Gregg Doyel made a big move in 2014 to leave CBS Sports and go back to the newspaper world he once left. Six years later, he’s still there and killing it, and today we caught up to talk about his life during quarantine, his incredible family story, the importance of humility at an insecure time, how he feels about his move to Indiana, and some REAL sports, including the Indy 500. The it’s on to the NCAA and NFL, and the institutional problems at the heart of some of their recent moves.

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Gregg’s story about the poverty his father and grandmother endured

A list of columns that won Gregg first place in the 2020 Associated Press writing contest

Gregg on the NFL’s bizarre diversity enforcement move

Gregg on the NCAA’s new infraction investigative body

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