Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Star Props

Posted By on Tue, Oct 10, 2006 at 2:06 PM

Everyone knows we here at the Weekly blog like to smack around the Arizona Daily Star. It's, y'know, our job.

So it's only fair that we give them accolades when they do something superb.

And that's a fitting way to describe Greg Hansen's column today, in which he takes the UA to task for not declaring that quarterback Willie Tuitama will sit out the rest of the season after suffering two concussions so far this year. It was excellent and persuasive.

Whether it's a coincidence or not, I don't know, but earlier today, coach Mike Stoops said that Tuitama will not play against Stanford this weekend. That's a start.

Props to Greg Hansen, the best opinion writer at the Star. Too bad they can't get someone like him for their Op-Ed section.

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