1. Area Recruits Pat Hill Can't Pass Up

    The "V" on the Fresno State helmet symbolizes Central Valley Pride for the Bulldogs. That region has been the bread and butter for Pat Hill in terms of getting football talent, with the likes ...

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  2. Introducing the 2009 All-NFC North Team

    After looking at the North, this division has perhaps the league's best running back, the league's best defensive tackle tandem, and one of the best free-agent pick-ups. In the end, this was still not an easy team to compile, especially at quarterback...

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  3. Introducing The 2009 All-NFC East Team

    Much like the NFC South, this division is also very loaded with talent and potential future stars. However, after learning my lesson in doing my All-NFC South team, I have decided that I will ...

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  4. Introducing The 2009 All-NFC South Team

    After looking at this division from top to bottom, I have new reason to believe the phrase "things are hotter in the south." The talent level in the NFC South is what heats up the NFL's "NASCAR" division...

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  5. Introducing the 2009 All-NFC West Team

    In college football, they have a projected All-Conference team for each year whether if it's the PAC-10, SEC, Big XII, or even the Sun Belt...

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  6. Anaheim Ducks' Offseason: Two Key Veteran Signings

    Even at the combined age of 73, two veteran players have helped the Anaheim Ducks' offseason progress. Resigning valuable 35-year old defenseman Scott Niedermayer (photo) to a one-year ...

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  7. Chad Ochocinco and "Lights Out" Give Us a New Breakthrough

    We have witnessed history in the making, a dawn of a new era, a technological breakthrough involving two of the NFL's biggest stars...

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  8. Nine Seems Like a Common Number For The Angels

    A number, not a word, has defined the Angels right now. Nine is a number known to bring either the beginning, the end, good opportunities, or impulsiveness and bad habits...

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  9. Five Players Needed To Make the 'Niners Offense Work

    They're not the big five, the miracle five, and they're most certaintly not the "Fab Five." They don't have to be fancy, they just need to help make the 49ers offense work...

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  10. What If The Spurs Never Drafted David Robinson?

    Much like the military background he was surrounded by, "The Admiral" had to take charge in the rebuilding of the San Antonio Spurs. David Robinson was drafted back in 1987...

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  11. Top 5 important draft moves in Spurs history

    For two decades, the San Antonio Spurs have used the NBA draft to build a Texas-sized model of consistency. A massive model that has produced dominating big men, a flashy international point ...

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  12. Rafer Alston Should Forget Game 5, Since His Coach Forgot About Him

    "Skip To My Lou" has better luck skipping out on the rest of the NBA Finals. After one great performance in Game 3 that propelled the Magic to victory, Rafer Alston became a disappearing act for Magic Head Coach Stan Van Gundy...

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  13. Brian Jennings: Snapping to Perfection

    When he has the ball in his hands, 49ers tight end Brian Jennings is one of the best at what he does. But this is not your typical tight end. You seldom see the 6-foot-5, 242-pound player running routes, going deep, or being a threat near the goal line...

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  14. Rafer Alston Should Be Cheered On by the City of Fresno

    If any resident or former resident of Fresno is reading this, I have a question for you tonight: Who should you really cheer for in the NBA Finals? The valley has a bevy of Laker fans (yes, I'm ...

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  15. Where Are They Now? Tim Couch, Donovan McNabb And The 1999 NFL Draft Class

    Five quarterbacks were taken, two high-profile running backs were also available, there was also a verbal assault for ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. when he became critical of the Colts for not taking Ricky Williams, courtesy of Colts' GM Bill Polian...

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  16. Rodney Harrison: Dirty but Passionate

    Rodney Harrison sounds like he doesn't want to hear the "dirty" player label that has defined his 15-year career...

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  17. Mike Singletary Trying to Succeed Where Other Former Players Have Not

    Mike Singletary has a tough act to follow, and it actually doesn't have anything to do with restoring the 49ers to glory. Singletary is the latest hall-of-fame player to become a head coach in the NFL, and he has some history on his side...

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  18. 2009 AFC South Preview: Does the Division Now Belong to Tennessee?

    It didn't seem that long ago, this division once looked predictable. Since the NFL realignment in 2002, it was always the Colts dominating this division. Then it was Jacksonville and Tennessee following suit, with the Texans being left in the cellar...

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  19. Which NFC South Team Will Rise to the Top?

    Maybe its a good thing to finish last or near the bottom in the NFC South, because the very next year, you'll probably go to the playoffs. It happened to the Saints in 2006, who won the division after being 3-13 the previous year...

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  20. 2009 AFC North Preview: Which Defense will be better?

    It appears that you need to be man to play in this division, because its always a fight between the top teams. What its all about in the AFC North is two things: Who can win the battle up front and who has the more aggressive defense...

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  21. 2009 AFC West Preview: Who Can Discharge San Diego?

    It seems like being 8-8 can work both ways. The record is considered good and bad, and it can qualify for either last place in your division or get you the division title...

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  22. 2009 NFC West Preview: Was Arizona a Fluke?

    You would think that unseating the division winner who finished 9-7 would be an easy task, right? After all, all you need to do is go 10-6 or 11-5 to win the division, right? Well, for ...

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  23. San Francisco Offense Should Be "Fair and Balanced"

    The 49ers' offense doesn't have to be like the Fox News Channel, but to be successful this year, the unit should consider using the station's slogan: "Fair and Balanced...

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  24. A "Raye" of Light for the 49ers?

    Jimmy Raye has spent over 30 years of coaching the offensive side of the football. The 49ers are probably hoping he can spend more than one year running the offense...

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  25. From (Red) Raider To 49er: Questions For Michael Crabtree

    It must have been either Christmas or someone's birthday for 49er fans everywhere on the afternoon of Apr. 25, 2009 because they received a gift that day...

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