Don Bauder 9 a.m., Nov. 23
Patrick Daugherty was the author of the weekly Sporting Box column since 1995. He died April 20, 2016.
He wrote for the Berkeley Monthly before the Reader. Some of his notable Reader stories include:
Bum, Bummer, Bumming (how people act when you ask for spare change)
Farewell, Nazi Harlot (a cursed second-hand Benz)
“What If We’d Been Named Edward?” (author calls other Patrick Daughertys in the phone book)
Friends Called Him Bill (author’s father)
Work 10 weeks, take 10 months off (love affair with Alaska, pre-pipeline — a 3-part series)
Articles by Patrick Daugherty
Hobos use the internet to get train schedules, use Google Earth to find the best catch-out spots.
"Ran into Tin Cup at the Four Mile. He rode in on the Union Pacific a couple days ago.” I laugh, “He’s still train-hopping? The man is a champion.” I have an old Nevada friend ...
Third on a list of Del Mar’s priciest offerings
Beds: 5 Baths: 9 Current Owner: David Batchelder Asking Price: $29,000,000 The bluff-top estate at 100 Stratford Court in Del Mar offers prospective buyers nearly 6000 square feet of living area in a just-completed “coastal ...
12-day TV college and pro bowl jag, grunion, Tour de France, wheelchair sports, sportsman of the year - Barry Bonds
Fresh Start I've stepped out of the darkened cave — or, more precisely, have exited the animal den known in another life as my living room, to stroll in fresh air and reconnect my chakra ...
No need to study boring stats
The Box solves NCAA tournament’s bracketology.
As in the NFL, as in San Diego Chargers, as in Philip Rivers
Now we come to Preventing Motor Skill Failure Through Hemisphere-Specific Priming: Cases From Choking Under Pressure. Authored by those impetuous funsters at Faculty of Sport Science, Technische Universität München, located in München, state of Bavaria, ...
Doesn’t seem possible, but he hits the ball consistently
I’m standing in front of the Lodge at Pebble Beach. Here for the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. It’s Tuesday. Players, those who are here, have today and tomorrow for practice rounds. The tournament goes off ...
Winners never quit, unfortunately
The abiding question: Can a first-round NFL Hall of Fame quarterback, a legitimate superstar, who is now, according to many, in his football dotage, play one more beautiful game? The answer is no. The hope ...
It wasn’t long before her nagging resumed
Your girl, wooed away by the Swaggering Beast of the Midwest.