1. Three Reasons Why 2009 Won't Be Like 2005 For The Utah Utes

    It's hard to avoid comparing the two best teams in Utah football history. Both the 2004 and 2008 teams had strong senior leadership, a favorable schedule that featured Utah's toughest opponents ...

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  2. Erik Johnson out 6-9 Months with Torn ACL

    Following a freak injury during a team golfing event last week, Erik Johnson received the devastating news Tuesday that he'll be out 6-9 months with a torn ACL. This will prematurely end the sophomore campaign for the No...

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  3. Eastern Conference: What To Watch For in The 2008-09 NHL Season

    Yesterday I wrote about what excites me for each team in the Western Conference. Today, it's the Eastern Conference. Atlanta Thrashers Can Ilya Kovalchuk carry this team to the post-season? ...

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  4. Western Conference: What to Watch for in the 2008-09 NHL Season

    Baseball is over (my Cards checked out from the season three weeks ago), my fantasy football season is already lost (Curse you, Tom Brady!), and the air has gained an unmistakable crispness...

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  5. Mountain West Football Week Two: Previews, Picks, and Power Rankings

    Week One record: 6-2 Week Two The Yawners Stephen F. Austin @ TCU: Sep. 6, 5:00 pm Mountain Time; TV: none Winner: TCU Following a convincing victory over the Lobos in Albuquerque, the Frogs ...

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  6. Mountain West Conference: Week One Picks

    The Yawners Southern Utah @ Air Force: Aug. 30, 12:00 pm Mountain Time; TV: none Winner: Air Force Troy Calhoun did a fantastic job with the Falcons in his first year. That success will carry over in an easy win over the FCS Thunderbirds...

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  7. Top 10 Biggest Games for the Mountain West

    As a "non-BCS" conference, the Mountain West is always looking to garner nationwide respect and credibility. Winning big games and producing a quality champion are the two biggest ways to increase respect and credibility...

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  8. Five NFL Predictions Sure To Go Wrong

    1. Kellen Clemens will replace an ineffective Brett Favre in Week 7 and lead the New York Jets to the Super Bowl. 2. Ahman Green will lead the NFL in rushing for the AFC South champion Houston Texans...

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  9. Open Mic: My All-Time St Louis Cardinals Team

    Ten World Series titles. Sixteen Cooperstown residents. Seventeen pennants. There's a ton of history for this storied franchise, and many great players have stepped into the batter's box in the Gateway City...

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  10. Assessing the State of the St. Louis Blues

    My earliest complete Blues memory is when I was 13. Before that, I remember cheering for the Blues and watching them when they were on ESPN, but my first real recollection is the 2000 playoffs...

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  11. Utah Utes 2008: Three Burning Questions

    The Utah Utes, led by head coach Kyle Whittingham, finished the 2007 season strong, winning 8 of 9 games despite early season-ending injuries to Matt Asiata and Brent Casteel and nagging injuries that hampered key players like Brian Johnson and Gabe Long.

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