Among the most impressive accomplishments in a life full of them for ex-Vikings great Alan Page is this: He simultaneously played for the Vikings and attended law school at the U of M.

David Huey, a former law school classmate of Page, recently submitted a great story about one his fondest memories of that time: when Page played a Monday night game in San Francisco in 1976 and still went to a 9 a.m. Tuesday law class back at the U. Huey said he was tired from watching the game and considered skipping class. Page made him (and anyone else tired today?) think otherwise.

the future Read at a fascinating piece about how surveillance technology developed by the NFL could impact future workplaces.

remembering Chuck Klosterman has a nice tribute to Moses Malone and the art of rebounding, in the wake of Malone's death, at