SI Vault
July 03, 2000
Juan Gonzalez: another story about an obscenely rich athlete who thinks the world owes him even more adulation.—Gerry Hill, Regina, Saskatchewan
Decrease font Decrease font
Enlarge font Enlarge font
July 03, 2000


View CoverRead All Articles
1 2

It's refreshing to read about one of football's best players being so involved with his family. Thanks for being frank about how faith plays a vital part in the lives of the Mu�oz family.
Jeff Emhoff, Cazenovia, N.Y.

To those cynics out there who may think the Mu�ozes are too good to be true: As Michelle's American history teacher, an avid Mason High girls-basketball fan and an acquaintance of the Mu�oz family for 10 years, I can tell you that every good word printed about them is true. They may call themselves blessed, but they are a blessing to Cincinnati.
Donna M. Griffith, Cincinnati

Silence Is Golden
After reading Steve Rushin's article on Bill Walton (AIR AND SPACE, May 29) and watching the NBA playoffs, I have only one thing to say: I wish Walton had lost his ability to talk instead of his ability to walk.
Richmond Chester, Suisun City, Calif.

Lords of the No Rings
You left out one of the best examples of no ring, no respect when you failed to mention the Buffalo Bills of 1990 through '93 (SCORECARD, June 5). Jim Kelly (above) and company did something over that stretch that no NFL team has done before or since: They played in four consecutive Super Bowls. Win, lose or draw, if you make it to the championship game four times in a row, you have to be great!
Mark Decelle, Cape Coral, Fla.

1 2