I'm a faithful reader of the sports section of the Boston Globe, Dead-Trees Edition, and I can tell you that it's been weeks since there's been anything on the Revs, beyond the occasional one line buried in the sports miscellany on Page 2. Now, I don't know, maybe the Globe never covered the Revs with any assiduity, but it's just struck me recently how thin the coverage is. Sure, the Revs are fifth in line behind the Red Sox, Patriots, Bruins and Celtics, but does that mean they're entitled to absolutely nothing? There's obviously a chicken-and-egg problem at work here: what comes first, the coverage or the fan base? If I'm Kraft, I resolve the conundrum thusly: "Hey, Boston Globe -- want your privileged access to the Patriots to continue? Then cover my soccer team." That wouldn't be illegal, or immoral, or even particularly fattening. And Boston is clearly an outlier here in its minimalist coverage. Have a look, for example, at the Kansas City Star's website, and its soccer coverage. Nothing to write home about, but there are at least a couple of bits from the last few days. Now, compare that to Boston.com's soccer news. What do you see there? "Heaps Rebuilding," from December 27; "Decisions to Make," October 3; "Keane Interest," August 23. Heck, they're still on last season! So who to blame here, the Globe, or Kraft? Both, of course -- but at the same time, it's hard in the end not to be struck by Kraft's blamable indifference.