Los Angeles Dodgers
During the long collegiate offseason (which is both interminable and not nearly long enough), occasionally people may feel free to be as silly as they like. Stanford just traded its Twitter handle “@SUAthletics” to Syracuse for several oranges and a “collection of local goods to be named later,” reminding us yet again that almost nobody refers to Stanford as “SU” anyway. Similarly, after badly hooking an approach shot, the golfer D.H. Lee recently flipped off the crowd at the AT&T National. Why? Who knows?
Film executive and bestselling author Peter Guber called storytelling the “one-size-fits-all” secret to success Tuesday night during a talk at CEMEX Auditorium. According to Guber, “The ability that you have to tell a purposeful story to move someone to action” is the shared quality among “all great leaders.”
Fan violence is truly terrible and should certainly be prevented as much as possible, but in my opinion it has sadly become part of the game.