1. Fundamentals Would Make Football Better and Lessen Injuries

    Since American football’s inception in the mid-19th century, injuries have been a part of the sport. Because of those early injuries, the game was nearly banned before it was given the chance to become what it is today...

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  2. College Football Week 10 Review and More

    College football saw two possible national title contenders fall in week 10. Undefeated teams largely took care of their opponents this week as well. Week 10 saw some teams solidify their bowl hopes, while other teams' bowl hopes took a big hit...

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  3. College Football Games to Watch in Week 10

    Week nine saw the end of USC's title hopes. Now the Trojans will need help to even win a Pac-10 title that seems out of reach. Iowa used some wind, great defense, and favorable calls from the replay booth to get a win over Indiana...

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  4. 2009 Midseason CSI Nominees In College Football

    In our first annual CSI awards, last time we unveiled our preseason team that Can’t Stand It. This time will look at teams that started out strong, then went CSI...

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  5. College Football's 2009 Nominees for the "Can't Stand It" Awards

    A friend of mine, Scott Rodgers, came up with the phrase above while watching Mississippi sports when we were growing up. The CSI phrase can describe a game, a season, or a player...

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  6. Brett Favre Proves Revenge Is a Dish Best Served at Lambeau

    In Brett Favre’s second comeback news conference, he stated playing for the Minnesota Vikings was not about revenge. Only Favre himself knows if the statement was true or not...

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  7. What To Watch In Week Nine Of NCAA Football: Halloween Edition

    The college football season is half over and we are nearing the stretch run. Week Nine features some very good match-ups that could shake up the national title picture. By the end of the week the national championship picture could become less clouded...

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  8. Bobby Bowden's Legacy Reaches From The State Of Florida And Beyond

      Florida State took some of the heat off their embattled coach with a come from behind victory over North Carolina. The Seminoles have a chance get their record back to .500 with a win over North Carolina State...

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  9. College Football Review: Week Eight

    Week eight in college football was a tale of two different games. On one hand there were teams who struggled to get wins. The other hand had teams that demolished their opponents...

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  10. College Football Games to Watch: Week Eight

    Week Eight kicks off the second half of the college football season and after seven weeks, there are only seven undefeated teams. All of them will be in action this week...

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  11. A Look Back at the First Half of the College Football Season

    The college football season is at the half way point. Most teams have played six or seven games and the season is beginning to take shape. Before the rest of the season plays itself out, let’s take a look back at the first half...

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  12. Is It Time to Give the Little Guys a Chance at a National Championship?

    There are 120 FBS teams in college football. Of the 120 schools only 66 schools start the season with a realistic chance to play in a BCS game. The 66 schools are all members of the 6 BCS conferences...

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  13. College Football Week Seven: What Games To Watch

    On Wednesday, Boise State kept its BCS hopes alive with a seven-point victory on the road against Tulsa. The game got close late and set up a nice start to the midpoint of the season. Week seven of the college football season features some big matchups..

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  14. Why Denying Rush Limbaugh NFL Ownership Will Not Be Easy

    It is widely known that Rush Limbaugh along with St. Louis Blues owner Dave Checketts is part of a group to buy the St. Louis Rams if the team is for sale. This has set off a firestorm of players and the union against this purchase...

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  15. What To Watch Week Six In College Football

      Troy got week six of the college football season started with a win over Middle Tennessee State. A special shout-out in the Trojans 31-7 win over the Blue Raiders to Maurice Greer...

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  16. What the NFL Season Has Taught Us a Quarter of the Way Through

    Week four of the NFL season ended Monday night with the Vikings beating the Packers. The league as a whole is basically a quarter of the way through the season...

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  17. College Football: Week Five Review

    Week Five of the college football season is in the books, and a couple of teams have seen their dreams go up in smoke. The fifth week of the season also saw the BCS dreams of one contending team get busted...

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  18. College Football Games to Watch in Week Five

    College football enters its second month and fifth week overall this weekend. There are only 17 FBS schools that are still undefeated. Just three teams have a chance to be a BCS buster. Those three teams are TCU, Houston, and Boise State...

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  19. College Football: Week Four Review

    It was a wild week four in college football. Nearly every team in the top 25 was either upset or had a scare put in them. The top three teams were not challenged in their game. Two of the three did suffer a loss of another kind...

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  20. Best Pro Football Players In Mississippi History; Part Nine: Kickers

    This is the final installment in this series about the greatest pro football players in Mississippi history. The series has featured every position on the field and everyone has had a Hall of Famer or should be in the Hall of Fame...

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  21. Best Pro Football Players in Mississippi History, Part Eight: DB's

    After some time off for various reasons let’s go back to the finish off the “Greatest Pro Football Players in Mississippi History...

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  22. NCAA Week 4 Football Games To Watch

    It's the fourth week of the college football season and there has been no shortage of surprises. The non-conference schedule is finishing up and the conference seasons are beginning...

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  23. A Look Back at The Second Week Of The NFL Season

    Week two of the NFL season is over. One team has helped renew a rivalry in the AFC East. One team lived by kicking mistakes in week one and died by them in two. Also Tony Romo is not the only one to blame for the Cowboys loss...

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  24. College Football: Week Three Review

    The third week of college football is over and once again there was a shakeup in the top five. And once again, there was a huge let down on the West Coast. There were BCS dreams busted not once, but twice...

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  25. Something Else That Grinds My Gears in Sports: Playing The Race Card

    "But I wouldn't change my life for nothing in the world. There's nothing like being young, black and rich. But there are certain things you think about. If Floyd Mayweather was white, I'd be the biggest athlete in America...

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