1. Washington Football: Huskies May Open Season Minus Top Tackler

    The University of Washington will be without starting outside linebacker E.J. Savannah for as long as three months after he recently broke his left arm in a non-football-related incident...

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  2. Bucs' Cadillac Williams Aiming for Training Camp

    Anyone who saw Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Cadillac Williams’ knee injury last year knew how serious it was right away...

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  3. Bengals Appear to Win Stare Down with Ocho Cinco

    Is Chad Johnson mellowing or is he just cheap? The Bengals’ outspoken receiver, who had sworn he wouldn’t play for Cincinnati again, was on the field and participating for the first ...

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  4. NFL: Top 10 Dumbest People in the League

    Yesterday, former Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chris Henry, the magnet of trouble that he is, was unsurprisingly given an indefinite suspension by the NFL for, well, what has he not done over ...

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  5. Top 10 Dumbest People in the NFL today

    Yesterday, former Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chris Henry, the magnet of trouble that he is, was unsurprisingly given an indefinite suspension by the NFL for, well, what has he not done over ...

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  6. Missouri Football: Tigers Takes a Hit With Loss of Wide Receiver

    Behind Heisman candidate Chase Daniel, Missouri is a chic pick to play in next season’s BCS National Championship Game, but the Tigers will have to navigate through the early part of their ...

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  7. Missouri takes hit with loss of WR Alexander

    Behind Heisman candidate Chase Daniel, Missouri is a chic pick to play in next season’s BCS National Championship Game, but the Tigers will have to navigate through the early part ...

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  8. Seahawks have receiver questions heading into camp

    Seahawks coach Mike Holmgren has said this will be his last year on the sideline, and you know he wants to go out a winner in Seattle. However, one big question dogging the team this offseason is at wideout...

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  9. Seahawks have receiver questions heading into camp

    Seahawks coach Mike Holmgren has said this will be his last year on the sideline, and you know he wants to go out a winner in Seattle. However, one big question dogging the team this offseason is at wideout...

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  10. Overrated/Underrated: Oregon State winning consistently and quietly

    People like to talk about overrated teams, but what about underrated teams? There are some programs that fly under the radar and consistently succeed...

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  11. Young's development key to Titans' hopes in '08

    Is Vince Young on his way to becoming another Michael Vick? No, Titans fans don’t have to worry about any off-field issues with him, unless they object to him drinking Patron with his shirt off...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Eddie Griffin about over 6 years ago 173 reads 1 comments

  12. Important season looms for Niners, Nolan

    Coach Mike Nolan would prefer to forget all about the 2007 season. A repeat in 2008 and San Francisco fans may just forget all about him...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Eddie Griffin about over 6 years ago 140 reads 0 comments

  13. Mountain West Football Preview: Part I—Beehive State Battle for the Title

    Can anyone stop BYU? The two-time defending Mountain West champions have gone 8-0 in conference play in back-to-back seasons on the way to consecutive 11-2 seasons, Las Vegas Bowl wins, and top-15 finishes...

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  14. Notre Dame: Jimmy Clausen a Sophomore Stud or Sophomore Dud?

    // --> // --> This is the first in a regular series of articles that will be posted every Friday. Next week, we’ll be discussing who we think the most underrated college football program is...

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  15. Jimmy Clausen—Sophomore Stud or Sophomore Dud?

    Last year, Jimmy Clausen came into Notre Dame as the top prep prospect in the country, was expected to take the reins from Brady Quinn, and lead the Fighting Irish to the promised land...

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  16. Will Notre Dame’s new AD make or break Weis’ future?

    Is Charlie Weis sweating right now? No, it’s not because of anything related to his portliness, but because he’s going to have a new boss heading into a crucial season, with athletic director Kevin White headed to Duke...

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  17. Matt Ryan's Deal Raising Red Flags Regarding Rookie Salaries?

    This news isn’t new, but it fell on the back burner with college football previews taking most of my attention. Matt Ryan has signed a six-year, $72 million deal (with $34...

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  18. College Football: Should There Be an Early Signing Period?

    Could we soon have an early signing period in college football recruiting? Yesterday, the SEC’s coaches voted 9-3 in favor of asking the league to back a November signing period, similar to the one that college basketball currently has...

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  19. Are Jason Taylor's Days Numbered in Miami?

    It’s looking increasingly likely that Jason Taylor will be dancing with a new partner next season. While the Miami Dolphins star made sweet music with Edyta Sliwinska on the way to a runner-up ...

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  20. The last time a horse won the Triple Crown…(Part II)

    Yesterday, I went down the road of nostalgia all the way back to 1978 (seven years before I was born), to what was going on in the college football world the last time a horse won the Triple Crown...

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  21. Earl Campbell Won the Heisman Trophy the Last Time a Triple Crown Came Around

    If Big Brown wins the Belmont Stakes in a couple of weeks, he'll become the first horse since Affirmed in 1978 to win the Triple Crown...

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  22. Eddie G's 2008 NFL Fantasy Top 10 Impact Rookies

    Yesterday, I gave my take on who my fantasy top 10 for the 2008 NFL season. Today, I give a fantasy top 10 again, but this time around it’s all about the rookies...

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  23. Eddie G's Super Early 2008 NFL Fantasy Top 10

    The NFL season is still nearly four months away, but fantasy football enthusiasts are no doubt thinking ahead and strategizing...

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  24. Who Are the NCAA's Top Dual-Threat QBs?

    Having a quarterback who can beat an opponent with both his arm and his legs is one of the best weapons a coach can wish for...

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  25. Who Could Be 2008's BCS Busters?

    Three of the last four seasons, the BCS party has been crashed by an ambitious team from one of the ‘Group of Five,’ or in other words, the non-BCS conferences...

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