1. NASCAR: Will Joey Logano Be out at Joe Gibbs Racing If He Misses the Chase?

    Time is running out for "Sliced Bread." Joey Logano ought to be in desperation win mode right now. If he fails to earn a second win in the next five races, "JoLo" is certain to miss the Chase for the fourth consecutive year...

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  2. NASCAR: Will Bad Luck Cause Kyle Busch to Miss the 2012 Chase?

    Kyle Busch looked to be on the right track after posting a strong runner-up finish at the Brickyard 400...

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  3. NASCAR: Will Troublemaker Kurt Busch Ever Grow Up?

    Kurt Busch is a head case. Everyone knows it. What everyone wondered after last year was whether or not he'd sober up after losing his plum ride with Penske Racing and being ...

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  4. Can NASCAR Fix the Talladega Style of Racing?

    Talladega needs to be fixed. The long green flag runs are incredibly boring, and the outcomes of the races are entirely too random...

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  5. NASCAR: 5 Drivers I Want to See Win This Season

    Most NASCAR fans have one or two favorite drivers. However, rooting exclusively for just a couple of drivers can lead to a lot of disappointing weekends, since even the Jimmie Johnsons ...

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  6. NASCAR Camping World Truck Series 2012 Season Preview

    The Camping World Truck Series will have a significantly different feel in 2012, as three big stories dominated the offseason headlines in NASCAR's most exciting and unpredictable national touring series...

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  7. NASCAR: How Will Danica Patrick Fare in 2012?

    Danica Patrick ’s full-time entry into NASCAR in 2012 is one of the most-hyped events in years, to the delight of many fans and to the consternation of many others...

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  8. NASCAR: Why the Points System Doesn't Punish Bad Finishes More Than the Old One

    How many times have you heard—from NASCAR drivers, the media or the guy sitting next to you in the Talladega bleachers—that the new points system makes it tougher for ...

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  9. NASCAR: A Proposal for a New and Improved Points System

    After a full season with the new points system in action in 2011, it is apparent that the system is pretty good. It's easy to understand, and contributed to an unprecedented tie atop the championship standings last season...

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  10. NASCAR: Dale Earnhardt Jr. Faces a Pivotal 2012 Season

    When will Dale Earnhardt Jr. win again? Will he ever be a factor in the Chase? Does he still have the talent worthy of driving a Hendrick Motorsports race car? As NASCAR heads ...

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  11. NASCAR: Will Kyle Busch Motorsports Be NASCAR's Next Powerhouse Team?

    After two remarkably successful years in the Camping World Truck Series, Kyle Busch Motorsports is expanding to the Nationwide Series in 2012. This is the next step toward what may be an inevitable move into the Sprint Cup Series...

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  12. Trent Richardson vs. Montee Ball: Who's the Best Heisman Finalist Running Back?

    This article is about Trent Richardson and Montee Ball , but let me start by going off on a bit of a tangent. Like many fans, I have a beef with the BCS system...

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  13. Tony Stewart Wins Sprint Cup Title: 5 Drivers Who Really Deserved It More

    Tony Stewart was "The Man" down the Chase stretch. He won five of the last 10 races in the 2011 season to grab the championship by the horns, wresting it away from Carl Edwards by the narrowest of margins...

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  14. NASCAR Sprint Cup Live Blog at Homestead: Stewart vs. Edwards in Chase Finale

    Tony Stewart is the 2011 Sprint Cup Series champion! It is Stewart's third career championship. Stewart won the Ford 400 in dramatic fashion and tied Carl Edwards in the points, as Edwards finished second...

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  15. NASCAR Sprint Cup: Why Jimmie Johnson Will Be Back with a Vengeance in 2012

    For the first time since 2005, Jimmie Johnson will not be hoisting the Sprint Cup championship trophy at Homestead-Miami Speedway following the season finale...

    Luke Krmpotich Written by Luke Krmpotich about almost 3 years ago 764 reads 15 comments

  16. NASCAR Sprint Cup Title at Homestead: 5 Reasons Carl Edwards Has the Advantage

    On Sunday, we will witness the perfect NASCAR showdown: Carl Edwards vs. Tony Stewart . The Ford Nice Guy against the sometimes cantankerous owner/driver...

    Luke Krmpotich Written by Luke Krmpotich about almost 3 years ago 429 reads 6 comments

  17. NASCAR Sprint Cup Power Rankings: Top 12 Drivers Coming out of Phoenix

    Kasey Kahne emphatically proved his status as the best of the non-Chasers. Kahne broke an 81-race winless streak at Phoenix International Raceway on Sunday, taking the lead from Carl Edwards on a green flag pit stop and stealing a win...

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  18. Michael McDowell: Sprint Cup Driver Grateful for NASCAR Opportunities

    While covering the Sprint Cup NASCAR weekend at Martinsville Speedway I had the opportunity to meet Michael McDowell. I interviewed the driver of the No...

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  19. NASCAR: 2003 Trucks Champion Travis Kvapil Looks to Raise His Game in Sprint Cup

    There is a lot of uncertainty in the NASCAR garage right now. David Reutimann recently lost his job at Michael Waltrip Racing and Travis Kvapil , driver of the No. 38 Ford for Front Row Motorsports , is another driver whose ride is in limbo...

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  20. NASCAR: Regan Smith Hopes 2011 Win Leads to 2012 Chase Berth

    Furniture Row Racing driver Regan Smith has driven for one of few NASCAR's single-car teams since 2009. It's been a work in progress for the past three years, but Smith has taken significant strides since his rookie season in 2008...

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  21. NASCAR: Matt Kenseth Doesn't Put Much Stock in History During Chase Run

    While covering NASCAR at Martinsville Speedway for Bleacher Report this past weekend, I had the opportunity to speak with 2003 Cup champion Matt Kenseth on Sunday morning before the race...

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  22. NASCAR: David Reutimann Career at Crossroads but Relies on Faith for the Future

    While covering the Sprint Cup race at Martinsville Speedway last weekend, I had the opportunity to interview Michael Waltrip Racing 's David Reutimann while waiting out the rain for practice to begin on Saturday morning...

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  23. Milwaukee Brewers: How the 2011 NL Pennant Was Lost

    It was a great ride, Milwaukee. The most regular-season wins in franchise history, the best home team in baseball, an entertaining squad on and off the field...and yet there's an empty feeling after losing to the St...

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  24. World Series: David Freese and 4 Players Most Likely to Provide Game 7 Heroics

    At the eleventh hour last night (11th inning, I mean), David Freese provided one of the most electrifying moments in World Series history. And with his Game 6 walk-off home run, Freese forced a deciding Game 7 tonight...

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  25. Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup: What It'll Take for Jimmie Johnson to Win

    Jimmie Johnson sits seventh in the championship standings, a whopping 50 points off the lead. He's not giving up hopes for a sixth consecutive title yet, but the road ahead is a daunting one, to say the least...

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