1. Welcome to SportsJournalists.com, a friendly forum for discussing all things sports and journalism.

    Your voice is missing! You will need to register for a free account to get access to the following site features:
    • Reply to discussions and create your own threads.
    • Access to private conversations with other members.
    • Fewer ads.

    We hope to see you as a part of our community soon!

Collier unveils 25th Trite Trophy

Discussion in 'Journalism topics only' started by Cousin Jeffrey, Dec 28, 2008.

  1. Cousin Jeffrey

    Cousin Jeffrey Active Member

  2. Smasher_Sloan

    Smasher_Sloan Active Member

    Nice to see that some papers still have ample space for nothing.
     
  3. playthrough

    playthrough Moderator Staff Member

    Aw, it's good fun, and pretty accurate. I'm tired of "pick six."
     
  4. Smasher_Sloan

    Smasher_Sloan Active Member

    It's really long, and pretty obvious.

    Collier is a pretty talented writer. I'd like to see his ability and that space spent on something better.
     
  5. Joe Williams

    Joe Williams Active Member

    That whopper is over 2,000 words long!

    Hooray for space!
     
  6. Twoback

    Twoback Active Member

    Sometimes, a guy who writes jokes should be allowed to just write jokes.
    You ever hear of Jim Murray?
     
  7. PeteyPirate

    PeteyPirate Guest

    Collier is good when you get him in space.
     
  8. Bob Cook

    Bob Cook Active Member

    He makes a lot of hustle plays, the kind that don't show up in the boxscore.
     
  9. Smasher_Sloan

    Smasher_Sloan Active Member

    Yes, I've heard of Jim Murray. I read Jim Murray. I knew Jim Murray.

    That piece did not remind me in any way of Jim Murray.
     
  10. RustyHampton

    RustyHampton Member

    That was funny. A little long, but geez, people need to lighten up a little. Guy can write.
     
  11. SF_Express

    SF_Express Active Member

    As I often find myself, I'm right in the middle.

    Lots of good stuff in there.

    Too long.
     
  12. If you've been doing something for 25 years, doesn't that feature become, well, trite?
     
Draft saved Draft deleted

Share This Page