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College Coaches, Drinking, And The Two Men At The Rail
Bear Bryant went to rehab in 1978. He left, and began drinking again shortly afterward, and did not cease until his death in 1983. He drank because it was what men did: because it felt good, and because it felt better than unbuttoning your collar, and because it obliterated the day and whatever happened in it like nothing else.
Length: 7 minutes (1945 words)
The Story Of Shawn Hibbard, American Hero Moonlighting As Pro Football Player
By Spencer Hall - Contributor …
Author: Contributor
Length: 12 minutes (3011 words)
12 Years Of Chasing The US Men's National Team
By Spencer Hall - Contributor
Author: Contributor
Length: 10 minutes (2649 words)
June's Essential 'Longish' Reads
June's Essential 'Longish' Reads Quickish handpicks the best longform sportswriting from around the Web each day on our Longish stream. Today, we've selected the must-read pieces from the month of…
Length: 1 minutes (366 words)
A 15-Year Retrospective Of Atlanta's Summer Games
By Jon Bois - Editor
Author: Editor
Length: 11 minutes (2779 words)
Sailing Key West's High Seas With The Pirate Captain
By Spencer Hall - Contributor
Author: Contributor
Length: 14 minutes (3649 words)
Spend Some Time With a 'Longish' Read
Quickish handpicks the best longform sportswriting from around the Web on our Longish stream. On Friday, we share the best from the week for your weekend reading pleasure. Climbers: Team RwandaSo he…
Length: 2 minutes (548 words)
Dorial Green-Beckham Signs With Missouri, And Springfield Gives Away Its Star
By Bill Connelly - NCAA Football Contributor Follow
Published: Feb. 2, 2012
Length: 8 minutes (2196 words)
LeBron James, Kentucky And The AAU Revolution
By Jonathan Tjarks - NBA Contributor
Length: 15 minutes (3839 words)
Upon Further Review: Longreads With Blake Griffin, Eephus Pitches And Ricky Bobby
By Brian Floyd - Associate Editor Follow @sbnation on Twitter
Length: 3 minutes (813 words)
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