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Heath Shuler
07-12-2012, 09:39 PM
I'm excited to announce I'll be joining the Houston Chronicle next month to cover the NFL and @HoustonTexans with a focus on enterprise.

Tania Ganguli


https://twitter.com/taniaganguli



former Jaguars beat writer for the Florida Times-Union.

Allstar
07-12-2012, 09:43 PM
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EllisUnit
07-12-2012, 10:29 PM
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i like her already :hurrah:

badboy
07-12-2012, 10:50 PM
Really? Just what are her qualifications? signed Anna Mae

PapaL
07-12-2012, 11:11 PM
Does she have a crazy eye?!?

badboy
07-12-2012, 11:19 PM
Does she have a crazy eye?!?Nah, she's looking at you and an escape route.

Premier
07-12-2012, 11:22 PM
i had an argument on twitter with this chick, about how duane browns punch was not a punch on clint sessions.. she kept calling him a dirty player and that the video clearly showed duane brown taking a swing.. then the NFL renounced the fine on duane and she didnt have much to say..

badboy
07-12-2012, 11:29 PM
i had an argument on twitter with this chick, about how duane browns punch was not a punch on clint sessions.. she kept calling him a dirty player and that the video clearly showed duane brown taking a swing.. then the NFL renounced the fine on duane and she didnt have much to say..Ah,everyone has an opinion on everything. Let's give her a chance.

DBCooper
07-12-2012, 11:38 PM
Steph, extend the welcome wagon and invite her to the board.

The Medic01
07-13-2012, 12:36 AM
hopefully this is the first of a very short process to firing John McClame. Whenever i complain about none of the networks talking about anybody but the Cowboys Packers and the East Coast teams someone says just use the local paper or something. Then I tell them who our writer is and they shutup.

Mr. White
07-13-2012, 01:02 AM
hopefully this is the first of a very short process to firing John McClame. Whenever i complain about none of the networks talking about anybody but the Cowboys Packers and the East Coast teams someone says just use the local paper or something. Then I tell them who our writer is and they shutup.

Or turn off ESPN and turn on NFL Network. The Texans get plenty of run on NFLN. Sometimes you'll even see an old walrus named McClain talking about the House of Pain or Pastorini or Bum Philips on the Top 10 Show.

Or if you watch Total Access, you'll see interviews with guys like Foster, Watt, or Cushing. They even get em miked up during the games sometimes.

Mr. White
07-13-2012, 01:17 AM
Nah, she's looking at you and an escape route.

LMAO'ed at this one. And I thought I heard em all. Good stuff badboy.

Playoffs
07-13-2012, 09:47 AM
Nah, she's looking at you and an escape route.
He shoots, he scores. Rep.

TexansFanatic
07-13-2012, 10:36 AM
Nah, she's looking at you and an escape route.

Damn, dude, that's seriously good. Very well played.

(msr)

SheTexan
07-13-2012, 10:47 AM
Geeeeezzzzz! The local ragsheet continues to disappoint. What the hell does "focus on enterprise" mean!?

Thorn
07-13-2012, 10:51 AM
Ah,everyone has an opinion on everything. Let's give her a chance.

Yep. Let's give her a chance and see what she does. If she turns out to be either bad or good, she'll hear about either way. :lol:

IDEXAN
07-13-2012, 10:56 AM
So is this so McClain can have more time covering the Titans, developing his "film career", etc. Maybe unlike McClain she might actually know something about football ? I did like McClains stories about the Oilers back in the day, they could be entertaining.

CloakNNNdagger
07-13-2012, 11:22 AM
She also used to be an Orlando Sentinel sports reporter.

Times-Union reporter arrested on 911 misuse charge
Posted: March 24, 2012 - 5:43pm | Updated: March 26, 2012 - 5:56pm
By Timothy J. Gibbons

UPDATE: On Monday afternoon, Jacksonville Beach police chief Bruce Thomason said his officer was wrong in filing the charge against Tania Ganguli.

A Florida Times-Union Jaguars beat reporter was arrested early Saturday for misusing the 911 system following a disturbance at a Jacksonville Beach bar.

Police were called to the Brix Tap House around 2 a.m. Saturday. Tania Ganguli, 27, of the 2300 block of Riverside Avenue, told an officer an employee of the business had pushed her to the ground, according to a police report.

