1. Freshman Records That Could Be Under Assault This Season

    Since the NCAA restored freshman eligibility in college football in 1972 freshmen have been taking lager roles on the field. Whereas freshman used to spend their first year on campus redshirting no matter how talented they were...

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  2. Ramirez and Ortiz Did Not Taint The Red Sox World Series Titles

    With the breaking news of the day being the release of the names of Manny Ramirez and David Ortiz for failing a drug test in 2003, questions now surround performance enhancing drugs in baseball once more...

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  3. Relax Packers Fans, Brett Favre To Stay Retired and Not Play For The Vikings

    ESPN has reported that after all the speculation the last few months and all the waiting by the Minnesota Vikings, Brett Favre has decided that for now he is done playing pro football and will stay retired...

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  4. Let the Vick Sweepstakes Begin Because He's Back

    Just announced on ESPN, Michael Vick has been given his conditional reinstatement to the NFL and can play in the preseason. Teams can now make a move to sign Vick knowing he can play this year in the NFL...

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  5. The Best Pro Football Players in Mississippi History, Part Six: D-Line

    In the first half of this series we looked at players from the offensive side of the ball. Just about every position we profiled had a Hall of Famer or a future Hall of Famer...

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  6. The Best Pro Football Players In Mississippi History, Part Five: Tight Ends

    Mississippi has had great players at every position covered so far. From quarterbacks to offensive linemen there have been great players from every university in the state. The position of tight end is no different...

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  7. The Best Pro Football Players in Mississippi History, Pt. 4: O-Line Men

    Mississippi has seen great players at the skilled positions leave the college ranks and have great careers. The state can argue that it has produced the best running back, quarterback, and wide receiver to ever play pro football...

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  8. The Best Pro Football Players in Mississippi History, Pt. Three: Wide Outs

    Mississippi has produced several good quarterbacks and running backs that have moved on to become great players in the NFL...

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  9. The Best Pro Football Players in Mississippi History, Pt. Two: Running Backs

    In part one of this series, I detailed some of the best quarterbacks from Mississippi universities to play pro football. From Charlie Conerly to Brett Favre, the state of Mississippi has produced some of the best quarterbacks to play pro football...

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  10. The Best Pro Football Players in Mississippi History, Pt. 1: Quarterbacks

    Even though Mississippi has no professional sports teams and not much national success in several years that has not stopped the Magnolia State from producing great pro football players...

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  11. SEC Best Overall Sports Conference; Texas Best Overall Sports Program.

    As fans, we love to argue about the best conference in a certain sport. I have to say that it changes from year-to-year who is dominate in certain sports. But the question is: Who has the best overall sports program...

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  12. After Beating Spain The U.S. Now Has to Prove They Are a Soccer Power.

    Watching the U.S. National team in the Confederations Cup this year, I began to wonder when we will compete with the big boys of soccer year in and year out. The question is why are we not a top team year in and year out...

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  13. Before You Get On Your Soapbox About Donte Stallworth Read This!

    I know this might not be a popular opinion but one that needs to be stated. Reading articles around the web and watching television on reaction to Donte Stallworth. What could my opinion be? Well, first let me state that I do not condone what Mr...

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  14. What If Brett Favre and the Vikngs Win The Super Bowl?

    Just one question for everyone who thinks it is so wrong for Brett Favre to play for Minnesota: What if he does sign with the Vikings and they go on to win the Super Bowl? What will all of you ...

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  15. Top 10 Moments in U.S. Open Playoff History

    The US Open is known as the toughest of the four majors and it was once again last year as Tiger Woods on a bad knee was pushed to a playoff by Rocco Mediate...

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  16. L.A.'s 4-1 Series Win Over Orlando Gives Lakers 15th Franchise Title

    Facing elimination in game five of the NBA Finals, the Orlando Magic started out fast by building an early eight point lead. The Los Angeles Lakers did not panic and slowly chipped in to the Magic lead...

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  17. Mark Martin Saves Enough Fuel For Win at Michigan

    The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race in Michigan was dominated by Jimmie Johnson for most of the race leading 145 laps out of 200. Even with all the dominance by Johnson after a caution saw the leaders making pit stops on lap 154 to set up an exciting finish

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  18. Pittsburgh Defeats Detroit 2-1 in Game Seven to Hoist the Cup

    No team has won a road Game Seven in the Stanley Cup since Montreal accomplished the feat in 1971 against the Chicago. The last time before 71 that the road team won you would have to go all the way back to 1945...

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  19. Before One-Year Rule, High School Players Were Doing Just Fine in the NBA

    Much has been made of the NBA’s one-year rule. The rule the NBA has used to make high school seniors wait at least one year out of high school before they can enter the NBA Draft...

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  20. Orlando Looses Second Overtime Game As Lakers Take 3-1 Series Lead.

    After getting their first finals win in franchise history in Game Three the Orlando Magic started off fast in Game Four. The hot shooting they had in Game Three carried over into the first half of Game Four...

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  21. If Brett Favre Comes Back We Should Enjoy Him As Long As We Can

    ESPN’s Chris Mortensen and Ed Werder reported that Brett Favre has undergone surgery to repair his injured throwing shoulder last week. It seems that Favre’s desire to play this season has outweighed his desire not to have surgery...

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  22. Pittsburgh Forces Game Seven, Series Heads Back to Detroit

    After being held scoreless in Game Five, the Pittsburgh Penguins faced elimination in Game Six for the second straight year in the Stanley Cup Finals...

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  23. Orlando Gets First Finals Win but Lakers Still Lead Series 2-1

    After a 25-point blowout in Game Two in Los Angeles, the Orlando Magic were still looking for their first NBA Finals win in franchise history...

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  24. Stewart Hangs on for First Win As Owner/Driver at Pocono

    Tony Stewart needed to conserve fuel with 41 laps to go after his last pit stop if he wanted to win at Pocono. With the rest of the field coming after him, Stewart was able to make the gamble pay off and hold on for the win...

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  25. Lakers Need Overtime To Down Magic; Take 2-0 Series Lead

    Every time the Orlando Magic have faced adversity in the playoffs this year they have bounced back with a great performance the next game. After losing Game One of the NBA Finals by 25 points they needed to bounce back once more...

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