Whether it's pondering Moose McNuggets at the McDonald's in Norway or chasing Lance Armstrong up some mountaintop in France, Gil LeBreton has been entertaining Star-Telegram readers for nearly 30 years. He's covered 21 Super Bowls, 14 Olympic Games (summer and winter), saw Muhammad Ali box, Paul Newman drive a race car and Prince Albert try to steer a bobsled. Gil also once briefly held the WBC Junior Welterweight title belt -- he had to, because the guy he was interviewing, champ Bruce Curry, had to suddenly step into the men's room.
| |Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — A tough schedule has taken the bark out of the Cowboys’ visit.
| |Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014
It’s hard to understand why the Cowboys have offered welcoming arms to the suspended lineman.
| |Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014
Real people, not computers, will make final rankings.
| |Sunday, Nov. 09, 2014
LONDON — Planes, trains, curfews — Cowboys survive London’s call.
| |Saturday, Nov. 08, 2014
LONDON — Owner Jones thinks a London team would work, but he’d prefer to remain a visitor.
| |Friday, Nov. 07, 2014
LONDON — A new agent and a new song are coming from the Cowboys’ Bryant.
| |Thursday, Nov. 06, 2014
LONDON — Owner Jones muses over his “involvement” with the Cowboys.
| |Wednesday, Nov. 05, 2014
LONDON — Backup Brandon Weeden, not recovering Romo, should be Sunday’s choice at starting quarterback.
| |Tuesday, Nov. 04, 2014
LONDON — Jerry Jones’ team and all its baggage are easy pickings for 4-inch headline treatment.
| |Sunday, Nov. 02, 2014
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — The Frogs’ QB had his worst game of the season, but was good when it counted.