performance

    The true meaning of a clutch performance8

    When we talk about coming through in the clutch, we often talk about Tom Brady, David Ortiz or Michael Jordan. They throw the key pass, make the big hit and sink the last-second shot. We call them heroes, and they get paid enough money to buy a small country. As I watched the nurses and

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  • Don’t like the new NFL? Blame a Saints fan

    Don’t like the new NFL? Blame a Saints fan0

    By Bill Foley George Washington Duke is the dirty fight promoter in the cinematic masterpiece that is Rocky V. Duke is clearly inspired by Don King, the real-life fight promoter who never even tried to hide his corruptness as he stole money (allegedly) from all of his boxers. In Rocky V, which was inexplicably snubbed

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  • Now it’s time for Jake to call hinder on Darky

    Now it’s time for Jake to call hinder on Darky1

    Some days at the Elks, you could find Larry Jacobson in the handball court all by himself. Or so it appeared. A lot of players like to work on their game. They say they are “practicing” or “hitting the ball around” when there is nobody around to play. “Jake,” as everyone called him, always said

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  • Let the overreactions begin

    Let the overreactions begin0

    By Bill Foley ’Tis the season for overreactions as we head into Week 2 of the NFL season. Listening to talk radio or watching ESPN is more annoying this week than at any other time of the year. Every team that won last week will go 16-0, and every team that lost will go 0-16.

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