That legitimate reporters spent time, effort and energy running this nonsense down is a sad commentary on our times. Journalism, ftw!
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After the Petrino stuff, nothing would surprise me.
Cue AJC sportswriter blog about how the debunking of the Miles rumor is a sign of sub-par recruiting at UGA.
Two mistakes here….one….the idea that ANY sports reporter is a legitimate reporter is stretching a definition to its limit.
Two: That we have allowed social media to do anything other than confuse issues.
That any journalist who, while covering his or her beat, accepted and expected, to be fed free by his or her beat subject, could then be called a legitimate reporter is amazing…and inaccurate to put it mildly.
Sounds like Western Kentucky has their own version of the Red and Black.
True journalism died with the advent of the 24/7 365 news networks. The news reporters were under such stress to fill all that time that they began to report anything from whatever source derived. Social Media is merely a convenient and easy source, whether it is true or false is secondary, it fills time and space.
Mark loses contol of Les’ Hat
Some days you have to ask yourself: do I want to I run down this garbage, or do I want emails and tweets from morons who don’t know its garbage, but make up a surprisingly large and active portion of my readership.
My sources say Carvel is working on a huge feature story on how the Les Miles rumor will hurt UGA recruiting.
Has anyone realized that a direct measurement of coaching ability can be performed this year by comparing their D to ours when we play?
“The only problem is there’s only one ball,” Daniels said. “We’ve just got so many guys. And it’s not that Arik’s just another guy. Arik’s very special, but a lot of our guys are very special. It’s a great problem to have.” — AB-H, 7/20/21
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