The officer determined her complaint was unfounded, a decision Ganguli disagreed with. She then called 911, the report says, and asked for other officers to assist.

As she continued to "yell into the phone at the 911 dispatcher," the report says, she was arrested and then taken to the Duval County jail. She was released later Saturday.



Follow up:

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crime (http://deadspin.com/tania-ganguli/)
By Jack Dickey
Mar 26, 2012 5:20 PM


A Jaguars Beat Writer Spent Friday Night In Jail After Allegedly Berating Cops At A Bar (And On The Phone) [UPDATE: Tania Freed!]
Jack Dickey

See update at 5:55 p.m.

We (and other outlets) quoted a bunch today from Florida Times-Union reporter Tania Ganguli's interview with Jaguars owner Shad Khan. Little did we know that Ganguli filed her copy after a rough weekend.

According to Ganguli's own paper, Jacksonville police dropped by the Brix Taphouse—which Deadspin's Jacksonville bureau chief Tim Burke describes as "a place that pretends to be fancy but is just another drunken beach establishment like all the others"—at 2 a.m., after Ganguli told an officer that a bar employee had pushed her to the ground.

Then, explains her own paper:

The officer determined her complaint was unfounded, a decision Ganguli disagreed with. She then called 911, the report says, and asked for other officers to assist.

As she continued to "yell into the phone at the 911 dispatcher," the report says, she was arrested and taken to the Duval County jail. She was released later Saturday.

And, by Monday, she had written the day's biggest NFL story and kept mum on Twitter. Follow your dreams, kids!

UPDATE (5:55 p.m.): Jacksonville police just announced they won't charge Ganguli for whatever happened Friday night, the Times-Union reports. They have also apologized to Ganguli.

More:

According to Police Chief Bruce Thomason, a charge of misusing 911 is rare enough that he reviewed the arrest report. Then he listened to her the 911 call, and decided not to press charges.

"It did not match up in my opinion with what was in the report," Thomason said. "I didn't believe she showed the obvious signs of intoxication that the officer indicated in his report; I did not hear the yelling.

The arc of the moral universe is long but it bends toward justice.


Like someone said, everyone has an opinion............

Playoffs
07-13-2012, 11:38 AM
She also used to be an Orlando Sentinel sports reporter.

Follow up:

Like someone said, everyone has an opinion............Next!: Tania Ganguli interviews Adrian Peterson -- Chron reporter compares notes with AP on police brutality in bars

GP
07-13-2012, 11:55 AM
How do these people get hired for such jobs?????????????

I'm amazed. Truly, genuinely amazed.

CloakNNNdagger
07-13-2012, 12:10 PM
FWI: She was the Magic beat writer and the Nascar writer when she wrote for the Orlando Sentinel.

rush2112mn
07-13-2012, 01:53 PM
Bring Brooke Bentley back....

ChampionTexan
07-13-2012, 02:01 PM
I've followed her on Twitter for about as long as I've been on Twitter (a couple of years or so), and she seems to be a pretty good reporter.

Looking forward to seeing how things go when she starts on the Texans beat.

beerlover
07-13-2012, 02:32 PM
Texans are about to go viral :specnatz:

hookinreds
07-13-2012, 04:28 PM
Dwight Howard is hittin' that and had to get her a gig before he decides to play for the Rockets.

False Start
07-13-2012, 08:37 PM
Bring Brooke Bentley back....

I second this! :love:

BullBlitz
07-13-2012, 09:30 PM
How do these people get hired for such jobs?????????????

I'm amazed. Truly, genuinely amazed.

Why? Doesn't she look like she knows a lot about football? I can't wait to read what she has to say.

GP
07-14-2012, 01:25 PM
Morey finally got a superstar, from Orlando, to relocate to Houston.

Genius. Rack him.

GP
07-14-2012, 01:27 PM
Why? Doesn't she look like she knows a lot about football? I can't wait to read what she has to say.

I'll leave the heavy lifting to Texans Chick. She's the Chron's best Texans reporter and isn't really a full-fledged reporter with them.

She can blog on opinions AND on real news better than any of 'em, well I think Alan Burge is up there on that level too. Texans fans--THE TRUE FANS--will always do a better job of giving us the skinny on things.

This lady is not a Texans fan. So it's sort of "meh" to me.

DX-TEX
07-14-2012, 01:30 PM
I'll leave the heavy lifting to Texans Chick. She's the Chron's best Texans reporter and isn't really a full-fledged reporter with them.

She can blog on opinions AND on real news better than any of 'em, well I think Alan Burge is up there on that level too. Texans fans--THE TRUE FANS--will always do a better job of giving us the skinny on things.

This lady is not a Texans fan. So it's sort of "meh" to me.

Good. Thats how a reporter should be.

GP
07-14-2012, 01:32 PM
Good. Thats how a reporter should be.

A genuine question her: So you don't think Alan Burge or Stephanie Stradley, being two really big time Texans fans, are capable of reporting on the Texans in an objective manner?

I think they've been pretty objective. They're not going to gash the Texans, it's certainly low-class to do such thing (ala Richard Justice), but they are often very blatantly honest about their analysis. And, they stay factual throughout it all. Yes, they might give the occasional rah-rah report by interviewing a player and keeping it light..but still.

It takes a lot of discipline to do so, but those two people (IMO) have done so. They're credible in their efforts.

SheTexan
07-14-2012, 01:39 PM
This lady is not a Texans fan. So it's sort of "meh" to me.

My opinion exactly!! WHY do we need her? Maybe she will buy herself a brush before she goes before our TEXAN camera's. She is tacky as, well, I'll keep that comparison to myself! The Chronicle is a crap newspaper anyway, so why do I care! :) Except for Steph, I could care less about that ragsheet.

thunderkyss
07-14-2012, 02:21 PM
She also used to be an Orlando Sentinel sports reporter.




Follow up:


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crime
By Jack Dickey
Mar 26, 2012 5:20 PM


A Jaguars Beat Writer Spent Friday Night In Jail After Allegedly Berating Cops At A Bar (And On The Phone) [UPDATE: Tania Freed!]
Jack Dickey

See update at 5:55 p.m.

We (and other outlets) quoted a bunch today from Florida Times-Union reporter Tania Ganguli's interview with Jaguars owner Shad Khan. Little did we know that Ganguli filed her copy after a rough weekend.

According to Ganguli's own paper, Jacksonville police dropped by the Brix Taphouse—which Deadspin's Jacksonville bureau chief Tim Burke describes as "a place that pretends to be fancy but is just another drunken beach establishment like all the others"—at 2 a.m., after Ganguli told an officer that a bar employee had pushed her to the ground.

Then, explains her own paper:

Quote:
The officer determined her complaint was unfounded, a decision Ganguli disagreed with. She then called 911, the report says, and asked for other officers to assist.

As she continued to "yell into the phone at the 911 dispatcher," the report says, she was arrested and taken to the Duval County jail. She was released later Saturday.
And, by Monday, she had written the day's biggest NFL story and kept mum on Twitter. Follow your dreams, kids!

UPDATE (5:55 p.m.): Jacksonville police just announced they won't charge Ganguli for whatever happened Friday night, the Times-Union reports. They have also apologized to Ganguli.

More:

Quote:
According to Police Chief Bruce Thomason, a charge of misusing 911 is rare enough that he reviewed the arrest report. Then he listened to her the 911 call, and decided not to press charges.

"It did not match up in my opinion with what was in the report," Thomason said. "I didn't believe she showed the obvious signs of intoxication that the officer indicated in his report; I did not hear the yelling.
The arc of the moral universe is long but it bends toward justice.


Like someone said, everyone has an opinion............

Just out of curiosity. What would be the correct way to handle such a situation?

DX-TEX
07-14-2012, 02:32 PM
A genuine question her: So you don't think Alan Burge or Stephanie Stradley, being two really big time Texans fans, are capable of reporting on the Texans in an objective manner?

I think they've been pretty objective. They're not going to gash the Texans, it's certainly low-class to do such thing (ala Richard Justice), but they are often very blatantly honest about their analysis. And, they stay factual throughout it all. Yes, they might give the occasional rah-rah report by interviewing a player and keeping it light..but still.

It takes a lot of discipline to do so, but those two people (IMO) have done so. They're credible in their efforts.

