Day Three! Here are some notes on this issue of The Shorthorn:
Clint Utley’s tease to the women’s basketball story: “33 points in 35 minutes.” It is specific, completely unique to that story, and makes me want to read more. Great!
Andrew Buckley’s women’s basketball photo on Page 4. The action is wonderful, and you can feel the emotion from each player. It must have been hard to choose just one – check out the online gallery with more photos. Great work.
“They call them free throws for a reason.” (Clint Utley’s Lumberjacks ax Mavericks, Page 4) Clint’s lede sums up the story well – the Mavericks handed SFA a win by missing their shots (SFA made most of theirs). With a low-scoring first half, the free throws were key. Nice work!
Best thing in today’s paper:
The cover of Pulse, a painting by illustrator/graphic artist Sharese Ford done. The colors are wonderful, and it’s a different approach to the stock show coverage, which is usually cowboy on bull. Nice job, Sharese.