Christine Brennan

Sports Columnist, USA Today

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Sports columnist for USA Today, she blogs and twitters at ChristineBrennan.com

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If you were scanning the sports headlines, you might think that all the news these days is  Kobe versus Dwight , or the  Red Sox  versus the  Yankees .

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If you were scanning the sports headlines, you might think that all the news these days is Kobe versus Dwight , or the Red Sox versus the Yankees .

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