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Nov
09

Reporter Eats His Own Words — Literally, With Salsa


In the world of sports columnists you’re more likely to find them admit to wearing ladies panties before they’d admit they were ever wrong about sports. However, Chicago Tribune columnist Rick Morrissey did just that the other day at a Chicago Bulls practice.

Bringing with him a 3-year-old column he wrote and a jar of salsa, Morrissey literally ATE HIS WORDS. In the column, which he wrote following the Bulls selection of Joakim Noah in the 2007 NBA Draft, Morrissey said that if Noah became a useful player within 3 years he’d eat his words. Owning up to it, Morrissey arrived at the practice to do just that, fortunately, there were television cameras nearby to capture the moment. Mmmm, newsprint!

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