August 2012

Heisman Hopeful – Denard Robinson

updated August 31, 2012by August 31, 2012

  In 2010, Denard Robinson had his chance to be the starting quarterback at Michigan.  He definitely proved that he deserved the starting position.  In 2010, he had 2500+ passing yards, 18 passing touchdowns, 1700 rushing yards, and 14 rushing touchdowns.  Last year, the Michigan QB made another run at the Heisman trophy by posting […]

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College Football – Michigan – Alabama

updated August 31, 2012by August 31, 2012

  Last year’s opening classic was LSU and Oregon.  That may have been one of the best opening classics of college football openers, but this year we are also set for a great game.  This year’s opener is between the #8 Michigan Wolverines and the #2 Alabama Crimson Tide.  This is such a great match-up […]

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Boston Red Sox – Wheeling and Dealing

updated August 30, 2012by August 30, 2012

    The Boston Red Sox made headlines this weekend with the biggest trade of the year, palming off Josh Beckett, Adrian Gonzales, and Carl Crawford to the LA Dodgers in a monumental deal that alters the power structure in two divisions of Major league Baseball. Here’s the kicker. The trade allowed the Red Sox […]

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NFL Football – Best NFL Tickets for Week 1

updated August 30, 2012by August 30, 2012

    The NFL season is now less than a week away. It’s been a long off-season with plenty of change, as usual, and some teams have put themselves in contention for 2012 with coaching and player moves. So let’s take a look at the most interesting games in Week 1 of the 2012 NFL […]

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Officially Yours – The NFL Absurdity

updated August 29, 2012by August 29, 2012

    OK, so now we get to watch replacement NFL officials. I’m old enough to remember when we got to watch replacement NFL players. It really wasn’t that bad and I distinctly remember watching John Fourcade quarterback the New Orleans Saints in a replacement game. Brings back some memories. But we lived through that […]

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