ROBERT L. KEHOE III

Robert L. Kehoe III is a writer who lives with his wife and sons in Madison, Wisconsin. You can follow him on Twitter at @robertkehoe3 and read his essays for Point Magazine, Howler, Eight by Eight, along with other journals and his personal website.

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To Pay or Not to Pay
To Pay or Not to Pay
Should college football and basketball players be paid for entertaining us – and for generating hundreds of millions in TV revenue? Seems only fair. But Duke University's Michael Gillespie suggests that we think through what would happen to college sports.
Achilles and Hector on the Gridiron
Achilles and Hector on the Gridiron
In his new memoir, literature professor Mark Edmundson reflects on his years of watching and playing football. He acknowledges that the game shaped his character for the better, and that it has deep-rooted dangers.
SPORTOLOGICALLY SPEAKING
"Games, like art, achieve their impact in the way they reflect and symbolise life outside the frame, the stage, the arena. Of all games, cricket embodies life's passions most richly. It can, too, be unspeakably boring, as drab and futile as a pointless journey." –Mike Brearley
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