1. The Ten Most Interest Games of College Football Week 2

    After a Week 1 full of fireworks, surprises and upsets, week 2 promises to once again have some surprises in store and should also give teams a chance for an upset. Also, week two will be all about redemption, be it for a team, a player or a conference..

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  2. The Top 10 Games of College Football Week 1

    With an offseason plagued by scandal (see Ohio St, Miami, LSU, etc..) perhaps nobody is more excited for the return of college football than the NCAA itself. And this season's opening weekend should not disappoint with a pair of Top 25 matchups...

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  3. The Top 10 Games in College Football for Week 1

    It is that time of year again. The weather is starting to cool down while the grills are beginning to heat up. All across the country fans, players, coaches, and universities are gearing up for another college football season...

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  4. The 15 Most Interesting Games of the 2010 NFL Season

    Each year has those games. Those games that are full of intrigue. The ones that you mark on the schedule much before the season even starts. The ones that everyone will be talking about...

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  5. Wings Clipped: Why The Arizona Cardinals Will Have a Long Road Back

    In the NFL, nothing comes easy. That applies to winning 10-plus games, to winning back-to-back division titles, and to winning Super Bowls...

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  6. The 10 Best Athletes of the 2000s

    Every decade has its superstar athletes. Those whose names are synonymous with their sports. They are the one name wonders. Rice, Jordan, Magic, Babe, Pele, Gretzky and Elway...

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  7. 10 Must-Sees of the 2009 NFL Season

    Every year there are those must see games. The games that get hyped for weeks. The ones that everyone is tallking about at work the next day. The ones that shape a season. These games have storylines, drama and usually a few big names...

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  8. The Cougars Will Beat You Up: BYU Shocks the College Football World

    First upset of the year. First superstar down. First BCS shake up. BYU 14, Oklahoma 13. Mountain West, one; Big 12, zero. This is what BYU wanted, what they hoped for, what they needed...

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  9. Big 10 Problem: Ohio St., Iowa Causes For Concern; Penn St. Provides Hope

    For most BCS teams the first week of play is supposed to be a cake walk. You play some teams with a coordinate or two in the name, a team with a hyphen in between two words or even a team whose subdivision reads FCS...

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  10. Top 10 Opening Weekend Games

    Though Boise St. has already beaten Oregon 19-8, opening weekend is just beginning. 6' 3'' Senior Quarterback Zac Robinson (above) is just one reason why this year's opening weekend will be one of the best ever...

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  11. Week 10 NFL Preview

    This week things start to really get serious because up until now it was anyone’s game but starting now every game becomes crucial, especially in conferences such as the NFC East and West...

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  12. "As pieces come together, Cardinals look to soar into the Playoffs"

    At the end of last season the Cardinals found themselves in unfamiliar territory to say the least, having completed only their second non-losing season in ten years after going 8-8...

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