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SnapShotU! Photo Product Website Targets Collegiate Sports Fan


SnapShotU! officially launched an interactive website, www.snapshotu.com, that enables users to create collegiate-sports-themed photo books, greeting cards and calendars. The online photo products service provides top quality, personalized and digitally-printed memorabilia targeted to college students, sports fans, and university alumni. SnapShotU! enables users to upload personal photos and integrate them with collegiate-licensed backgrounds, logos, images, icons, photos and more to create …

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Bobby Cox: End of An Era


The San Francisco Giants helped push Bobby Cox into retirement undoubtedly slightly before he wanted to get there. But that’s the way the proverbial ball bounces and when it’s October and you’re talking Major League Baseball – anything can happen. The Giants advanced to a National League Championship Series showdown against Philadelphia by outlasting the Atlanta Braves, 3-2, in Monday night’s Game …

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No New Arena For You Sacramento


Image via Wikipedia At least not now, and at least not with the assistance of the National Basketball Association. The National Basketball Association “has ceased its activities on the Sacramento arena front” following Cal Expo’s decision to not participate in any land swap for a new arena, a representative of the league said Wednesday. “On the heels of the disappointing …

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Pee Wee Football Game Gone Bad

How utterly embarrassing for adults/coaches to behave. This is not the way youth sports should be conducted by trusted advisors to our kids. Watch the full video then read the synopsis below. Here’s the story out of Pearland, Texas The home video showing coaches from opposing Pee Wee football teams trading punches only tells part of the story, according to …

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Is Jeter A Cheater?


After retirement from baseball do you think Derek Jeter should look to a career in Hollywood? He sure did pull a fast one last night during the Yankees game against the Tampa Bay Rays. In the top of the seventh inning, Jeter was at the plate when a pitch from the Rays’ Chad Qualls appeared to strike him on the …

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Honoring Brandi Chastain


Female soccer icon Brandi Chastain–best known for her game-winning penalty kick again China in the 1999 Women’s World Cup followed by the celebratory ripping off of her jersey– will be honored in a family-friendly Testimonial Soccer Match on Oct. 2, 2010 at 6 p.m. at the Buck Shaw Stadium in Santa Clara. Teams that come together in their jerseys may …

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Reggie Bush Forfeits Heisman

71st Annual Heisman Memorial Trophy Award Presentation

He’s giving it back – Reggie Bush says he is forfeiting his Heisman Trophy. The New Orleans Saints’ running back released a statement today saying he would give back the award that he won in 2005 while he was at Southern California. It’s the first time college football’s top award was returned by a recipient. “While this decision is heart-breaking, …

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Ines Sainz Pictures


Ines Sainz is the Azteca reporter that is all over the news as of late after being harassed by members of the New York Jets at their practice facility earlier this week. Ines Sainz tweeted this picture, showing what she was wearing the day of the incident. Ines was at the Jets practice facility to do a story on Mark …

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Ode To The Football Widow


It’s puzzling to me to believe that there are some folks out there that aren’t ready or excited that the 2010 NFL season has officially begun. But regardless, I want to show my softer side and give an some acknowledgement to those that aren’t as jazzed about scoring touchdowns and rushing for 2000 + yards. I give you the Ode …

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Tiger Headed To Ryder Cup


Tiger Woods is going to the Ryder Cup as a captain’s pick with his 71 victories and 14 majors. So is 21-year-old Rickie Fowler, who has never won anything at all. Corey Pavin made an obvious choice and a surprising one Tuesday morning at the New York Stock Exchange when he added Woods and Fowler, along with former major champions …

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NCAA Wants Reggie’s Heisman Back

71st Annual Heisman Memorial Trophy Award Presentation

Reggie Bush, whose NCAA violations while a running back at the University of Southern California were at the root of heavy sanctions against his alma mater, will reportedly have his Heisman Trophy stripped by month’s end. The Heisman Trophy Trust is close to concluding its investigation that has led to the same conclusions as the inquiry by the NCAA,Yahoo! Sports …

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UC Davis Goes Big Sky


Shouts out to the local boys going to the big time. The University of California Davis football team will compete in the Big Sky Conference starting in 2012, joining cross-region competitor Sacramento State University. Conference commissioner Doug Fullerton on Tuesday announced Aggies football would enter the conference, along with Great Western Conference rival Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Most of …

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