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THREE FOR BART: Work, Drive, Recovery

  1. The Art of Not Working At Work – No comment.
  2. Basketball version of ‘The Drive’ a positive for UA, Athletic Director Greg Byrne says – I mean, color me excited to watch. But fear not, many – if not all – programs will be featured. The thing about these kinds of shows isn’t that they provide that in-depth of a look, but rather the production value. I find that these shows have been put together really well. They tell a nice story. And maybe I’m blurring the lines behind going behind the lines and production, but the interations of such shows have all been quite enjoyable (namely: HBO’s 24/7, Hard Knocks, and the P12N’s The Drive)
  3. Brandon Ashley is over the hurt – I found this to be a surprisingly insightful and open article about Ashley’s recovery from injury. I spoke with him and he didn’t give me nearly this much introspection. I’m also not a terrific asker of questions. Perhaps Medcalf is. Whatever the case, this is a well done one.