June 2010

USC, Reggie Bush, Heismann

updated April 19, 2014by June 13, 2010

 Should Reggie Bush lose his Heismann Trophy. It seems pretty straightforward that Bush will. according to the rules a Heismann winner has to comply with all NCAA rules in order to be eligible. Now that USC has been spanked pretty hard by the NCAA for violations that concern Bush, and since Bush has been declared […]

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Santa Clara 49ers?

updated April 19, 2014by June 12, 2010

 The San Francisco 49ers have just taken a major step towards…….what? Is it really likely that the 49ers will abandon Candlestick Park for Santa Clara? Is it even likely that this stadium will get built? Doesn’t seem to be. The deal hinges on some tenous accomplishments. Some of the money has to come from an […]

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U.S. vs England – Friendly Fire

updated April 19, 2014by June 12, 2010

 In all the hoopla surrounding the World Cup, in the U.S. it seems most of the attention is focused on the first match between the U.S. and England. Basically this is because although we have since become allies in the world of global politics, England is still pissed about the war and so are we. […]

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College Football Tickets Becoming a Confusing Mess

updated April 19, 2014by June 12, 2010

 If there’s one thing you can depend on it’s college football. It never changes right? Wrong. I’m getting totally wacked out by the recent events, rumours, and speculation about college football and how this whole thing will end up. “Super” Conferences seem to be the eventual goal, a money milking machine for the powers that […]

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NCAA June Madness

updated June 11, 2010by June 11, 2010

 What’s the point of NCAA sanctions if they can’t affect the guys who did the bad deeds. Reggie Bush of the New Orleans Saints is an untouchable millionaire. So he loses his Heismann (maybe). Do you think he’s going to lose a nickel of his contract or other endorsements. No. Pete Carrol bailed on USC […]

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