Time and space.
Those are the dual enemies every sportswriter faces in a daily battle that is almost never won.
When you're covering sports for a daily print product there's never enough space to fully tell the story … never enough time to tell it just right.
Those are the painful truths in the business.
Bill Conlin, the late scribe for the Philadelphia Daily News, once boasted that he had never missed a deadline. What he failed to point out was that the Daily News, Philly's afternoon tabloid, had . . .