Jemele Hill goes to the mailbag and finds complaints about her column that compared Ndamukong Suh and Barry Sanders. After reading a few notes, she feels she may never be able to go home to Michigan.
Detroit is basking in the sports spotlight. Onfield success will not change Detroit's absurdly-high unemployment and crime rates, or the rocky Michigan economy. But the Lions are 5-0.
Fans of the U.S. women's soccer team were not happy with Jemele Hill's column about choking in the World Cup final. That and more from the mailbag.
Ernie Harwell's voice not only made Jemele Hill fall in love with the Tigers but also gave her a deeper connection to her family and hometown, Detroit.
It's a question that rocks the foundation of college football: Is the BCS better than the old bowl system?
Without a government bailout of the Big Three automakers, Detroit's pro sports teams could face big problems.
The decline of African-Americans in baseball has nothing to do with issues of control, as Gary Sheffield said, and everything to do with wallets, writes Page 2's Jemele Hill.