Tiger Woods: The CBS reporter who interviewed Tiger Woods after his final round at the Masters has blogged about the incident. In response to Tiger’s “people are making way too much of a big deal of this thing,” Peter Kostis writes, “Wrong answer. No one expected Woods to be pleased with all of his shots on Sunday, but he could have opened up a bit. He could have said that he’s far from being a perfect person and that he’s going to work on finding a way to play with passion without cursing or abusing his clubs … But telling people that he’s going to consciously tone down his behavior sounds like Superman saying that he’s going to wear a necklace made of Kryptonite.” Also, Phil Mushnick has finally chimed in on that interview. [Golf.com]
Cue the circus music.
ESPN continues its full-court press on Goodell. In its broadcast of the commissioner’s buzzwordy press conference, the (…)
He got it wrong. He will get it right. He’s sorry.
Julie Hermann Directed Staff to Reach Out and Touch Rutgers Donors, "But Not in a Jerry Sandusky-Type Way"
Good advice to remember when fundraising.
After breaking a MJ story.