January 2011

MLB Tickets – Yankees vs Rangers

updated April 19, 2014by January 29, 2011

It ain’t happening on the baseball field but it’s still MLB ticket worthy. Baseball fans would line up to see this. The New York Yankees Randy Levine is PO’d at the Texas Rangers over the whole Cliff lee deal. I don’t really understand it, I just find it amusing that the New York Yankees would […]

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Super Bowl Tickets – Packers Big Challenge

updated April 19, 2014by January 29, 2011

Super Bowl tickets in Dallas are serving up one heck of a dinner in 2011, with the main course being the Pittsburgh Steelers and Green Bay Packers battling it out on the turf of the greatest NFL venue around, the New Dallas Cowboys Stadium. For some this was a matchup anticipated since the early days […]

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Super Bowl Tickets on Hand – I’m Thinking Packers and Steelers

updated April 19, 2014by January 21, 2011

If you’re an NFL fan you’re always dreaming of Super Bowl tickets. If you’re like me you’re probably getting tired of watching those four old guys who have been lucky enough, or smart enough, to land Super Bowl tickets every year since the whole thing started. Man, either they’re single or very rich I guess, […]

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Super Bowl Roads – Jets or Patriots

updated April 19, 2014by January 14, 2011

For some time now it’s been evident that the road to the Super Bowl in the AFC goes through the New England Patriots.  Tom Brady has his offense clicking and the Patriots defense has been in takeaway mode for some time now. But there’s always the brash upstart somewhere in the NFL and the New […]

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Ducks and Tigers – Mascots Don’t Win

updated April 19, 2014by January 7, 2011

If this BCS National Championship was a fight between mascots it wouldn’t even be a contest. Tiger beat Ducks every time. But it isn’t a battle between mascots. It a tough college football game between the two best teams in college football. Both teams come into this game after strong seasons. The Oregon Ducks went […]

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