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Bo Jackson When you have ten sources there are going to be some sources better than others. My best two sources are "Bo Knows Stardom and Disappointment." by Ron Flatter and "ESPN.com - E-ticket: Bo Knows Best.” by Michael Weinreb. I count that as one because they come from the same website. My other best source is "Jackson” by Alexander Wolff. My two worst sources are "Bo Jackson." on Wikipedia and “Multiple Sports." by Rob Goldberg. "Bo Knows Stardom and Disappointment." by Ron Flatter and "ESPN.com - E-ticket: Bo Knows Best.” by Michael Weinreb are good sources because they comes from a reliable source. ESPN is a trusted company and one of the biggest, if not the biggest, sports-related programming companies in the world. Everything they post is viewed by an editor to ensure the truth is being published. If they publish a lie it would ruin the reputation of the company. "Jackson” by Alexander Wolff is my other best source. It comes from a reliable source which is one of the biggest sports media companies in the world. Sports Illustrated is a trusted and reliable source because they have editors that look over all of their work before it is published. If they were to post a magazine with mistakes all over it they company would become less respectable. "Bo Jackson." on Wikipedia is one of my less reliable sources. Anyone can post on the website with information whether it be true or false, although recently Wikipedia has become a little more reliable. Still someone could post false information on the site and it could be viewed before it has been taken down. “Multiple Sports." by Rob Goldberg is another less reliable source. Bleacherreport.com isn’t one of the bigger sports media coverage companies so it is less respected in the

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