Forbes critiques Sports Blogs

Filed as News on September 30, 2003 9:01 pm

by Duncan

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In what is becoming a more regular, and welcomed feature at Forbes.com Davide Dukcevich has critiqued a number of sports blogs, an often over looked sector of the blogosphere, and an interesting diversion from a regular dose of business, politics and current affairs.
Best Sports Blogs | Forbes.com
“The best sports blogs are those that traffic in polemics. This may be because legitimate news sites aren’t allowed to tally the number of athletes caught with marijuana or the incidents of violence by sports parents. Badjocks.com, our favorite sports blog site, fills that void. F&@*edsports.com offers more of sports stars behaving badly. Look for these muckrakers to flower as the football season, the World Series and the Kobe Bryant case swing into full gear.”

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  1. By ToddM posted on November 22, 2003 at 6:56 am
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    I run Sports Blogs, a site dedicated to aggregating various sports blogs across all the big leagues. I don’t know how this guy missed it.

    If you like sports and blogs, check it out!

    http://sportsblogs.org

  2. By null posted on August 12, 2004 at 9:04 pm
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