Vanderbilt Drops Florida; Will Muschamp’s Days With Gators Are Numbered

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When Will Muschamp was hired as the Florida Gators‘ head football coach in December of 2011, the expectation was that Muschamp would soon fill the massive shoes of Urban Meyer with few problems if any. Well, here we are in November […]

Indiana Pacers’ 6-0 Record Is Impressive, But NBA Season Is Still Young

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The Indiana Pacers are currently atop the NBA with an impressive 6-0 overall record, but the Pacers’ bandwagon is bigger than you could ever imagine. Pundits from across the league are already calling Indiana the favorite to win the Eastern […]

Jabari Parker Sets College Basketball On Fire; Duke Forward Is For Real

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Jabari Parker entered the 2013-14 College Basketball regular season as the most highly-touted high school basketball player since LeBron James. Thankfully, the unbelievable hype didn’t seem to affect the Duke Blue Devils‘ forward as he has the nation under his thumb after […]

Arian Foster Ruled Out For Week 10; Ben Tate Must Answer Call For Texans

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 Arian Foster is out of action for the Houston Texans with a back injury, which means interim head coach Wade Phillips will look Ben Tate‘s way to carry the ball for Houston in Week 10. Fantasy football owners are surely […]

Baylor Shouldn’t Jump Oregon in BCS Standings After Win Over Oklahoma

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The Baylor Bears were on “Upset Watch” this week as the No. 10-ranked Oklahoma Sooners rolled into Waco with quite a bit of momentum. However, Baylor wasn’t having any of it. The Bears stomped the Sooners and boy was it […]

Oregon Takes Nosedive, Can Kiss 2014 BCS Championship Goodbye

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The Oregon Ducks have worked all season and off-season for another shot at the BCS Championship Game, but the folks in Eugene will have to wait yet another season for a BCS title. On Thursday, the Ducks were upended by a […]

Andrew Bynum Still In Pain, Should Retire From NBA After 2013 Season

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Andrew Bynum was once thought of as the best center in the NBA, but knee injuries have unfortunately turned Bynum into a role player at age 26. The Cleveland Cavaliers took a flier on the injury-prone seven-footer this offseason, and […]

Aldon Smith Cleared To Play In Week 10; 49ers Will Need Him Against Panthers

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The last time Aldon Smith was on the field for the San Francisco 49ers, Jim Harbaugh‘s team was in a tough spot with a 1-2 overall record. After a drunk driving incident in late September, Smith was forced to spend five […]

Aaron Rodgers-Less Packers Fall To Bears; Chicago Can Taste Postseason

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The Green Bay Packers went into their Monday Night contest with the Chicago Bears as 10.5-point favorites. Well, I hope you didn’t bet on the Pack in this one.  Not only did Green Bay fail to cover, the Packers suffered their […]

Richie Incognito’s Craziness Should Make NFL Draft Process More Complex

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Despite being on many team’s “Do Not Draft” list coming out of college, Richie Incognito was selected in the third round of the 2005 NFL Draft by the St. Louis Rams. Well, Incognito has since migrated to the Miami Dolphins […]

Mario Manningham’s Return Puts 49ers In Perfect Position

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The San Francisco 49ers are flying under the NFL‘s radar despite having a 6-2 overall record and being winners of five straight games. One of the bigger reasons why the 49ers are so low-profile is because they really don’t have […]

Gary Kubiak Deserves Bulk Of Credit For Case Keenum’s Emergence

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The Houston Texans rode a wave of emotion on Sunday night. At first, hometown hero Case Keenum appeared to have won the Texans their third game of the season with three huge touchdowns to fellow Houston legend Andre Johnson. And […]