Seth Davis reports that Joe Crawford was "forced" to give Kentucky another try (Inside College Basketball, Jan. 24). Had Kentucky waived Crawford, it would have set the stage for other players to threaten to walk out on their commitments because they are upset with any little thing (such as playing time). The picture that ran with the item, however, is not of Crawford, but of junior walk-on Ravi Moss--who has had significant playing time, in part, because of the Crawford fiasco.
Trey Reid, Louisville
EDITOR'S NOTE: SI regrets the error.
Rick Reilly's Tips for TO and Randy (Life of Reilly, Jan. 24) left out the touchdown celebration that would shock and astound everyone: shaking hands with the teammates who helped make the touchdown possible. Then again, it may be asking too much to think that a teammate deserves some credit
Rick Mancinelli, Cumberland, R.I.
When did putting up six points become less important than the celebration afterward? Professional football players are paid to get into the end zone. They need not act like children when they do.
Zach Schneider, Duluth