The Big Move: The End Is Near

Mar 07, 2013
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The End is Near The countdown is on! I am still cautiously optimistic as we have had some delays with our construction, but the mortgage interest rate is locked in, we have given notice to the apartment complex where we have been living, and the final choices on interior things have been made. Final Choices […]

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Manti Te’o Got Catfished

Jan 23, 2013
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Last week I was going to write this, but with the Lance Armstrong story breaking, and being a cancer survivor myself, that story took precedence over the big news story that was simply a made up one. Oh yes…then there is Manti Te’o. Teo’s story is already added some phraseology to the ever changing slang […]

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Lance Armstrong Confesses to Oprah

Jan 15, 2013
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The big news of Monday was Lance Armstrong sitting down, meeting with Oprah, and once and for all admitting that he did in fact use performance enhancing drugs. Journalists from a variety of types and outlets of media, be it sports talk – writers- columnists – bloggers or reporters all seem to have their opinion. […]

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NFL Playoffs – Divisional Round

Jan 11, 2013
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College football is done and until Spring football season give fans something to go watch again. So all attention has turned to the NFL Playoffs, where just four teams remain…unless of course you are into Hockey…oh wait… We hit the Divisional Round this week with some interesting match ups. Denver vs. Baltimore – Everyone seems […]

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January Football

Jan 05, 2013
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January is Football Euphoria The Bowl Season is nearly complete. The office confidence pools are wrapping up, and more of us are looking forward to the BCS Title Game between Alabama and Notre Dame. The NFL playoffs start this weekend and there are a bunch of intriguing match-ups as well. Hopefully Santa dropped off that […]

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The Big Move: House Still Not Finished

Jan 04, 2013
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Staying Patient It has been awhile since I wrote about our building our first new home. Most of you likely expect that it is completed. Truth is, our contractor is quite a bit delayed, and we were originally supposed to move into our new home around Thanksgiving. Now our new completion date is likely closer […]

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Why Do Star College Quarterbacks Fail In the NFL?

Dec 18, 2012
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  Quarterback U??? In my childhood days, the University of Miami (the one in Florida, not the one in Ohio) was known as producing a number of great Quarterbacks who had outstanding careers in college and then went on to have fantastic professional careers as well. Not every one of them turned out to be […]

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Western Kentucky Hires Bobby Petrino

Dec 12, 2012
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How in the hell does Western Kentucky have the chance to hire Bobby Petrino? More importantly why is this guy allowed to coach anywhere? Right after getting inked to a 10 year contract with Louisville, Petrino left for the friendly confines of the National Football League to head up the Atlanta Falcons. Things went badly […]

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Who Will Win The Heisman?

Dec 04, 2012
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It should be an interesting Heisman match up as only three people are invited to the festivities this year. In many ways it is the unlikeliest three you could have ever tried to pick out before the season started. Optimus Klein Collin Klein had been a good – maybe even great quarterback for the Kansas […]

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Big 10 Will Have 14 Teams

Nov 27, 2012
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Greedy Big 10 The news leaked out last week, The Big 10 with 12 teams is going to now have 14 teams. Am I the only person that thinks someone needs some remedial math….. Maryland and Rutgers were invited to join the conference. And by invited I mean, umm….tapping into the Northeastern Television Market required […]

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