A sport we can live without

Skip Bayless is confused and frustrated. But one thing is sure: he doesn't really like hockey anyway.

Updated: February 18, 2005, 11:51 AM ET
By Skip Bayless | Page 2

You will not finish this column.

In fact, it will hold your attention for only two more paragraphs.

As soon as your eyes cross the name of the sport I'm writing about, they will cross literally. Your central nervous system will send a message flying toward your brain like a puck across ice — he shoots, he snores! The red light over your cerebrum will flash and your hand will involuntarily move the cursor to the "back" arrow.

A moment later, you will be happily mainlining ...

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