November 2013
Sports Illustrated;11/18/2013, Vol. 119 Issue 20, p102
The author offers opinions on sports and U.S. popular culture. Events including the decision of a middle school football coach to hold a team dinner at a Hooters restaurant, rowdiness among hockey fans in Chicago, Illinois and the hazing of Miami Dolphins football player Jonathan Martin are said to reflect an increasing tolerance for stupid behavior in the U.S., particularly by men.


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