Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Great Coverage of Carr's Retirement

Proving why they are one of the best, if not the best, sports sections in the country, the Detroit Free Press was awesome in its coverage in Lloyd Carr's retirement. The Ann Arbor News is solid as well, but check out the the stories from the Free Press and the writers.

To me - the only other papers to consider in the best sports departments are the Boston Globe, Washington Post and the Dallas Morning News.

Top to bottom - those folks get it done day in and day out like no one else in the business. And I know the business ain't what it used to be, but I am a newspaper junkie and will always be one.

As much as I love and embrace Digital Media, there's still nothing like newsprint to me. I can't travel anywhere without picking up the local rags and reading them cover to cover. Makes me a dinosaur to my pal and boss, Paul Walker, but hey what can I say. I am what I am.... or as Dennis Green once said, "We are who we thought they are!"

What papers do you love? Who's got the best sports sections?


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