I should have went into more detail. Burge and Steph are bloggers and I have no issue with them being fans and follow both of them. But an official reporter should not have fan allegiances so they will ask the tough questions when things are going bad. Something Houston media has lacked for years.


Why shouldnt the Texans be bashed? The past few years have showed us that at times they should be.

BullBlitz
07-14-2012, 03:15 PM
I should have went into more detail. Burge and Steph are bloggers and I have no issue with them being fans and follow both of them. But an official reporter should not have fan allegiances so they will ask the tough questions when things are going bad. Something Houston media has lacked for years.


Why shouldnt the Texans be bashed? The past few years have showed us that at times they should be.

I don't think that they ought to be bashed for no reason, but objective discussion (which is impossible to get on this Board, for the most part) is always interesting, because no team is perfect and no team has a lock on anything - including a winning season.

So if she has some objective criticism, that's professionalism.

Corrosion
07-14-2012, 03:38 PM
Steph, extend the welcome wagon and invite her to the board.

Just what we need , the chron regurgitating "our" thoughts and idea's .... Ive seen many articles there that were borderline plagiarism over the years.

(not saying TC has done this - but "other individuals" have.)

GP
07-14-2012, 03:45 PM
Just out of curiosity. What would be the correct way to handle such a situation?

Not be in a bar at 2 a.m messing with cops and the 911 system, maybe????

There sure is an outbreak of abusive people who are harassing innocent "sober" patrons at 2 a.m. in a bar setting!

This is what I'm talking about. OCCAM'S RAZOR. I know it sounds cool to say that, but it's true: What is the most likely reason for an outcome? That's probably the answer right there.

Adrian Peterson and Infamous Journalism Lady. Victims of injustice. :(

drunkcookie
07-14-2012, 04:02 PM
Not be in a bar at 2 a.m messing with cops and the 911 system, maybe????

There sure is an outbreak of abusive people who are harassing innocent "sober" patrons at 2 a.m. in a bar setting!

This is what I'm talking about. OCCAM'S RAZOR. I know it sounds cool to say that, but it's true: What is the most likely reason for an outcome? That's probably the answer right there.

Adrian Peterson and Infamous Journalism Lady. Victims of injustice. :(

It's silly really... A mouthy drunk in a bar? No way!

Why do you think cops go to bars? In most states -- if not all -- bars are not considered private property.. if you're at a bar and above .08 BAC, you're breaking the law (Public Intoxication).

The law is the biggest problem, not the LEOs or people being drunk in a bar.

GP
07-14-2012, 06:04 PM
It's silly really... A mouthy drunk in a bar? No way!

Why do you think cops go to bars? In most states -- if not all -- bars are not considered private property.. if you're at a bar and above .08 BAC, you're breaking the law (Public Intoxication).

The law is the biggest problem, not the LEOs or people being drunk in a bar.

Bars are like shooting ducks in a barrel. Easy prey.

Solution: Don't get ****-faced in one and then do stupid stuff like shoving LEOs or calling 911 when you shouldn't, and don't walk out unless you can call a cab or blow under .08 whichever you choose.

The law is not the problem, the inability of people to honor the law is the problem. And even though she was not charged, she still was incapable of understanding she had a bad idea when she called 911 to resolve an issue that a cop had just said was not an issue.

Drunk people make bad choices. That's the truest statement in the world.

We agree on a lot, just not this topic. LOL. Anyways, this thread is devolving into a NSZ topic pretty quick.

drunkcookie
07-14-2012, 06:22 PM
It's silly really... A mouthy drunk in a bar? No way!

Why do you think cops go to bars? In most states -- if not all -- bars are not considered private property.. if you're at a bar and above .08 BAC, you're breaking the law (Public Intoxication).

The law is the biggest problem, not the LEOs or people being drunk in a bar.

and don't walk out unless you can call a cab or blow under .08 whichever you choose.



Actually being in the bar drunk is a PI...i've gotten a DOC (language) inside of a bar, calmly telling my friend to "stfu" because he was startin mess with the cops (who instigated, btw)... A night in jail and a fine for dropping an f-bomb in a bar...

infantrycak
07-14-2012, 06:32 PM
Actually being in the bar drunk is a PI...

