1. Every Browns Fan is Two Fans in One

    From Studyofsports.com The Cleveland Browns have a bipolar, schizophrenic, love-hate relationship with glamour and crud. Of the two, we like both the most...

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  2. Cero Ocho: Cincy in The Cellar

    From Studyofsports.com Where did the Bengals go wrong? In 2005 they had the most high powered offense in all of football. Carson Palmer proved that he was the face of the franchise and the rest of the offense had promise with Chad Johnson, T...

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  3. World Series Game Four

    From Studyofsports.com The Rays, playing the part of Cinderella, are the real story of the 2008 World Series. A team rising from the trenches of one season to win a championship the next is not as uncommon as you might think...

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  4. Jazzed and Ready: Utah Jazz 2008-2009 Preview

    From studyofsports.com: Tuesday marks the tip-off of the 2008-2009 NBA regular season. For Salt Lake City patrons, Wednesday night will be the first opportunity to watch the Utah ...

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  5. What Might Have Been?

    From Studyofsports.com: We at S.O.S. were talking last week about Bo Jackson and all the obligatory "what might have beens"...

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  6. Two of a Kind: The Greatest Running-Back Duos in NFL History

    From Studyofsports.com: We received a letter this week from “Zebow,“ a reader in Colorado, that asks: “It seems like the NFL doesn’t have any good running-back tandems anymore...

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  7. Under .500 Again

    From Studyofsports.com: Every year, I have a running bet with my brother where I will pay him one dollar for every game the Rangers are over .500. I have yet to pay a dime...

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  8. USA Men's Gymnastics Team: As American As Humble Pie

    From studyofsports.com: Every four years, the world’s top athletes come together to compete at the Summer Olympics...

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  9. Monday Morning Quarterback: Steve DeBerg

    From Studyofsports.com: We are proud to introduce a new section today. Each Monday throughout the football season, we will spotlight a quarterback from the past that you may not know. We call this section “Monday Morning Quarterback”...

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  10. Theyyyyy’re Out! The Fate of Baseball in the Olympics

    From Studyofsports.com: Tonight is the Opening Ceremony for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, where athletic representatives in 28 sports from 205 countries will come together for the chance to take home the gold...

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  11. The Decline and Fall of Hank Blalock.

    From Studyofsports.com: Rangers fans, remember the good ol’ days when the left field bleachers at the Ballpark were filled with those fun-loving, cowboy boot wearing college ...

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  12. Nolan Ryan Apologetics

    From Studyofsports.com: We received an interesting email recently from “Plunk”, one of our members, that asks: “From 1957 to 2007, which MLB pitcher has allowed two hits or ...

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  13. By the Decade

    From Studyofsports.com: With the Boston Celtics winning the NBA championship last month, I began to wonder if I should place some money on the Bruins next year to win the Stanley Cup...

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  14. 200 Hit Teammates?

    With the blistering pace of Ian Kinsler leading the AL this year with 134 hits, it brings the question to mind, “How difficult is it to get 200 hits in a season?” Ichiro ...

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  15. Ryan or Roddick?

    I received a question from a reader: “Is it harder to hit a single off a 98mph fastball or return a 140mph serve back over the net in tennis? I say tennis." Well, I think there are three or four essential elements to this question...

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  16. It's Cracker Jack!

    From Studyofsports.com: 2008 marks the 100th anniversary of sport’s most beloved musical arrangement...

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  17. Was Ted Williams Robbed?

    “My only goal is that one day, when I walk down the street, I want someone to say ‘Look, there goes Ted Williams, the greatest hitter who ever lived.’” Here is a quick rundown of Ted’s stats: Career batting avg: ..

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