Sports Columnist, Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Mark Bradley, sports columnist for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
ajc.com — It was a great story: Redshirt freshman wins quarterback job for Texas A&M, a team facing its first season in the high-falutin' SEC; he engineers a famous upset of Alabama; he wins the Heisman Trophy; he becomes a brand unto himself - Johnny Football.
ajc.com — Our Heat Check starts with a team that had a losing week but got rather warmer toward the end. Three guesses who that'd be. BRAVES: They were swept in San Diego despite outhitting the Padres in all three games. They returned home and were shut out by the Giants' Madison Bumgarner - not much hitting there.
ajc.com — Nobody ever said being the best player in the world was easy. Every postseason game LeBron James plays isn't just a game but a referendum on LeBron James. Is he shooting too much? Too little? From too far away? If he's missing, should he stop shooting?
ajc.com — The nice thing about ESPN.com - as opposed to ESPN the TV networks, about which there's not much nice - is that if you click around you can find some writer in Worldwide Leader cyberspace who agrees with whatever it is you happen to believe about a particular team.
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ajc.com — When the Heat's newly assembled Big Three greeted their Miami constituency in July 2010, LeBron James predicted "multiple championships ." For effect, he said, "Not one. Not two. Not three. Not four. Not five. Not six. Not seven." It took two years, but the Heat won a title.
myajc.com — It's a 20-mile drive from state Sen. Mike Crane's home in Newnan to the farthest southern reaches of Fulton County. But Crane and other non-Fulton Republicans are playing a big role in a debate over the county's future. An Atlanta Journal-Constitution review found more than a third of the people representing Fulton in the General Assembly live outside the county.
myajc.com — By Mark Bradley - The Atlanta Journal-Constitution This is my 30th baseball season in Atlanta, and I've never covered a no-hitter worked by a single Braves pitcher. I witnessed the Kent Mercker/Mark Wohlers/Alejandro Pena effort of Sept. 11, 1991, but because it involved three pitchers and one iffy scoring decision, I've never fully counted it.
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