Archive | November, 2010

BCS Top 25 Week 13 – “What We Learned”

Auburn’s comeback was worthy of a Rocky Balboa montage, Steve Bartman just sent a Facebook friend request to Kyle Brotzman and Iowa is more overrated than Kim Kardashian’s sex tape.

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Kyle Brotzman, Boise kicker joins Hall of Shame

Kyle Brotzman was not a household name going into this Thanksgiving weekend but by the time his Boise State team’s game was over, the kicker learned how famous two botched kicks can make you.

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Sexy Packers Cheerleader

Meet Jess our Packers hottie.

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Matt Millen makes ass of himself on air, again (VIDEO)

Here is the recent video of Matt Millen acting like an ass and trying to punk down fellow analyst Steve Young who owns a more more respected larynx and a championship Super Bowl ring.

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Jeter told to “Test the Market”

With the deadline to offer salary arbitration to outgoing free agents passing, the Yankees have sent a message to Derek Jeter: “Test the Market.”

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Brett Favre Caricature

When you browse through a Webster’s Dictionary and stop at the word ‘puppeteer’ you can’t help to think of the Childress and Favre situation that unraveled over the past few years in Minnesota and this caricature says it all.

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‘Puppeteer’ Favre was Chilly’s demise

When you browse through a Webster’s Dictionary and stop at the word ‘puppeteer’ you can’t help to think of the Childress and Favre situation that unraveled over the past few years in Minnesota.

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Hype smolders out for Heat, 8-6

The talent may be in South Beach this year, but the numbers in the win column sure aren’t. After last night’s loss dropped the team to 8-6, fans are left wondering.

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NFL Week 11 scores, highlights and lowlights

NFL Week 11 scores are in for the Sunday games and as always this time of year, there were a few upsets.

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History made at “Wrigleyville Classic”

It was the first time football had been played in Wrigley Field since the Bears left in 1970 and the first time college kicked off there since 1938 but there was more history made during yesterday’s game.

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