I already find it hilarious that ESPN.com's front page puts Bill Simmons side-by-side with Rick Reilly, since Simmons proudly represents everything Reilly is not and not too long ago was just a random bartender with a blog while Reilly filled the inside cover of every SI issue (back when it was far and away the best sports magazine). I also enjoy Simmons' willingness to mock and critique ESPN. I mention this because their current side-by-side offerings have set a new gold standard for stunningly awkward coexistence.
Reilly has a column up, posted Dec. 9, giving Tiger Woods a very detailed action plan on how to restore his image, titled: "An image-rehab plan for Tiger Woods." http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/columns/story?columnist=reilly_rick&id=47...
Simmons, meanwhile, has a Dec. 10 column on the Tiger saga, which states: "I got a kick out of talking heads and writers arrogantly dispensing life advice like Dr. Phil wannabes." http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2/story?page=simmons/091211
I wish they actually shared an office and ran into each other getting coffee. And I wish those interactions were recorded.