1. The NFL: 2008 in Review

    It's been a wild year in the NFL, with undefeated teams being defeated, young players becoming stars, and old dogs learning new playbooks (of course it's Brett Favre—who else could I mean with that comment?)...

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  2. Andrew Hatch Takes the Long Road to LSU

    His name is Andrew Hatch and he plays quarterback for LSU. He is competing with Jarrett Lee and Jordan Jefferson for the starting job next season. Most people see that as the end of Hatch's story, but it's not, not even close...

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  3. The Current Top Five Quarterbacks In The NFL (In My Opinion)

    The days of greats such as Joe Montana have come and gone, but who are the current top 5 quarterbacks in the NFL? Is Eli Manning on the list? What about his brother Peyton? Is the future Hall ...

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  4. Black and Gold Report: December 17, 2008

    First things first. Reggie Bush is done, for the season at least. Bush sprained the medial collateral ligament in his left knee in the Saints' game against the Chicago Bears Thursday night...

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  5. Chiefs' GM Carl Peterson Resigns After Dismal Season

    Kansas City Chiefs' owner Clark Hunt confirmed Monday that general manager Carl Peterson has resigned after the Chiefs' dismal season so far. His resignation will take effect at the end of the season...

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  6. Monte Kiffin Will Join Son At Tennessee

    By Joshua Joffrion Tampa Bay — Monte Kiffin is headed for Rocky Top. He will be giving up his job as the defensive coordinator for the Tampa Bay Bucs to join his son, Lane Kiffin's staff at the University of Tennessee...

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  7. New Orleans Saints: The Bayou Basement Blues

    Not even a prayer at midfield could save the Saints' season. The Saints fell to the Chicago Bears in a cold, overtime battle in Chicago. It was the Saints' third loss in a row in Chicago, the third time that Chicago has ended the Saints' season...

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  8. Brett Favre: Through The Years

    Sure, if you any kind of football fan, than you have heard of Brett Favre. He was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons out of the University of Southern Mississippi and then traded to the Green Bay Packers where he had a Hall of Fame career...

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  9. Oklahoma QB Sam Bradford Wins The Heisman Trophy

    New York City: Oklahoma Sooners quarterback Sam Bradford finished first in the Heisman Trophy voting and accepted college football's highest honor at a ceremony in New York City Saturday night...

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  10. The New Orleans Saints 2008 Season Report Card

    The good news: The Saints finally established a running game. The bad news: It was too late in the season for it to make much of a difference...

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  11. The New Orleans Saints' Magical Season Of 2006-07

    It all started with Hurricane Katrina. Katrina was a Category 3 hurricane at landfall and basically destroyed the immediate Gulf Coast area, New Orleans was flooded for days and the Louisiana ...

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  12. Saints Go Marchin' In on Chicago.....Again

    Can any true Saints fan can forget it? The magical year of 2006, the year of rebuilding, the year of a drowned city rising again, the year that the Saints actually made the playoffs, and the ...

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  13. Pacman Jones Suffers A Possible Career Ending Injury

    Dallas Cowboys' cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones apparently suffered a season ending neck injury in the Cowboys' game against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday...

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  14. Monday Night Magic or Monday Night Blues?

    It was Sunday morning, I eagerly awoke and searched my mind for Saints' opponent of the week, then I remembered that they were going to play the Packers in the Dome on Monday Night Football...

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  15. Reggie Bush Progressing But Sits Out Practice

    The last time that New Orleans Saints' running back and punt returner extraordinaire Reggie Bush played in a Monday Night Football game, he took two punts back for touchdowns and nearly took another one back...

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  16. Browns' Brady Quinn Has A Broken Finger

    Cleveland- Sources say that Cleveland Browns' quarterback Brady Quinn has a broken right index finger. The Browns first thought that Quinn had bruised the hand after banging it on the helmet ...

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  17. The Best Thing That Ever Happened to Matt Cassel

    We all remember the scene: It was Week one of the NFL season, and the Patriots were playing the Chiefs. Everything was going fine until Bernard Pollard delivered a crunching blow to Patriots' quarterback Tom Brady...

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  18. Pierre Thomas Shines As Saints Win In K.C., 30-20

    With the injuries of Reggie Bush and Deuce McAllister last year, rookie Pierre Thomas was a bright spot at the running back position for the Saints, and yesterday was no exception...

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  19. LSU's Future Rests In The Hands—Or Rather On The Arm Of—Jarrett Lee

    Two of the quarterbacks above are held in high regard around Baton Rouge, Louisiana and the surrounding area, either of them would be approached by any LSU fan seeking an ...

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  20. The Who Dat Nation Becomes Next Year Country

    Back in the late 1800s and early 1900s, many farmers around the nation were affected by plagues that ruined their crops, such as grasshoppers, locusts, and floods...

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  21. Georgia Tops LSU, 52-38

    Mike The Tiger shed great tiger tears as he realized that LSU will probably not head to the BCS National Championship Game this year, all that they can do now is to cheer for an SEC ...

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  22. The No-Fun League

    When I say NFL, you may think that I am talking about the National Football League, but I'm thinking more along the lines of the No-Fun League...

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  23. Brett Favre: A Local Legend

    Above is the quarterback that you now know as No. 4, but he used to wear No. 10 back when he played for the Hancock Hawks in Hancock County, MS. Some call him the greatest quarterback to ever throw a football, but that's for history to decide...

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  24. LSU Falls to Georgia and Out of BCS Championship Race

    Mike The Tiger shed great tiger tears as he realized that LSU will probably not head to the BCS national championship game this year; all he and his fellow LSU fans can do now is cheer ...

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  25. New Orleans Saints: It's Looking Like Another Bad Year Down on the Bayou

    Sean Payton had success in his first year as the coach of the New Orleans Saints, taking the Saints all the way to the NFC Championship Game, where they lost against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field...

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