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Real Life Underdogs

Duke Butler Game

by Jon Stonger on 6 April 2010

Usually, Goliath wins

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The Wages of Greed

by Jon Stonger on 6 March 2010

How greed could ruin American sports

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Why bowls are a sad way to end a great college football season.

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Who deserves to win?

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TweetI was writing a brief, semi-joking post at my place about the one question I have for Tiger Woods and it made me think of a quick item I had posted here earlier in the year:  Michael Crabtree: Dumbest Man of the Year? Now, not only did Crabtree finally sign a multi-million dollar contract, but [...]

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Why aren’t there more black coaches? Their inclination, of course, is to blame racism.

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Just how good is 12-0?

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Amusing Headline of the Day

by Steven Taylor on 28 September 2009

TweetVia the LAT:  Lions win (and that’s not a typo) Of course, not so amusing if one is a fan of the Redskins (but amusing to everyone else, especially fans of the Cowboys…). Let the Jim Zorn Firing Watch begin (although as Peter King noted on Football Night in America last night, if Snyder fires [...]

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Football 1959

by James Joyner on 16 September 2009

TweetIn an otherwise rather lackluster attempt at a “throwback” football column designed to offer a humorous take on the 50th anniversary of the American Football League, Gregg Easterbrook captures beautifully how much our choices have expanded: In vacuum-tube news, have you heard the big story? ABC will televise the new upstart American Football League. With [...]

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TweetI propose that Michael Crabtree, former WR for the Texas Tech Red Raiders and draftee of the San Francisco 49ers, be nominated for the Dumbest Man of the Year award.  Crabtree is currently holding out (note:  the season starts tonight) and is threatening to sit out the year because he thinks he ought to be [...]

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Fixing College Football Alabama-Virginia Tech Kickoff Classic

Fixing College Football

by James Joyner on 9 September 2009

Most of the first weekend’s college football games are a joke that make a mockery of sportsmanship and competition.

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