Tide Gets Rolled

Nov 14, 2012
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Fold Tide! The unthinkable happened. The Wizard of Tuscaloosa – Nick Saban lost a football game. Texas A&M, led by Redshirt Freshman Quarterback Johnny Manziel pulled off the unsuspecting upset on the road. He has been dubbed “Johnny Football” (which I take exception to…I mean I don’t call myself Johnny Golfer) and has vaulted into […]

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Is Notre Dame A National Championship Contender?

Oct 30, 2012
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My My….crow is tasty and best served when cold…. In lasts week’s article I went on the record about Notre Dame with the following statement: I am going on record that Boomer Sooner will roll one up on this over-rated team. Of course I could be completely wrong as frankly Oklahoma can be pretty average […]

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Did Geno Smith Lose The Heisman?

Oct 23, 2012
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Where did Geno’s Heisman Go? A few weeks ago, I like many of the other sports aficionado’s had declared the Heisman Trophy all but won by West Virginia’s Geno Smith. Boy was I wrong….. It never ceases to amaze me how in the world of college football, things can change so quickly. Who saw these […]

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Miguel Cabrera Wins Baseball’s Triple Crown

Oct 10, 2012
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The lack of coverage of the Triple Crown in the American League this year is total proof that baseball is no longer America’s Pastime. Instead baseball has been relegated to American history. The only Triple Crown most anyone knows about outside of baseball aficionados is that involving the Kentucky Derby, Preakness and Belmont. The king […]

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America Chokes Away The Ryder Cup

Oct 02, 2012
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It is hard to put two hands on the trophy when you have two hands around your own neck. This should be the motto for the American team for the 2012 Ryder Cup Matches played at Medinah in Illinois. The American Squad played marvelously the first two days, and built what is basically considered an […]

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How Bad Was the Packers – Seahawks Call?

Sep 25, 2012
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Much Ado About Nothing??? Ok, I get it, the “replacement” NFL officials are very poor. It is difficult to watch some of the calls, incorrect rules interpretations, and general comedy of errors that are occurring in many of the NFL games. It is clear that these guys are over their heads. Last night might be […]

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College Football: Week 3

Sep 18, 2012
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Another week in the books and overall there were some HORRIBLE games this past week. Alabama and Arkansas was supposed to be a big game. That was until Arkansas lost to Louisiana Monroe and then proceeded to also lose their starting quarterback for the game against the Crimson Tide. In case anyone is doubting Nick Saban […]

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Recap of Week 2

Sep 11, 2012
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Week #2 is in the books, and there is a lot of news on the college football front. Arkansas was clearly the upset of the week, losing to Louisiana Monroe. Arkansas somehow managed to stay ranked even after this debacle. Oklahoma State also moved out of the rankings after losing to the Pac XII Arizona […]

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College Football – Week 1

Sep 04, 2012
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Week #1 is in the books. Many were aghast at how Alabama handled Michigan. Wisconsin and Iowa really struggled and were to a large extent lucky to escape with victories last week. A few even went to bed early to ensure they were up for Cheerios, their morning cup of joe…and the Fighting Irish. Dear […]

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College Football Seasons Kicks Off

Aug 28, 2012
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And So It Begins… This Thursday with a couple of games to kick-off the season. While most of the country will be focused on watching the big opening weekend match up of Alabama and Michigan, (Alabama coincidentally is a 14 point favorite over Big Blue) Thursday night officially starts the season. 9 games top the […]

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