Indiana girls basketball team routs foe 107-2, sparking sportsmanship outrage

From Arizona Jones: I am glad the winning team played to their best potential.

The losing team learned more from that than being given some pity baskets. Let’s not condemn a team for being good.

You learn more in life about how you handle defeat, than you ever do about how you handle winning. I learned the most in my losses in sports, and came back stronger. You are only a Loser if you Quit.

You handle winning by not rubbing it in someone’s face afterwards or by not trying to hurt someone (Obama), not by letting your opponent know they are so weak that you have to give them pity points.

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  1. Alain41 says:

    I don’t like routs like this. It confirms to the non-athlete that sports are bad, don’t play them. The joy of physical exertion with a goal will be unknown to them.

    On a semi-related note, Rob Parker, an ESPN black sportscaster, just questioned the other day if the Washington Redskins rookie quarterback, Robert Griffin III (RGIII) is a brother or a cornball brother. In part because RGIII, who won the Heisman trophy last year at Baylor U., says that he is trying to be the best quarterback not the best black quarterback. Parker mentions his disappointment with, Tiger Woods saying that he is black, white, asian and not just black, as part of why he’s asking.

    “…“Well, because I want to find out about him,” Parker said. “I don’t know, because I keep hearing these things. We all know he has a white fiancée. There was all this talk about he’s a Republican, which, there’s no information [about that] at all. I’m just trying to dig deeper as to why he has an issue….”

    Liberals start early in making sure that everyone knows what line to toe regarding Republicans and race.

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