Collin Gutman
Gutman: BoSox need offense

Don’t mess with success. There can’t be any more straightforward a rule than that one, yet some people seem to ignore it. Like this year’s […]

Gutman: NBA trading flawed

When the Celtics landed Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen in 2007, they went from bottom feeders to instant championship contenders. The Boston faithful viewed it […]

Gutman: Hockey seniors should be proud

Any discussion of this year’s men’s hockey season has to begin by recognizing what an extraordinary team this group of guys proved to be. They […]

Gutman: Third line the key for Yale

Upon hearing that super-injured superstar forward Sean Backman ’10 would miss the NCAA tournament with a foot injury, I panicked. Other Yale students who have […]

Gutman: Medal hopes rest on Miller

About a month ago, most Americans probably couldn’t name one player on the U.S. Olympic hockey team. Many of the old-guard mainstays like Mike Modano […]

Gutman: Winter Games defy all

The Winter Olympics defy most rules of spectator sports. In almost every sporting event, the fans are in some way able to relate to the […]

Berkowitz and Gutman: Third and long for free speech on CBS

In 1985, President Reagan moved the celebration of his second Inauguration. He did not move it for political purposes or to coincide with the release […]

Gutman: Pro Bowl lacks top players

All-star games are fantastic for the fans. The upcoming NBA All-Star Game provides players an opportunity to take a few days off from the game […]

Gutman: Why do coaches coach?

Why do coaches coach football? To win? For the money? To affect the lives of their players? For a challenge? Different coaches offer different insights […]

Gutman: College is overrated

Who needs college? Brandon Jennings certainly doesn’t. When the NBA announced players would no longer be allowed to declare for the draft straight out of […]

Gutman: NBA keeps top teams winning

I hate change. Things are different after a change. Change tends to scare me. Which is why I love the NBA. Nothing really changes in […]