Accepting blame is a part of sports

by Gary Shelton on October 16, 2015 · 0 comments

in general, Tampa Bay Bucs, Tampa Bay Lightning

Bishop looks at the scoreboard after Eakin's goal/ANDREW J. KRAMER

Bishop looks at the scoreboard after Eakin's goal/ANDREW J. KRAMER

Friday, 6 a.m.

A great many players will fight you to their last drop of blood.

A great many players will injure themselves in the effort. They will twist and contort and expend their last drop of energy.

What they can not do is admit their shortcomings.

Ever.

For some athletes, there is no mea culpa. Their mouths cannot form the words. Their brains cannot wrap themselves around the concept. Someone may

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