1. Packers' Running Game Goes No Where Fast

    St. Louis - This time the offensive linemen had no complaints. Mike McCarthy really did run the ball. The blockers just didn't hold up their end of the bargain...

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  2. Packers Take Care of Business in St. Louis

    "We are all about getting in as many punches in as possible," Packers coach Mike McCarthy said. "We were a little disjointed, frankly, at the start...

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  3. Leroy Butler: Packers Players Never Paid for Causing Injuries

    As it continues to fight the suspensions of four players in the Saints ’ bounty investigation, the NFL Players’ Association recently brought up the fact that in 1996, the ...

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  4. Charles Woodson to Miss Six Weeks with Broken Collarbone

    Though he showed no signs of it yesterday, Packers safety Charles Woodson suffered a significant injury in yesterday’s win over the Rams . Jay Glazer of Fox Sports reports Woodson suffered a broken collarbone, and will be out for six weeks...

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  5. Golson Gets Chance at Defining Moment

    So here we are, seven games in the books, a quarterback (uncertainty/drama/conundrum … but certainly not controversy) seemingly at last settled, the biggest game in at least seven years awaiting this Saturday in Oklahoma...

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  6. Truth Rumors: Tommy Gainey Credits Jim Furyk for Winning Advice

    Memo to Jim Furyk: Helping out a guy who's down may come back to bite you. Or, in this case, beat you. That's what happened Sunday afternoon, when Tommy "Two-Gloves" Gainey won The McGladrey Classic at Sea Island, Ga...

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  7. Truth Rumors: Keegan Bradley Beat Trash-Talking Michael Jordan in Match

    You knew Michael Jordan wasn't content just watching the Ryder Cup. Maybe that's why he challenged one of the team's stars -- Keegan Bradley -- to a match. According to Bradley, though, the audition didn't go well...

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  8. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Steals Nationwide Race with Fuel Strategy

    KANSAS CITY, Kan.—Ricky Stenhouse Jr. rallied from two laps down at Kansas Speedway to salvage his points day. Then he stole a win, as well...

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  9. Kyle Busch Vows to Get Even with Ryan Newman for Wreck

    KANSAS CITY, Kan.—Kyle Busch warned Ryan Newman that he can expect some payback for tapping him on Lap 182 Sunday at Kansas Speedway. Busch was on pace for a decent finish after he spun on his own on Lap 40 of the Hollywood Casino 400 ...

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  10. VIDEO: Ryan Lochte's Bizarre ESPN "College GameDay" Comment

    Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte has drawn his fair share of critics for his bro-ish tendencies and bizarre media appearances and interviews...

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  11. More Plagiarism Questions Haunt UNC-CH

    As the spring 2011 semester wound to a close, UNC-Chapel Hill football player Erik Highsmith had nothing to show for the blog students were supposed to contribute to for a communications class, his instructor said...

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  12. Saban Says Dooley Doing a 'Fantastic Job' at Tennessee

    Yeah, it’s coachspeak, but it’s Nick Saban coachspeak. About Derek Dooley. Who may not have a job at the end of this season. Tennessee has done squat on the field since Dooley arrived in Knoxville in 2010...

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  13. Northwestern Had to Use Silent Count on Final Drive… at Home

    It’s one thing to have a tough environment for visiting teams. It’s another to create a tough environment… for the home team… as visitors.....

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  14. OU-Notre Dame: Ire for the Irish; Why Oklahoma Fans Hate Notre Dame

    Bill Saxon and his family drove home in the rain on Nov. 17, 1957, on the lonely roads from Norman to Abilene, Texas, in those pre-turnpike days...

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  15. Alabama Players Celebrate Tennessee Win with Cigars; Post Pics on Social Media

    At just about midnight, Alabama landed in Tuscaloosa returning home from its 44-13 win at Tennessee. That was according to at least one message sent out via Twitter. The top-ranked Crimson Tide, also ranked No...

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  16. The Unlikeliest of Heroes

    When 105,290 fans – most clad in scarlet and gray – descended upon Ohio Stadium on Saturday, none probably realized they’d be celebrating an Ohio State win that will be talked about for years...

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  17. Ohio State 29, Purdue 22 (OT): Backup Plan

    In a season in which the Buckeyes have often managed to win in spite of themselves, this one took it to an extreme. “Some of the efforts I saw tonight were legendary,” Buckeyes coach Urban Meyer said...

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  18. Riddick Energized Irish Offense

    SOUTH BEND — Midway through Saturday's third quarter, with Notre Dame trailing and its offense seemingly running on a treadmill, the Irish faced a third-and-1 from their 37-yard line...

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  19. Notre Dame Wobbles, but Run Game, Defense Deliver vs. BYU

    SOUTH BEND – In the muted celebration, Cierre Wood stood defiant, convinced that the statistical carnage wreaked on the nation’s third-ranked rushing defense wasn’t an anomaly, but the start of something...

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  20. Unscathed Irish Unsatisfied After Escape

    SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Sorry for not partying. The players on the most visible team in college football went another Saturday without a loss and then proceeded to act like they had been there before...

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  21. Lutzenkirchen Posts Heartfelt Twitter Messages Following Season-Ending Injury

    Auburn tight end Philip Lutzenkirchen left Saturday's game against Vanderbit with an injury and then took to Twitter to tell the nation that his career as a Tiger was over...

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  22. Gators' Transformation Not an Accident

    GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Even during some of the darkest moments last season, Will Muschamp had a very clear vision of what he wanted this Florida football program to be. Envisioning it was the easy part...

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  23. LSU Teaches Texas A&M a Lesson in SEC-Style Football

    College Station, Texas -- Another Saturday, another rookie hazing in the SEC. There's been nothing warm about the welcome college football's alpha conference has extended to pledges Texas A&M and Missouri in their inaugural seasons...

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  24. Lutzenkirchen Posts Heartfelt Twitter Messages Following Season-Ending Injury

    Auburn tight end Philip Lutzenkirchen left Saturday's game against Vanderbit with an injury and then took to Twitter to tell the nation that his career as a Tiger was over...

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  25. Troubled NC State RB Given the Boot

    It’s been a tough go for North Carolina State running back Mustafa Greene, but his time with the Wolfpack has come to an abrupt halt. Coach Tom O’Brien said after Saturday’s win over Maryland that Greene has been dismissed from the team...

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