There is news. Donald Trump’s having a hard time of it. One day the FBI searches his Florida residence looking for records absconded from the White House and the next, in a totally different case, he took the Fifth more than 400 times, refusing to answer questions about the valuation history of his real estate holdings.
So talented as Andy M has said. Delightful to have this analysis. I don't feel so alone in my English training of the 60s! While you're at it, Clay, why can't the Transcript reliably post dates of sporting events both in stories and on the printed calendar????? I always have to double check with "the competition" and NT is regularly wrong!
Clay Horning's talents as an editor could find a home at the Norman Transcript which needs one (again).
Clay’s comments are an interesting and challenging read that pretty is of more coveted by journalists than your average fan. It also probably ticks of the authors of those articles but is nevertheless accurate and a good teaching lesson. Aside from his article, I hope the entire situation doesn’t distract from practice and the installation of a new culture which is now obviously necessary based on what we know of the shallowness of the previous head coach.
I disagree with some of your final statements. It was a shake up and it is and will be a MAJOR problem for Coach Venebles as he pushed aside a well-respected coach for what appears to be a reactive, poorly thought out action. He continues to support Jeff Lebby who did far greater things while at Baylor under his father-in-law and former Baylor coach Art Briles. He defended the horrid behavior of his father-in-law and even supported his lies. Neither Briles, nor Lebby did anything to help the co-eds that were sexually and emotionally abused by Baylor football players. Lebby participated in the cover-up and then lied about it. How is that not a much more serious offense than accidentally reading an offensive word several times and then apologizing for having done so? Luceen Dunn