1. Dear Tony Gonzalez: A Few Questions from the Atlanta Falcons' Cheap Seats

    Dear Tony, As a regular attendee at the Dome, where the Dirty Birds roam, there are many questions we your new loyal fans have for you...

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  2. Falcons Staff: A Study in Cohesion

    The Atlanta Falcons coaching staff is a blend of seasoned veteran coaches and young aggressive ones. They are led by Mike Smith, who took the reins of the team in 2008...

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  3. Newest Dirty Bird Brings Many Changes To Falcons Playbook

    The Atlanta Falcons have a great deal to be excited about for the upcoming season. With the arrival of future Hall of Fame TE Tony Gonzales, the Dirty Birds can continue the evolution of their young offense as well as QB Matt Ryan...

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  4. NFC South Poised For Strong 2009

    The NFC South was one of the most competitive divisions in the NFL last year, and 2009 will be no different. This could prove to be a major challenge for the Atlanta Falcons in their efforts ...

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  5. Atlanta Falcons In Search Of Consistency In 2009

    The 2008 season for the Atlanta Falcons far exceeded most predictions, but the expectations for 2009 are even greater...

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  6. In Search Of Heroes and Role Models in Pro Sports

    It is somewhat ridiculous to say that we pick our heroes based on their points per game, their slap-shot, their passer rating, or their fastball. Still, many a sports fan finds their idol on the branches of professional sports trees...

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  7. Young Jayhawks Coming Of Age, Advance To Sweet 16

    When the 2008-2009 NCAA Men's Basketball season began, few would have guessed that a team which lost five players to the NBA, and a total of seven players all together, would be gearing up for the Sweet 16 in the Big Dance...

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  8. Who Is Really To Blame For Steroids In Sports?

    American society loves to place blame, but hates it when the finger points towards themself. Nothing proves this theory more than our obsession with the "cheater dejour", the newly fallen, iconic ...

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  9. Graham Harrell and Five Other Heisman Trophy Snubs

    The Heisman Trophy ceremony for 2008 will be held tomorrow. One problem, one of the best athletes in college football this year will not be in attendance. Graham Harrell, Texas Tech's Sr...

    Kenny Crute Written by Kenny Crute about almost 6 years ago 2,123 reads 7 comments

  10. 2008 College Football Year in Review: 10 Moments to Remember

    The holiday season is a time during every year that leaves many a college football fan with mixed emotions. On the one hand, there is the joy of spending time with family and friends...

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  11. Inconsistency Becoming a Theme for Young Kansas Jayhawks

    Kansas men's hoops coach Bill Self has a lot to be thankful for this season. Fresh off of a national championship run, Self's new crop of players are experiencing some early season success...

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  12. Greg Maddux: 10 Great Performances, One Lasting Legacy

    In September 1986, an unknown pitcher made his major league debut as a pinch-runner in the 17th inning. In the bottom of the following inning, he surrendered a walk-off homer and took the loss...

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  13. What If: O.J. Didn't Do It

    Athletes have played a dramatic role in the justice system over the last 10-15 years. Professional athletes seem to be targeted not just by wrongdoers but by law enforcement as well...

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  14. Young Jayhawks Continue to Improve: Frosh Powers Kansas Past Aggies

    The defending National Champs took another step toward their development into a strong squad last night as the Jayhawks defeated New Mexico State 100-79...

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  15. Dear Mr. President-Elect: Five Reasons Why We Shouldn’t Have a Playoff

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  16. Big XII QB’s Dominate Passing Leader Boards

    College football passing records are falling like autumn foliage and the culprits have a common link, most are from the same conference. From a fan perspective, college football never disappoints...

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