Dick Schaap Quotes

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Dick Schaap quotes: In fifty years of covering the sport, of course Muhammad Ali is by far the dominant figure. In fifty years of covering the sport, of course Muhammad Ali is by far the dominant figure.
Dick Schaap quotes: Sugar Ray Leonard was as close as anyone came after Ali to being Ali, but he wasn't Ali. Sugar Ray Leonard was as close as anyone came after Ali to being Ali, but he wasn't Ali.
Dick Schaap quotes: I just can't believe all the things I did that decade. I just can't believe all the things I did that decade.
Dick Schaap quotes: If I got paid, it was no more than five dollars a column, and I still think I was overpaid. If I got paid, it was no more than five dollars a column, and I still think I was overpaid.
Dick Schaap quotes: I worked with Rocky Graziano and Rocky was certainly a character. I worked with Rocky Graziano and Rocky was certainly a character.
Dick Schaap quotes: My top three were Jim Brown, Wilt Chamberlain and Bo Jackson. My top three were Jim Brown, Wilt Chamberlain and Bo Jackson.
Dick Schaap quotes: Cliches and adjectives permeated my prose. Cliches and adjectives permeated my prose.
Dick Schaap quotes: Golf is a bloodless sport-if you don't count ulcers. Golf is a bloodless sport-if you don't count ulcers.
Dick Schaap quotes: Sportswriters have changed more than sportswriting. Sportswriters have changed more than sportswriting.
Dick Schaap quotes: My writing improved the more I wrote - and the more I read good writing, from Shakespeare on down. My writing improved the more I wrote - and the more I read good writing, from Shakespeare on down.
Dick Schaap quotes: I began learning the sportswriting business very early in life. I began learning the sportswriting business very early in life.
Dick Schaap quotes: I wanted to be a sportswriter because I loved sports and I could not hit the curve ball, the jump shot, or the opposing ball carrier. I wanted to be a sportswriter because I loved sports and I could not hit the curve ball, the jump shot, or the opposing ball carrier.