Jeff Pearlman laid an egg when writing that Delaware is "known worldwide for, ahem, almost nothing" (Worth Clucking Over, Sept. 15). As Delaware's assistant secretary of state, I can assure you, to the contrary, that Delaware is known world-wide as the Corporate Capital of the U.S. You're familiar with at least one Delaware corporation—your publisher, Time Inc. Thanks for the coverage, and remember to visit home more often.
RICK GEISENBERGER, Dover, Del.
Your article on Miami quarterback Brock Berlin stressed the positive, but ignored what many observed on national TV (The Rise of Berlin, Sept. 15). Gators fans understood Berlin's decision to transfer because he knew he would never start as long as Rex Grossman was there. There was no animosity toward Brock, and we were pulling for him to do well. He said there were no hard feelings, but Brock's throat-slashing gesture toward the Florida fans after the Florida- Miami game made us aware of his true feelings. I'm sure he fits in better at Miami. If he were still at Florida, he would have been suspended for his actions.
BRENT SHORE, Atlantic Beach, Fla.