Should Players Be Allowed To Return After An Injury?

Sep 20, 2011
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After the game this Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers, it was discovered that Dallas Cowboys Quarterback Tony Romo not only had a couple of cracked ribs, but that he had also suffered a partially collapsed and punctured lung. The NFL has tried hard to crack down on head injuries and neck injuries in the […]

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Will Texas Cause The Big XII To Break Up?

Sep 14, 2011
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Everything is bigger in Texas. Include in this list, Ego’s, Greed and Attitude. Things started down a road of fragile eggshells last year before the season got started. A&M had looked into leaving the conference. Missouri then rumored that they wanted to go to the Big 10. Then there was more speculation that Nebraska might […]

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Last Minute Fantasy Football Sleepers

Sep 06, 2011
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Quarterbacks– A couple of guys I like here that will not immediately come off the board but can help you out. First is Josh Freeman – The Bucs are young and people forget they won 10 games last year. Look for even a better performance this year. Also he is a bigger name, but the […]

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College Football Picks

Sep 01, 2011
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[Editor’s note: It’s that time of the year again. The kids are back in school, summer’s enjoying one last hurrah until the autumn inevitably causes the leaves and temperatures to fall. In the coming weeks, one lonely hot dog will become the final wiener to die a martyr’s death – dropping between grill grates and […]

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Fan Violence in San Francisco

Aug 23, 2011
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For years fans in the United States would see highlights on soccer fans outbreaks across the globe. Mass riots, fires in the stands, and mobs were not uncommon. This seems to have moved to the West Coast of California where two exceedingly violent events have occurred in a very short relative time frame at sporting […]

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Jim Thome Reaches 600 Homers

Aug 16, 2011
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A major milestone occurred yesterday in Major League Baseball. Six Hundred Home Runs were hit by Jim Thome of the Minnesota Twins. He became just the 8th player to reach this significant milestone, although most now on this list have done it very recently. Even with that said, the list of folks in front of […]

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Having Fun At The National Sports Card Convention

Aug 10, 2011
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(Continued from yesterday’s article) I awoke early for the 2nd day of the National Sportscard convention. I was not one of the folks that ponied up the extra money to get the early pass so I had to wait until 10 AM to get into the show. I grabbed a quick and tasty bagel sandwich […]

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2011 National Sports Card Convention

Aug 09, 2011
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Last week I attended the National Sportscard Convention in Rosemont Illinois. The National moves around the country from year to year, but having it in Chicago is a popular stopping point because it is pretty much centrally located and also it is easy access for people to attend if they want to fly there. I […]

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Time To Disband The Big XII?

Jul 27, 2011
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I never thought I would say this, but… The Big XII media days are a bit entertaining this year. Most of the head coaches questioned on the topic of the recently formed “Longhorn Network” an exclusive deal between ESPN and the University of Texas, were hush hush on the topic. But not Missouri Head Coach […]

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Darren Clarke Wins, USA Women Lose

Jul 19, 2011
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It is no secret that I am a big fan of the Open Championship. If you read my article last week you already picked up on that idea. It was another great tournament with European Tour favorite Darren Clarke, getting lucky bounce after lucky bounce in the final round to hold off an incredible early […]

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