You may have gotten busted for it but no simply being drunk in a bar does not satisfy the penal code for a PI which requires you be intoxicated enough to be a danger to yourself or others.

drunkcookie
07-14-2012, 06:45 PM
You may have gotten busted for it but no simply being drunk in a bar does not satisfy the penal code for a PI which requires you be intoxicated enough to be a danger to yourself or others.

Yep..that last part is very loose.. i just paid the fine and got it done with, which looking back was the wrong thing to do...not enough people "not-guilty" the charge, which is why they give the tickets out like candy at a parade...

robroy72
07-14-2012, 08:12 PM
How do these people get hired for such jobs?????????????

I'm amazed. Truly, genuinely amazed.

She was offered the post via text message from Brett Favre

nero THE zero
07-14-2012, 09:06 PM
I should have went into more detail. Burge and Steph are bloggers and I have no issue with them being fans and follow both of them. But an official reporter should not have fan allegiances so they will ask the tough questions when things are going bad. Something Houston media has lacked for years.


Why shouldnt the Texans be bashed? The past few years have showed us that at times they should be.

Heh. Far be it from AJ to "bash" the Texans when they do something dumb and/or play poorly.

GP
07-14-2012, 10:48 PM
She was offered the post via text message from Brett Favre

LOL!!!

Little did she know it was McClain texting and not Favre. Doh!

drunkcookie
07-14-2012, 10:54 PM
LOL!!!

Little did she know it was McClain texting and not Favre. Doh!

Lol

"Did i mention i'm an insider with the Texans? I know everything they're gunna do...

...i was shocked when they released Eric Winston."

Yankee_In_TX
07-15-2012, 12:52 AM
LOL!!!

Little did she know it was McClain texting and not Favre. Doh!

Hahahahahah

mussop
07-15-2012, 01:53 AM
My opinion exactly!! WHY do we need her? Maybe she will buy herself a brush before she goes before our TEXAN camera's. She is tacky as, well, I'll keep that comparison to myself! The Chronicle is a crap newspaper anyway, so why do I care! :) Except for Steph, I could care less about that ragsheet.

Why do we need you? I wish you would keep everything to yourself.

infantrycak
07-15-2012, 02:29 AM
Why do we need you? I wish you would keep everything to yourself.

Just got home liquored up after stopping off for 2 for .99 tacos at Jack in the Crack?

GP
07-15-2012, 11:16 PM
Why do we need you? I wish you would keep everything to yourself.

This is not going to end well for you.

LOL.

TexansBlood
07-16-2012, 10:51 AM
This is not going to end well for you.

LOL.

Ill bump the thread, it's monday and im bored at work lol

Corrosion
07-16-2012, 12:09 PM
This is not going to end well for you.

LOL.

Nope it aint .... :shetexan: has a lot of friends here.

TexansFanatic
07-16-2012, 03:26 PM
The 5 W's of Journalism and Police Investigations.

Who did what, when, where, and why?

(who?)new Texans (did what?)beat writer (where?)at chron

That's 3 out of 5.

Playoffs
08-04-2013, 11:18 AM
Onward and upward, I guess...

Tania Ganguli ‏@taniaganguli
I loved the year I spent at the Chronicle, learned so much from too many people to fit here and am so grateful for the opportunities I had.

Some news on my part: I am thrilled to be joining @ESPN to cover the #Texans starting this week.

GoCoogs
08-04-2013, 12:16 PM
Interesting that she will be covering the Texans. I wonder if it will be covering the Texans only. Paul Kuharsky covers the AFC south, but not just one team.

Brisco_County
08-04-2013, 12:56 PM
Good for her. She advances and gets to stay in Houston.

I had always wondered why ESPN didn't have dedicated beat writers. I mean, excluding the entire organization covering New York and Boston teams every day.

ChampionTexan
08-04-2013, 02:25 PM
Interesting that she will be covering the Texans. I wonder if it will be covering the Texans only. Paul Kuharsky covers the AFC south, but not just one team.

Well, this may or may not be the case, but Kuharsky's pretty much ESPN.com only, and you seldom if ever see him on TV. Based on the way she worded it, that doesn't appear to be the case with Tania.

I think this is a positive development. I've liked Tania's work since she's been here(Arian calf/hamstring mixup aside), and this is the first time (to my knowledge) that there's been a nationally based reporter with a Texans background. Yeah, she's probably got more time in with the Jags, but a.) She said she would be covering the Texans, and b.) Nobody cares about the Jags.

