NY Times best seller Author
ROBERT WEINTRAUB bleeds orange, both because of his inexplicable passion for the Cincinnati Bengals (he grew up in suburban New York, not Ohio) and because of his alma mater, Syracuse University. Robert is a regular contributor to The New York Times and writes their college football previews. He also pens a media column for the Columbia Journalism Review, and writes for ESPN/Grantland, Slate, The Guardian, and many others. His is the is the author of the New York Times bestseller No Better Friend: One Man, One Dog, and their Extraordinary Story of Courage, The House That Ruth Built: A New Yankee Stadium, the First Championship, The Victory Season: World War II, The Homecoming, and the Birth of Baseball's Golden Age, and the Redemption of 1923, was published in 2011. He lives with his family in Decatur, Georgia.
Robert Weintraub's look at the second week of college football examines how a classic rivalry will take on a new look thanks to dynamic quarterback play and why Alabama looks like the best team in the nation.
In this AFC North season review: The Steelers threw too much, the Bengals didn't throw enough; the Ravens' defense showed signs of age, and the Browns showed signs of life -- barely -- by the end of the season.
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