1. NFL: The Pressure of Coaching

    There has been a lot of talk around the water cooler about Pete Carroll's acceptance of the head coaching job with the Seattle Seahawks...

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  2. Army-Navy: A Traditional Rivalry

    One of the most popular college football rivalries, is that of the annual Army/Navy game. Since 1890, the Midshipmen (Navy) and the Black Knights (formerly the Cadets of Army) have been battling on the gridiron...

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  3. 2009 College Football Rivalries To Watch

    With the new college football season ready to begin, I have to plan my watching schedule. By setting the schedule, I can plan for the football parties and make sure there are enough snacks and "cold beverages" on hand...

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  4. Bull Riding: Man Against Beast

    Dust rose over the arena that morning as the beast prowled a crowded pen. Three men in painted faces gathered in the center of the ring, as dust sifted through the air. Slowly a crowd developed from out of the distance, stammering to find a seat...

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  5. Problems with Steroids in Football

    A hot topic in sports news today is that of performance enhancing drugs. This issue has been a concern of many who either watch or participate in sports...

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  6. Notre Dame Legends Take on Japanese National Team

    Notre Dame football alumni will be taking on the Japanese National Team in American football on Saturday, July 25, 2009 in Tokyo at 4 p.m. local time (3 a.m. US ET)...

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  7. NFL: Foreign Players in History

    When we think of football, many of us might think of soccer. However, I'm writing about American football. We know that football, or should I say American football, has been growing for years...

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  8. Love Hate Relationship With TV Football Announcers

    There has been a long-standing love/hate relationship between sports spectators and the announcers add their voice to the action. In football in particular, the love/hate relationship stands out...

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  9. UNM Lobo Football 2009

    (Albuquerque, NM)—University of New Mexico head football coach Mike Locksley has his work cut out for him. Coach Locksley’s looking at a tough schedule in the Mountain West, plus ...

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  10. The Growth of American Football: How Successful Can the Sport Be Overseas?

    Football is no longer just an American sport anymore. With American servicemen playing football on their off time, the game received notice from the people of the countries these servicemen were stationed...

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  11. Coaching American Football in Germany

    American football is starting in gain ground around the world. Though in some countries it's known as Gridiron football, most Americans don't know the game has been gaining ground in popularity for more than 50 years...

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