June 2011

NFL Booth Job for Pennington

updated June 19, 2011by June 19, 2011

In the NFL, or rather in the world of NFL reporting, nothing beats a good quarterback. Though many have tried, few have been, in my mind, very successful. Joe Theisman was OK, as was for New York Giants quarterback Phil Simms. While Dallas Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman is passable, it aggravates me to see him […]

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US Open Golf – McIlroy on Top

updated April 19, 2014by June 19, 2011

The US Open makes champions. Or maybe champions make the US Open. Whether it’s vice versa or versa vice, what happened at the US Open this week was pretty much a champion making event. Or at least it’s a significant performance that could put the world of golf on notice. We may have witnessed the […]

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Saints Tickets Without Bush

updated April 19, 2014by June 19, 2011

The New Orleans Saints are gearing up for a Super Bowl run, should the NFL lockout be resolved. If you look back to 2009 when the Saints made their one and only Super Bowl run, the offense was geared around Drew Brees and the passing attack. But lost in the mix was the addition of […]

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St. Louis Cardinals – Ailing but Winning

updated April 19, 2014by June 10, 2011

The St. Louis Cardinals have been winning in an impressive fashion, meaning they are doing it without much of their anticipated starting lineup. The other day the Cards took the field with only three players in their natural position. Manager Tony La Russ has gone down the line, trying to find a solid #4 batter. […]

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Tennis Tickets – Nadal gets Frenched

updated April 19, 2014by June 5, 2011

Rafael Nadal has done it again, winning his 6th French Open title and beating Roger Federer for the 4th time to do it. It seems that Nadal is just more comfortable on clay. The win puts Nadal on a par with the legendary Bjorn Borg, each having won the French Open six times. Looking down […]

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