Drama in Locker Room B: When the Screenwriters Jump Onboard, Maybe Then We'll See a Morality Play in College Sports
SCENE: IT IS AUTUMN, SOME MONTHS INTO THE FUTURE. WE ARE in the men's locker room of a university campus football stadium, somewhere in the U.S. A tone mate figure dad only in football uniform from the waist down sits--knees spread, back stumped--on the long stretch of bench running before an endless wall of Lockers. His forehead rests heavily in his hands, which are propped up by elbows on wide-set thighs. His face is hidden from our view. Helmet and other gear are strewn on the bench, to his side. Sweat runs down his back. There is no one else in sight.
Gradually, in the distance, we hear faintly the sound of two male voices getting closer. Someone is coming. The talk ceases abruptly; we can tell that the two are parting. Shortly, we see a sole figure …
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Publication information: Article title: Drama in Locker Room B: When the Screenwriters Jump Onboard, Maybe Then We'll See a Morality Play in College Sports. Contributors: Not available. Magazine title: University Business. Volume: 7. Issue: 4 Publication date: April 2004. Page number: 9. © 2009 Professional Media Group LLC. COPYRIGHT 2004 Gale Group.
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