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Game day respite

It’s a good day to decompress, disengage, and be entertained. Ugliness and struggle will still be there tomorrow, never fear. So leave it until tomorrow—today we play ball.

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Football is dead to me

Today is going to be a strange, bittersweet day here at Deconstruction Central. For it’s going to be a day without football. To be sure, we’ve never been the biggest gridiron fanatics up in here. Some of us really couldn’t … Continue reading

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The business of sports and the culture of deceit

The two American sports personalities that caught our attention last week couldn’t be more different. One was a star ascendant, whose future couldn’t have been brighter. And the other was already far into his downward spiral, tarnished by suspicion and … Continue reading

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Football fame, the wrong way

Andre Parker, linebacker for the Kent State Golden Flashes, is internet-famous today. Pretty impressive after playing just his first game of this college football season. But he’s probably not enjoying that fame, and more’s the pity because it’s probably going … Continue reading

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