1. Cowboys Fans, It's Officially Time To Worry

    It's only the preseason...It's only the preseason...It's only the preseason. You can keep repeating this to yourself, but it doesn't take away the fact that the Dallas Cowboys offensive ...

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  2. A College Football Playoff System That Would Actually Work

    In a year where Florida, Alabama, Texas, TCU, Cincinnati, and Boise State should all end up undefeated, the college football playoff talk will be louder than ever following this weekend's conference championship games...

    John Moss Written by John Moss about over 4 years ago 728 reads 1 comments

  3. Dallas Cowboys Coaches Will Determine Success In 2009

    With all that has gone on with the Dallas Cowboys this offseason, whether or not Dallas has a successful season or a disastrous one ultimately falls on one group: the coaching staff...

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  4. One on One With Tony Romo: A Mythical Interview

    Trying to decide which member of the 2009 Dallas Cowboys to do a feature interview on is one of the hardest decisions you could have when covering a NFL team. After careful consideration, my choice would be quarterback Tony Romo...

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  5. Dallas Cowboys To Play "Smash-Mouth Football" in 2009

    Those Dallas Cowboys fans that have paid close attention to the plays called by offensive coordinator Jason Garrett over the past few seasons will have a hard time recognizing the Silver and Blue in 2009...

    John Moss Written by John Moss about 5 years ago 497 reads 2 comments

  6. 2009 NFC East: The Best of the Best

    Heading into the 2008, the NFC East was widely considered to be the best division in all of football—and with all four teams finishing .500 or better, it did not disappoint. Here is the scary part: 2009 should be even better...

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  7. Dallas Cowboys Look For Winning Ways In 2009

    The Dallas Cowboys will have one less distraction to worry about when the team reports for Training Camp in San Antonio on July 29, with the departure of WR Terrell Owens to Buffalo earlier this off-season...

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  8. Why Coaches Should Coach and Media Should Vote

    After yet another amazing Saturday of upsets in the college football world, the new batch of rankings came out on Sunday. The Associated Press poll, the first to be released Sunday morning, looks like this: 1...

    John Moss Written by John Moss about over 5 years ago 386 reads 2 comments

  9. Game of the Year? Look No Further Than Oklahoma-Texas

    In a season with numerous marquee games already played, and many still to come, one stands out above the rest as the "Game of the Year...

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  10. The 2008 Dream Tour: College Football's Games of the Week

    Wouldn't it be nice to be Chris, Kirk, or Lee on College Gameday? Each week, you find yourself at the arguably the best college football game of the week.....

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  11. Open Mic: Cal Ripken, Jr. Has Most Impressive Streak in Sports History

    With all the negatives throughout the world of sports at the moment, it's important to focus on the good things, the things that brought us to sports in the first place. It was September 6, 1995, and Baltimore's Camden Yards was electric...

    John Moss Written by John Moss about 6 years ago 535 reads 2 comments

  12. Racing's New Hope—Nicanor

    He's been called the "Ghost of Barbaro". Already, people are clamoring to see him run his first race. His name is Nicanor—and he might be the savior horse racing has been looking for...

    John Moss Written by John Moss about 6 years ago 2,385 reads 5 comments

  13. The Belmont Stakes -- A Run At History... Again

    Saturday's running of the Belmont Stakes will be yet another attempt at breaking the current 30 year drought of Triple Crown near-misses. This time, Big Brown takes his shot at a field of nine other seemingly over-matched opponents...

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  14. Kobe Bryant or Chris Paul: The Debate for MVP

    Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant, in his 12th NBA season, finally won his first Most Valuable Player award earlier Tuesday afternoon...

    John Moss Written by John Moss about 6 years ago 1,577 reads 21 comments

  15. Triumph Mixed with Tragedy: The 2008 Kentucky Derby

    It was a day of celebration for Big Brown and his connections. His stirring four-and-three-fourths length win in Saturday's Kentucky Derby was one of the most visually impressive Derby wins ...

    John Moss Written by John Moss about 6 years ago 8,301 reads 33 comments

  16. Kentucky Derby: Handicapping "The Run for the Roses"

    Saturday marks the 134th running of the Kentucky Derby, commonly referred to as the "most exciting two minutes in sports"...

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  17. 2008 NFL Draft Review: NFC East

    After 14 hours and 26 minutes, the 2008 NFL Draft is in the books. Now comes the fun part—breaking down each team’s draft, division by division...

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  18. 2008 NFL Mock Draft: Version 3.0

    With four days until the 2008 NFL Draft, it's time to update my second mock draft. News today of the Chiefs agreeing to send DE Jared Allen to the Vikings in exchange for their first ...

    John Moss Written by John Moss about 6 years ago 367 reads 2 comments

  19. 2008 NFL Draft: Mock Version 2.0

    With five days until the 2008 NFL Draft, it's time to update my first mock draft. News today of the Dolphins reaching a deal with Michigan OT Jake Long flip-flops my first two picks, along with a few other changes throughout the first round...

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  20. 2008 NFL Draft: Mock Version 1.0

    With exactly one week until the 2008 NFL Draft, it's time to unveil my first mock draft. Obviously, things could (and will) change between now and April 26. With that said... with the first pick in the 2008 NFL Draft, the Miami Dolphins select:1...

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  21. Sean Sutton Fired At OSU— What was Mike Holder Thinking?

    When I arrived at the office this morning, I was shocked to read this story from ESPN.com saying that Sean Sutton has been asked to leave Oklahoma State.Mike Gundy, the Oklahoma State football coach, has had two consecutive mediocre seasons in Stillwater.

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  22. Memphis-Texas: LIVE First Half Analysis

    Story of the first half here in Houston is the Memphis Tigers defense. Willie Kemp is playing phenominal defense on Texas sharp-shooter A.J. Abrams, limiting him to just 1-of-5 shooting for 2 points, and Derrick Rose has held D...

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  23. 2008 NBA Draft: Who Should Stay, Who Should Go, Part 2

    In part two of my look at the upcoming 2008 NBA Draft, we'll examine the junior class and ask the question, "Should they stay in school, or go pro?"But before I get to the class of 2009, there is something I want to clarify...

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  24. Memphis-Michigan State: LIVE Halftime Reaction

    Memphis came out running from the opening tip and didn't stop until halftime, blitzing Michigan State for a 50-20 halftime lead.The Tigers were lead by freshman guard Derrick Rose, who had 12 points and four assists...

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  25. Stanford-Texas: LIVE Game Recap

    The second half featured more of the same from the Longhorns, after withstanding a nice run by Stanford to cut the lead to 52-51 with 12:39 left in the game...

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