Scandal has broken out days before the annual Daily Cardinal/Badger Herald softball game, with multiple sources confirming that the Herald has taken the unprecedented step of stealing Cardinal plays and strategies. After ripping off the Cardinal’s news stories, feature stories, photos, graphics, arts stories, opinion stories, sports stories and ads, it appears the Herald figured they might as well extend their content strategy to its logical conclusion and also steal The Dirty Bird’s softball plans. “The good news is that, because the Herald copies our news stories three weeks late, they’ll probably show up to play in the softball game sometime in mid-June,” said City News Editor Max “I May Be Toothless But My Journalism Isn’t” Bayer. READ MORE
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