I just finished writing a long piece on Teddy Dupay, based on 45+ minutes of questions, answers and very candid conversation. Like most, I had some pretty strong opinions. . . fair, and well-earned opinions of Dupay. But life can be about second chances, and it was interesting to see whom he credits for his - - - and what he is doing with it. I think Ray is publishing it as an open column, so hopefully a few get to read it. His story is well known and his downfalls well-publicized. His criticisms are deserved. But there is no lack of accountability, but rather a renewed effort to make things right. And I think that is important for people to know.