Recent Examples of sportswriter from the Web
Members do not seem flexible on that one particular prong of the transfer rules, and that is a wonderful development for the players and a terrible one for we sportswriters who cover the NCAA.
Follow IndyStar sportswriter Clifton Brown on Twitter @CliftonGBrown.
Both players received all 100 first-team votes from a global panel of sportswriters and broadcasters.
Sports Illustrated media reporter Richard Deitsch has a media roundtable of gay sportswriters about their issues in light of the fantastic Cyd Ziegler piece on OutSports.com about former Patriots/Chiefs offensive tackle Ryan O’Callagahan.
Both received all 100 first-team votes from the global panel of sportswriters and broadcasters.
Hopefully University of Colorado officials will read the commentary by Denver Post sportswriter Mark Kiszla and create greater incentive to protect women.
The stadium, which opened as San Diego Stadium in 1967, was renamed Jack Murphy Stadium in 1981 shortly after the death of Murphy, a local sportswriter.
It’s named for longtime Sentinel sportswriter Bill Buchalter and honors a high-school athlete who has overcome obstacles to succeed.
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Definition of sportswriter for English Language Learners
: someone who writes about sports for a newspaper, magazine, etc.
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