About David Williams
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- Sports Content Editor
10/09/2007 - current
Williams: If Lance Armstrong is guilty, he's not fooling himself
Published 08/26/2012 at midnight
Even if we get away with our sins and crimes, we know what we did.
David Williams: It's time for SEC football to take a tumble
Published 08/19/2012 at midnight
Somebody save us from the SEC!
David Williams: Despite NBA free agent snubs, Memphis finds a way
Published 07/15/2012 at midnight
So, as NBA free-agent prime destinations go, Memphis isn't one.
David Williams: College football's new playoff deeply flawed
Published 07/01/2012 at midnight
What will change, in any substantive way, once the four-team playoff takes effect in the 2014 season?
David Williams: David Stern rattles Memphis' cage
Published 06/17/2012 at midnight
Should NBA commissioner David Stern's comments about the Grizzlies last week put our minds at ease -- or our nerves on edge?
David Williams: Remembering Tyson-Lewis bout, which brought world to Memphis
Published 06/10/2012 at midnight
Lennox "The Lion" Lewis vs. "Iron" Mike Tyson for the world heavyweight championship, June 8, 2002, in The Pyramid. "The biggest sporting event in Memphis history," we called it at the time -- no qualifiers, no hedging.
David Williams: Don't let me be misunderstood
Published 05/27/2012 at midnight
So, like I was saying last week, Rudy Gay is under-appreciated and unfairly criticized and --
David Williams: Football is brutal, but we love it
Published 05/13/2012 at midnight
I'm with the William Faulkner character who said about football, "I hear it ain't much different from actual fighting."
David Williams: No rush to decide about AutoZone Park
Published 04/15/2012 at midnight
A couple of years ago, in one of our occasional reports on the financial struggles of the Redbirds and AutoZone Park, we asked Rita Sparks, former Memphis Redbirds Baseball Foundation president, for her theory.
David Williams: Question with no answer: City in stadium business?
Published 04/08/2012 at midnight
Every few years, someone will ask the question: Should the city of Memphis be in the stadium business?
What's up with those Grizzlies-Hollins "philosophical differences"? -- and other burning questions
Published 06/05/2013 at 4:01 p.m.
On Hollins' radio tour, Joerger's coach-in-waiting status, and more -- we asked, beat reporter Ronald Tillery answered.
After University of Memphis loses at Xavier, Tigers take lumps in national perception
Published 02/27/2013 at 1:40 p.m.
CBSSports.com's Goodman says U of M blew a chance to "show it could beat a real team."
David Williams: Fair or not, Rudy Gay is the Grizzlies' fall guy
Published 05/20/2012 at midnight
A week later, you can't have a conversation with another Memphian without hearing it: the Grizzlies need to get rid of Rudy Gay.
Sunday best: Brain candy for inquisitive sports fans
Published 09/11/2011 at midnight
What a week, huh? From the conference realignment saga to the probation -- sort of -- for a prominent local prep football team, to the resumption of talks aimed at ending the NBA lockout, there's been plenty of news.
Sunday's Best: College football's here! Can we talk?
Published 08/28/2011 at midnight
I know, I know. It's a lot y'all's favorite time of year -- college football season. How about I meet your enthusiasm halfway? Rah! Humbug!
Sunday Best: College football is fixable -- here's how
Published 08/14/2011 at midnight
What would you do if you were the king of college football, for just five minutes? In today's column, we put the question to three of our reporters.
Sunday Best: Kyle Veazey brings Memphis state of mind
Published 07/03/2011 at midnight
Twitter followers of sports reporter Kyle Veazey -- and there are enough to pretty much fill Tad Smith Coliseum -- may have noticed a recent gap of 16 days without a tweet.
SUNDAY'S BEST: NBA draft off our radar, and that's OK
Published 06/19/2011 at midnight
You miss it, don't you? The NBA draft, I mean. When it mattered to Memphis, that is. When it was our postseason.
Sunday Best: Baseball, ballads go hand in hand
Published 04/24/2011 at midnight
There's something about baseball that just hits us funny, knocks us woozy, brings out the poet in us, the artist, makes us want to break out into song.
Sunday's best: College basketball matters in this city
Published 03/20/2011 at midnight
Does college basketball matter? The question was asked last Sunday on the cover of The New York Times Magazine.
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