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Get Ready For The Super Bowl With Doritos

What’s the best part of the Super Bowl? Be honest…it’s the commercials !! Regardless of who’s playing and who you’re cheering for, hardly no one goes to the bathroom during both halftime and the commercials. It just is what it is. This year the fine folks over at Doritos have a neat deal going for a few home video “producers”. …

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Texas Tech Fires Coach Leach

Coach Mike Leach has been released from his position as head coach of the Texas Tech football team. It’s the culmination of a very bad few days for the coach (image and decision-wise). Leach had come under fire the past few days for his treatment of Adam James, the son of the ESPN broadcaster Craig James, after James received a …

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Shouts Out To Sarah Thomas

DETROIT — Sarah Thomas made history at the Little Caesars Bowl on Saturday, becoming the first woman to officiate a bowl game when she worked the matchup between Ohio and Marshall. Thomas is one of five women officiating in major college football, but a bowl spokesman said she was the first to draw an assignment for a Bowl Subdivision postseason …

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RIP George Michael

Anyone who is a sports fan who stayed up late in the evening (way before ESPN hit the airwaves), knew about George Michael and his syndicated show, “The George Michael Sports Machine.” Mr. Michael passed away early Thursday morning at Sibley Memorial Hospital from complications of chronic lymphocytic leukemia. He was 70 years old. Michael’s daughter, Michelle Allen, said Michael …

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Favre and Childress Talk It Out

Brett Favre and coach Brad Childress came to verbal blows during last weeks game where they took a lopsided loss to the Carolina Panthers (26-7) Is this done? I don’t think so, per the story from ESPN and according to sources, Favre dislikes that Childress seldom discusses the game plan with him during the week, and does not encourage the …

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The Return of Allen Iverson

Back to Philly he goes !! The Answer is back to running the point for the 76ers. He sat in front of the press yesterday and shared the decision process that has brought him from the brink of retirement back to the limelight in the City of Brotherly Love. I’m a fan of his game and hope that he can …

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Miami Heat Golden Oldies

Shouts out to the Miami Heat basketball organization for what they’re doing. I haven’t seen many other sports organizations that cater to our seniors. There’s always love and care for the youth and underprivileged (which is all good as well, but let’s not leave out those from the old skool !) Anyways, The Miami Heat have a halftime dance crew …

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MJ and BC Mixing It Up

While practicing for The Presidents Cup at Harding Park Golf Club in San Francisco, Ca. Michael Jordan and former President Bill Clinton joke around a bit. This image is actually spotlighted on Anderson Cooper‘s AC360 Blog for the “Caption of the Day” contest. Of course I entered the contest. My entry was, “Michael to Bill: oh you gonna give me …

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The Cavs ‘1,2 Punch’

The NBA season is about to kick into gear. Recently Shaq and Lebron took pictures, with the rest of the Cavaliers during their media day. It’s good to see everyone loose and relaxed together. It’s also good to atleast hear no one is talking about a “big me and little you” I’m looking forward to seeing these two guys simply …

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The Call of the Year

Sitting in the broadcast booth for the Seattle Mariners, after playing 11 years in the Majors, Mike Blowers did something that cannot be explained in mere words – it needs video. Before last night’s game against the Blue Jays, his partner asked for his “Pick to Click” Not only did Blowers choose infielder Matt Tuiasosopo as his Player of the …

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Wildcat Formation

The wildcat formation (or wildcat offense), a variation on the single-wing formation, is an offensive American and Canadian football scheme that has been used at every level of the game including the CFL, NFL, NCAA, NAIA, and many high schools across America. The general scheme can be instituted into many different offensive systems, but the distinguishing factor is a direct …

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Fun Weekend in the NFL

For all it’s worth, if you’re just a fan of the game and the competition, you enjoyed this weekends match-ups. Now, not all of the outcomes may have been in your fantasy league favor, but that’s another story for another day. Let’s see, the Bengals got the win over the Steelers – I’m not too happy about that one myself. …

