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“Defensive end Giovani Francois, the Florida native who joined Wise's roster for its final five games of the season, is deciding between scholarship offers from Florida International and Temple.”
“In John Wise's case, he has slightly more gridiron experience than Jermail Porter of Kent State did last spring, and roughly the equivalent that Stephen Neal had coming out of Cal-State Bakersfield a decade ago.”
“And if you haven't gotten your fill of Post people writing about Post people talking about Post people, I should point out that ex-Post columnist Len Shapiro -- who joined CSNWashington.com as a contributor this week -- also discussed the issue on Wise's show.”
“But Raging Bull was less about boxing than about a psycho-misfit wife-beater's rages and jealousies – and wasn't a patch on, I'd say, Somebody Up There Likes Me, Robert Wise's 1956 life of LaMotta contemporary Rocky Graziano, or even Sylvester Stallone's various "American dream" reincarnations of Rocky.”
“It's a good starting argument, but we are so much more complicated than that and ditto on Ray Wise's portrayal of the Devil in Reaper ... absolutely fun!”
“Vecsey wrote a column ripping Wise's reporting, and Wise then called Vecsey an "old, bitter man.”
“In case you missed it, here's Wise's column on Jerry Sloan.”
“Wise's latest charity endeavor is Wednesday at the D.C. Improv, with the doors opening at 6: 30 and the public humiliation beginning at 8.”
“Wise's co-host, Holden Kushner, later said Laich had been pulled over, although I'm told that Laich had pulled over to do the interview and the cop was merely telling him he was in a no-parking zone.”
“Then on Thursday, a killer interview with Brooks Laich on Mike Wise's 106.7 The Fan show ended early when Laich was approached by police.”
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