37 Responses to “Twitterball: Tiger Woods, Lance Armstrong, Ochocinco and the Future of Sports”

  1. Ben Waugh says:


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  2. Thanks, found it very informative. I like the fact that Antonio Cromartie set aside a fine fund. Forward thinking.

  3. Ylod Sean says:

    Interesting point of view and well written article. .Cheers

  4. Ethan Jones says:

    Tiger Woods is a very good golfer but his reputation as a cheating husband made him a bad character.`,*

  5. Social networking sites are ways for these athletes to be known more personally by their fans.

    Tiger Woods just did a great thing at removing all the bad reports about him with that public apology. The apology was well accepted by his fans, and of course, his career.

  6. Interesting article especially about the distinctions between work and personal lives and the difficulties in keeping these separate when you’re in the public eye.

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