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Serena Disqualified Over Threat

Foot fault or not. The adrenaline of the moment got Serena disqualified during her U.S. Open match against unseeded Belgian Kim Clijsters. The line judge claimed that Serena made a threat of “I’ll kill you” to the judge. It’s heard in the audio that Serena states that “others have said worse” – listen very closely to the audio. It’s unfortunate …

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Getting To Know Freddie Roach

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Freddie Roach (born March 5, 1960 in Dedham, MA) is a boxing trainer and a former boxer. Roach is one of the most well-known boxing trainers in the world, having been voted Trainer of the Year by the Boxing Writers Association of America in 2003, 2006 and 2008. He is currently the trainer of 6-division, pound for pound champion Manny …

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Chick-fil-A On Monday…My Treat !

Chick-fil-A restaurants around the country are offering a free chicken sandwich to anyone who comes in on Sept. 7 from 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. wearing sports-related apparel. That includes anything from a little league uniform to a professional or collegiate jersey, hat, T-shirt, socks, etc. The promotion is pegged to a football game between the University of Alabama and …

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Is This How the Pac-10 Season Is Going To Start?

OSU and Boise State played ball last night and Boise whipped that ass. I use that statement because that was part of the pre-game jawjacking done between the teams. After the game however, there was an actual punch thrown by running back LeGarrette Blount that connected squarely with the jaw of linebacker Byron Hout (it did look like it kinda …

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Colorado’s Premiere ATV Trails

The state of Colorado has a lot of ATV trails to choose from. If you are looking form ATV action. Colorado is your place. More than just trails, ATV tracks in this particular state are world-class and the experiences they bring are more than just the average. As for the sceneries, the Colorado ATV trails have lots of them.

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Who Has Scored The Most Goals In World Cup Soccer History?

Almost every culture around the world has some type of connection to the history of football/soccer. Such cultures as the Ancient Greeks, Persians, Vikings, The Chinese, Japanese, and much more, played a game that is much like todays football/soccer. For instance, The Chinese played "footballer" games dating as far back as about 3000 years ago. However, it was in England that soccer / football really began to grow in popularity. After becoming popular in England, soccer became a widely loved sport throughout the world. The celebrated FIFA World cup led the way to the rise of soccer stars, and conferred world soccer records holders such as the player who has scored the most goals in world cup soccer history.

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Why Are Tankinis So Appealing?

When a woman shops for a swimsuit, what is it that she's looking for? Is it the best fit, the best deal, the best look, the best style, the trendiest new cut? I, for one, would go with great fit. That, almost always is the number one concern for the average woman. With a tankini, companies have made it mandatory to purchase separate pieces, the bottom and the top. Why?

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Favre Is Back

It looks like 39-year old Brett Favre is signing with the Vikings. Blah blah blah. Personally, I wish this guy would just retire, do the John Elway thing and go build some car dealerships or something. There’s simply nothing left to prove. Do doubt Favre still has the rocket arm and a love for the game, and can still play …

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Tiger Let’s One Rip

The title says it all, but here’s some commentary anyway. On the 18th hole at the 2009 Buick Open which, by the way, Tiger won…again. Young Mr. Woods had to let loose. » Inline Ad Purchase:  Intext Link

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Shaquille O’Neal

'Shaq' as he is more commonly known as affectionately amongst his vast array of fans, Shaquille O'Neal is one of the highest achievers in the world of Basketball having won no less than four NBA world championships. He is known especially for his enormous size, marked by his large shoe size of twenty-two.

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Bobby Hull: The Golden Jet

Bobby Hull"nicknamed The Golden Jet for his blond hair and his style of play"was the most feared goal scorer of the 60s and 70s and along with teammate Stan Mikita made the Chicago Blackhawks one of the NHLs true offensive juggernauts. He and Mikita were the first NHL players to use curved stick blades, which made his already wicked slapshot even more difficult to stop.

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