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Brad Rock
Brad Rock, a.k.a. "Rockmonster," has been a sports columnist at the Deseret News since 1994. Prior to that he worked as a beat writer, covering the Utah Jazz (1990-94). He has covered the Super Bowl, NCAA Final Four, NBA Finals, world title fights and the Olympics. Rock's career began at the Gallup (NM) Independent. He has won dozens of local and national writing awards and has authored three books. His experience includes writing articles for numerous national publications, as well as syndicated radio advertising copy. He has also taught sports writing for five years on the major university level.

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Former Cougar could well follow the path of his father to foreign lands. Marty Haws says there is much to be said for that.
Shooters and scorers are great, but forcing opponents to play defense longer and harder would make for an intriguing battle between Golden State and Cleveland.
All-girls league is a logical idea, but for a game already with safety worries, this might not be the time to bring more kids into the fray.
A shorter season would almost certainly mean smaller paychecks. But it would also mean fewer injuries, more rest and better games. It would be worth it to both fans and players.
Also, a Rock On question for former RSL coach Jason Kreis.
Youthful Daniel Hazan says his agency represents the new wave in sports representation. And yes, he understands social media.
It's time for the Cougars to go back to the future with the conference that gives them a better chance to play in an important bowl.
Also, Tiger Woods takes a break from those near and dear.
Utah A.D. Chris Hill still holds the cards and won't entertain playing games in November against the Cougars.
West Jordan native's sense of humor belied his power in the ring.