Robert Klemko

Robert Klemko


football writer, Sports Illustrated. co-advisor, Bruce Randolph School student newspaper, The Paw Print. Terrapin. Son of an immigrant.

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ESPN, a media organization roughly 500,000 times the size of the Star Tribune, with more investigative resources than most police departments, had to cite the Star Tribune in their updated story.

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Julia Black@mjnblack ) wrote about women who were afraid to speak up about Portnoy because of his shitty followers and they came *sprinting* to prove her right.

Diversity in newsrooms isn’t for diversity’s sake. It’s to make your newsroom better.

Vick went to Leavenworth my man.

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So sick of cancel culture! Time to take a stand! If you agree, screenshot all the times you used racist and homophobic language in emails and post them in my replies with a link to your LinkedIn profile! They can’t cancel all of us!

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Last month was the first March without a school shooting in the United States since 2002.

At the Trump rally, Brian Clothier, 61, is wearing an adult diaper over his pants that reads “Scientists say [farts] spread the virus. I COVID my ass to stop the spread.”

Knowing what we know, Mike Tomlin deserves a retroactive Coach of the Year nod for his handling of Antonio Brown from 2010-18.

The Post obtained an audio recording of a video conference between worried college football players and SEC medical officials “It’s not good enough.”

The group of Trump supporters outside the Philly convention center has dwindled to five and now the demonstration is just 150 Biden supporters interrupting reporter standups with dancehall breakdowns.

It’s very hard to comprehend what happened to Sage Steele, specifically how or why she sees herself as simultaneously “color-blind” and some sort of arbiter of Blackness, who can criticize Barack Obama for identifying as Black, given her very public family history with racism.

After Eric Bieniemy snub, Joe Judge hire, coaching agent I spoke with projects a small exodus of black assistants from NFL to college ranks. "They're starting to feel like there's no future for them in the NFL."

This protest was started via text message by former NBA player Royce White with 200 people. It’s now morphed into thousands of people marching down I35.

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