You can find some of his pieces archived on the internet, and there are several books you can check out as well.
Rick Reilly column on becoming the new baseball commissioner
Rick Reilly's column on "tattletexting" at games
Rick Reilly on Ron Elway
Rick Reilly--a behind-the-scenes look at the half-time show at the Super Bowl
One (of many) of his columns that is memorable is about kids' games. Now that dodgeball and Red Rover are no longer allowed in schools, he proposed new "politically correct" games, games where everyone would feel like a
I'm sorry, but what's going on?
In life, are we going to always be surrounded by people who make us feel all warm and fuzzy? At the end of the day, no matter how mediocre--or substandard--our performance is, will it be proclaimed as marvelous? Do we live in a world where we automatically win every competition?
I think not.