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By Steve Rudman | Published November 19, 2011 | Full size is 590 × 393 pixels

Former WSU quarterback Ryan Leaf, still serving his five-year sentence, is the subject of a harrowing feature in the Sept. Issue of Playboy Magazine / Wiki Commons

Former WSU quarterback Ryan Leaf, still serving his five-year sentence, is the subject of a harrowing feature in the Sept. Issue of Playboy Magazine / Wiki Commons

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  • Steve

    This is beautifully written! Well done.

    • Art Thiel

      Thanks Steve. It was fun to be in Russell’s presence.

  • Steve

    This is beautifully written! Well done.

    • Art Thiel

      Thanks Steve. It was fun to be in Russell’s presence.

  • Tim mchugh

    Art, you are a poet.  Beautifully written and I’m so glad you’re still the voice of the thinking NW sports fan. 

    • Art Thiel

      Thanks for the good words, Tim. Please pass the word to all your peeps!

  • Tim mchugh

    Art, you are a poet.  Beautifully written and I’m so glad you’re still the voice of the thinking NW sports fan. 

    • Art Thiel

      Thanks for the good words, Tim. Please pass the word to all your peeps!

  • Pharmening

    Ah!!!  THE ambassador/legend of sports; a four decade resident of the NW.  I still remember seeing my first TV (much later replay) of Boston’s Russell and Cousy vs Wilt Chamberlin with the Minnesota Lakers in the NBA championship game in 1957, of course in black and white.  I think that was the NBA’s first television game.  I could be mistaken there.  I watched it in North Bend WA.  Man, I’m not that much younger than those guys (by a decade).  

  • Pharmening

    Ah!!!  THE ambassador/legend of sports; a four decade resident of the NW.  I still remember seeing my first TV (much later replay) of Boston’s Russell and Cousy vs Wilt Chamberlin with the Minnesota Lakers in the NBA championship game in 1957, of course in black and white.  I think that was the NBA’s first television game.  I could be mistaken there.  I watched it in North Bend WA.  Man, I’m not that much younger than those guys (by a decade).