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Joan Vennochi

A big fumble

Head coach Bill Belichick alluded to his 'interpretation of the rules' yesterday and then apologized 'to everyone who has been affected.' Head coach Bill Belichick alluded to his "interpretation of the rules" yesterday and then apologized "to everyone who has been affected." (Michael Dwyer/Associated Press)
By Joan Vennochi
Globe Columnist / September 13, 2007

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SAY IT ain't so, Bill. In 2002, I wrote these fawning words about New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick: "He is a leader, without the swagger, selfishness, and pomposity that so many men in business, politics, and sports embrace as an entitlement of their gender and position." (Full article: 727 words)

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