The Sun Sentinel's Dave Hyde picked the wrong damned time to coddle Dan Marino.
Five days before the New York Post broke the Marino love-child story, Hyde wrote a piece on the Dolphins quarterback's work with autism.
And that's cool. However, the first paragraph in that column read thusly:
People always lament how sports stars aren't heroes like they used to be. Lance Armstrong lies. Tiger Woods stains his name. The entire Baseball Hall of Fame ballot is at issue.
But what if everyone's telling the wrong stories?
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