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  1. Decade debate: baseball's best and worst

    Jim Caple

    As painful as it is to write (and for many to read), the decade's best team is the franchise that has dominated so many of the past nine decades, and the team likely to dominate the next decade as well. The New York Yankees. Feel free to curse. N...

    Blog | Conversation | December 17, 2009
  2. Both houses of Congress come together to deliver the ultimate col...

    Jim Caple

    Jim Caple brings together both sides of the political aisle to finally put to rest the issue of the college football poll.

    Story | Conversation | September 03, 2009
  3. Jim Caple: How worried should we be about Michael Phelps and mari...

    Jim Caple

    Michael Phelps' return to the pool brings up the question again, how concerned should we be about marijuana?

    Story | Conversation | May 18, 2009
  4. 1980s vs. Today: Sports and the media

    Jim Caple

    Was the sports world better back in the 1980s, or is it better today? Page 2 is hosting the debate, focusing here on sports and the media.

    Story | Conversation | June 03, 2008
  5. 1980s vs. Today: Ballpark experience

    Jim Caple

    Was the sports world better back in the 1980s, or is it better today? Page 2 is hosting the debate, here focusing on the ballpark experience.

    Story | Conversation | June 03, 2008
  6. Thank heavens "The Play" wasn't ruined by instant replay

    Jim Caple

    Twenty-five years after the greatest play in college football history, Jim Caple's just thankful instant replay wasn't around to ruin it.

    Story | Conversation | November 28, 2007
  7. Who's No. 1? The debate begins

    Jim Caple

    Which athletes are the best in the world? Page 2 examines the big debate over the next two weeks.

    Story | Conversation | April 16, 2004
  8. Sports can help us heal

    Jim Caple

    Page 2's Jim Caple says sports will play a very important part in help our nation return to normalcy.

    PackageStory | September 12, 2001