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22 Nov 2005
David Halberstam has an interesting piece in today's Washington Post on the life of Steve Belichick, who died of a heart attack Saturday night at the age of 86. (free registration required)
Posted by: P. Ryan Wilson on 22 Nov 2005
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22 Nov 2005, 5:11pm by
Why do we only find out how great some people are after they die? I don't think I had ever heard ANYTHING about Steve Belichick before he died.
How come, after somebody dies.. everyone thinks they're great?
Well, David Halberstam would know a lot about Steve Bellicheck, he released a book about his son.
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