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Lifetime sports fan who's been lucky enough to scratch out at least a partial living for the last two decades watching athletes do their things. I was a beat writer for NFL and NHL teams in Buffalo, covered future pros while they were still high-schoolers in suburban Philly and have been addicted to boxing since sitting with my dad to watch Norton-Bobick on TV when I was 8 years old. These days, I'm living in Southwest Florida with my wife and son and often find myself hopscotching through airports during big fight weeks.
You Don't Know Shitzsimmons about boxing
Hi, Lyle. Thanks for reaching out. When it comes to numbers, digits are used for actual clock time references (like 7 p.m.), but here’s the excerpt from the B/R Stylebook for other references (http://bleacherreport.com/pages/stylebook):
“General quantities of time are spelled out (one through nine) or presented in digits (10 and above) according to B/R's normal rules for number presentation. Specific quantities of time are spelled out on first reference and presented in a clock-like fashion thereafter.”
And it’s not quite the same as your reference, but here’s an example included in the Stylebook that would relate:
"He rushed for 75 yards and a touchdown on a seven-minute, 18-second fourth-quarter drive. Later he rushed for 37 yards on a 2:11 drive that resulted in the winning field goal."
Let me know if any of that is unclear.