Honesty and full disclosure demands I admit to not bowling that frequently, and when I do put on my bowling shoes I usually suck it up. My average is below 100. Which is strange, given my pedigree; my mother has bragged repeatedly that my grandfather once bowled a perfect 300, no easy task.
Anyways, character piece on Jason Campbell in this morning's Post is gushing with praise and anectodes and is well worth the few minutes it takes to tackle the entire article. For instance, did you know that Jason Campbell was a bowler?
Tight end Chris Cooley happened to walk into the establishment in the midst of it all.
"There's all these families and kids, like a neighborhood bowling party, and there's Jason bowling with them," Cooley said. "It was hilarious. That's Jason, him and Miss Washington, D.C., out there bowling with, like, 12 kids from the neighborhood. He's just such a down-to-earth guy."
By all accounts, it sounds as if Jason Campbell is humble, talented, hard-working, universally well-liked, and recognizable both locally and elsewhere along multiple social strata (millionaire actors and local hoodlums alike). All this should make him a prime candidate for DC's Top Athlete which, incidentally, he rolled in at numero cinco per the Bogger: