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The Syntax of Sports started as a popular course Professor Patrick Barry created for the English Department in 2009. It has grown into a digital library that puts a sports twist on the idea that “To write good sentences, you need to read good sentences.” Enjoy!
(Note: For a broader collection of material, not necessarily focused on sports, check out our parent site, Good Sentences.)
[Important note: Good Sentences does not endorse any of the opinions contained in the sentences in the collection. The only thing we endorse is the elegantly effective way these sentences were constructed.]