Updated: July 30, 2012, 2:53 PM ETBy Jay Cronley | Special to ESPN.com
One evening last week, I was sitting at home wondering how it could be hotter here than it was in Cairo, the jungle, or at the equator, while playing the early Pick Four at Penn National.The high temperatures have been more than 100 degrees in Tulsa for longer than most residents can remember. This narrative is not offered as a call to sympathy. It is intended to make you feel better about your afternoons. The forecast for my neighborhood today is 111 degrees and plenty of sunshine. In ...
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