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Grace in losing

I don't like to lose any more than the next person.  But I think that one of the things that makes playing sports so important when you are a kid is learning good sportsmanship.  I've seen a lot of  examples of "bad sportsmanship" lately - and even defense of said "bad sportsmanship" on twitter which makes me sad.

People who can't lose as well as they win - and believe me, I have experience since I have been a Steelers fan all my life at both - will also have problems in many other areas of their life.

Want to know who I think exhibits great sportsmanship and good character? Read here.

Who do you think are good examples on and off the field?

Who do you think are bad example on and off the field?

If you have kids, do you teach them through example?

Do you think having good character and being a good sport have anything to do with some of the problems we've seen in football over the last few years eg Vick/Plax?

Real talk @ BTSC today :)

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