DX-TEX
08-04-2013, 02:38 PM
Interesting that she will be covering the Texans. I wonder if it will be covering the Texans only. Paul Kuharsky covers the AFC south, but not just one team.

Well, this may or may not be the case, but Kuharsky's pretty much ESPN.com only, and you seldom if ever see him on TV. Based on the way she worded it, that doesn't appear to be the case with Tania.

I think this is a positive development. I've liked Tania's work since she's been here(Arian calf/hamstring mixup aside), and this is the first time (to my knowledge) that there's been a nationally based reporter with a Texans background. Yeah, she's probably got more time in with the Jags, but a.) She said she would be covering the Texans, and b.) Nobody cares about the Jags.

ESPN did a press release that all teams starting this season, would each have their own blogger/writer. They did a study and the readership for each team was worth the extra cost except for one: the Jaguars.

http://www.thebiglead.com/index.php/2013/06/10/espn-com-is-hiring-beat-writers-for-every-nfl-team/

Playoffs
08-04-2013, 03:33 PM
ESPN did a press release that all teams starting this season, would each have their own blogger/writer. They did a study and the readership for each team was worth the extra cost except for one: the Jaguars.Now that's funny. :lol:

ChampionTexan
08-04-2013, 03:52 PM
ESPN did a press release that all teams starting this season, would each have their own blogger/writer. They did a study and the readership for each team was worth the extra cost except for one: the Jaguars.

http://www.thebiglead.com/index.php/2013/06/10/espn-com-is-hiring-beat-writers-for-every-nfl-team/

So they hired 31 new writers and bought a tarp.

TheMatrix31
08-05-2013, 03:23 AM
She was okay. Kinda rude on Twitter.

nero THE zero
08-05-2013, 07:55 AM
She was okay. Kinda rude on Twitter.

I never got that impression.

I thought she was great and was the best thing the Chronicle had going for them.

SAMURAITEXAN
08-05-2013, 08:03 AM
I never got that impression.

I thought she was great and was the best thing the Chronicle had going for them.

The above is a reason why she is moving on. There's a requirement to be Chronicle writer (This does not require for blogger) which is you must be over 300lbs.

Heath Shuler
08-05-2013, 08:39 AM
Brian T. Smith ‏@ChronAstros 19h

Thrilled to announce I'll soon be covering @HoustonTexans for @HoustonChron, joining @McClain_on_NFL and @sportywineguy on the beat. #NFL

Brian T. Smith ‏@ChronAstros 18h

Astros off/on through September. Then Texans full time

Tania didn't last long.

I guess we will see how the baseball guy does.

Heath Shuler
08-06-2013, 08:53 AM
Brian T. Smith
Brian T. Smith
@ChronBrianSmith

Houston Texans, Astros beat writer for the Houston Chronicle. Former NBA (Jazz, Blazers) beat writer. brian.smith@chron.com

Houston · chron.com/texans


https://twitter.com/ChronBrianSmith


the new guy

Playoffs
08-06-2013, 09:06 AM
https://twitter.com/ChronBrianSmith

the new guySo he's the Astros and the Texans beat writer(s)?

Heath Shuler
08-06-2013, 09:08 AM
So he's the Astros and the Texans beat writer(s)?

I think he said something along the lines of doing both until the end of baseball season or until the chron hired a new guy for baseball.

DX-TEX
08-06-2013, 09:11 AM
So he's the Astros and the Texans beat writer(s)?

Well to be honest there isn't much to discuss when talking about the Astros.

Jackie Chiles
08-06-2013, 09:28 AM
I'm sure not too many have been following the Astros this year but Brian Smith has been doing a fantastic job covering them imo. Was looking forward to reading him as the team becomes competitive. I am not optimistic the next guy/gal will be as good but as long as we keep him in town and covering the Texans I suppose I will manage.

nero THE zero
08-07-2013, 08:45 AM
https://twitter.com/ChronBrianSmith


the new guy

Ouch. Anyone that has anything to do with the Utah Jazz has a lot to prove to me.

Tania did well to get the Jags stain off her name quickly. Getting the Jazz stain off you name is like another universe of difficulty.