Do any of you guys read the LA Times and get the feeling that their coverage of the LAG is fluff? I read the LAT and all I can think of is, if the Lakers, Trojans, Angels or Dodgers were going through this type of season, 3 pages of the Sports Section would be dedicate to "Heads Should Roll," "Becks is Washed Up" "Yallop Should be Canned" "Lalas Go Back to Picking the Guitar" and "Donovan Stinks" type articles. Indeed, you know there would be full page spreads on the locker room in-fighthing and rumors about who is losing their jobs. Even if you do not believe any of that, you know the writers would be writing this type of stuff. The only coverage really has to do with basics of the game (who scored and the final score) and the color of Beckham's hair do with the obligatory photo of Beckham heading the ball or getting blown away on the bad end of a 50-50 ball against Chivas. Nice reporting there, LAT. The crazy thing is that they spend more time writing about these types of articles on the Mexican national team, Brazil, Messi (today), Dos Santos, etc. Just wondering if any of you out there think the same thing when you pick up the LA Times.