Frank Deford, NPR's Longtime Philosopher Of Sports, Dies At 78
The sportswriter was a mainstay on Morning Edition for 37 years, applying his keen wit and incisive eye to games of every stripe. Deford died Sunday, just weeks after hanging up his cleats with NPR.
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