Search for good in sports isn't objective
This Sporting Life: To be, or something other than to be
Our short subject today is subjectivity itself.
Somewhere, in a parallel universe, Aaron Rodgers hangs on to a football. Like Hannibal or Alexander the Great, inexorable, he marches the Green Bay Packers the length of the field. Triumphant, he beats the Arizona Cardinals in overtime. He pumps his fist and jumps for joy, and his heart soars with happiness and pride.
In another parallel universe at the same instant, Neil Rackers makes a short field goal with a handful ...
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