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Toronto, Ont.
Sports Columnist — Toronto Star

Toronto Star sports columnist, father of three, regular on The Reporters on TSN and TSN Radio. This is the cracked blinking kaleidoscope of my brain.

Kudos to Browns’ Andrew Hawkins for speaking up: Arthur

thestar.com — Others have done this, and so will I. Cleveland Browns receiver Andrew Hawkins wore a T-shirt last week calling for justice for 12-year-old Tamir Rice, who was shot and killed by Cleveland police on Nov. 22 with almost no warning while holding a plastic gun, and John Crawford, a 22-year-old who was shot by police in Beavercreek, Ohio, on Aug.

Roger Goodell still in line of ex-FBI boss’s fire: Arthur

thestar.com — It's that time of year again in the NFL: Time to browse the resumé of the former director of the FBI. I know, it sneaks up so fast, every time. It's like Christmas parties, but with slightly more references to cybersecurity. Anyway, while an assistant U.S.

NHL saying all right things about Vegas: Arthur

thestar.com — BOCA RATON, FLA.-The NBA was going to get there first, they figured, but things went wrong. Las Vegas had been agitating for a pro sports team since the early 2000s, but there was nothing much there: no adequate building, no front-line owner. There were just pretty lights and gamblers and hope.

Vegas clearly out front in NHL expansion race: Arthur

NFL Picks: Stand by St. Louis players was one worth taking: Arthur

thestar.com — Between Ray Rice winning his appeal over his suspension for domestic violence and once again revealing NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to be a dissembling improvisatory nicotine salesman, . . .

Cowboys-Bears: Thursday game preview

thestar.com — It's probably perfect, right? The Dallas Cowboys are 8-4, right in the thick of the NFC playoff race, tied with Detroit and Seattle. Two will make the playoffs, unless San Francisco gets pretty frisky. Dallas will play the mess that is Chicago, then Philadelphia and Indianapolis and Washington. Washington!

Stampeders’ Dave Dickenson more driven as QB than coach: Arthur

thestar.com — VANCOUVER-The first time Dave Dickenson was working as a coach, he felt . . . strange. He had been Calgary's starting quarterback, but suffered his fourth concussion in four seasons and was sidelined. (Worryingly, the fourth concussion barely showed up on the film.)

CFL scoring plunge troubling as commissioner Cohon exits: Arthur

thestar.com — VANCOUVER-Outgoing CFL commissioner Mark Cohon was concluding his year-ending meeting with about 500 faithful CFL fans, who were dressed in all the league's various colours, and he was giving out some prizes. One was just a Gatorade bottle, which he tossed to one of the hungover, but which ricocheted sharply off an overhead light standard and shot into the crowd.

Stampeders’ Jon Cornish as cool as they come: Arthur

thestar.com — VANCOUVER-I consider myself a spiritual football player, Jon Cornish says, and you say, OK, because you are not in complete control of this conversation. You are going with the flow, trying to direct it, but Jon Cornish determines what he wants to say, and OK, let's go with that.

NFL Picks: Week 13

thestar.com — Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys will be gunning for their ninth win of the season Thursday in a Turkey Day game against the Eagles in Dallas.
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Dec 19, 2014

@67sound All I can tell you is they borrowed a lot of philosophy from Babcock. Maybe just not all

Dec 19, 2014

@67sound From what I've heard, Crouse was really impressive to some people. Gauthier, eh

Dec 19, 2014

RT @TheNoLookPass: I love the Western Conference Basketball Association.

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