ESPN just used the following playful phrase:
The best is Brett to come.
Language like this is hard to critiqe, but I felt his made more sense:
The Brett is best to come.
The ESPN version maintains greater fidelity to the original syntax while mine maintains greater fidelity to the original semantics.
FYI: as far as I can tell, there is no backslash on my droid keyboard options. Hence, no html. Frik!
UPDATE: I used my home computer to add italics.
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