Neil Best leaves no stone unturned in the world of sports media.
Friday comment contest winner
Jim Clark takes this week's prize, for his reaction to my decision to transcribe most of Joe Benigno's post-Jets-loss rant on WFAN.
Here it is, minus the part where he takes shots at my fellow New York sports media scribes. We don't do that sort of thing around here.
"When Ezra Cornell founded his university, he wanted it to teach young 'uns to be students of science and agriculture, much like his distant cousin Benjamin Franklin. Little did he suspect they would end up teaching its students how to transcribe monologues by 55 year old former frozen food salesmen on the failings of athletes tossing a leather-skin spheroid turn the field.
"Neil Best for Noble Prize in literature in 2009!"