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NFL Preview 2009

by Jon Stonger on 8 September 2009

After months in the football-less darkness of spring and summer, the NFL season is finally upon us.

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TweetWith the dawn of college football this week, one has to ask the question;  is it at all legitmate for a Football  Bowl Subdivision Division IA program to be playing a Football Championship Division IAA school?   I understand the need for college teams to have a “preseason” game or two before hitting their conference schedules.  [...]

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A Look at NFL QBs

by Steven Taylor on 3 September 2009

TweetTrent Dilfer ranks NFL QBs in an interesting, if somewhat unorthodox, manner over at ESPN. This project has been in the works for a while, fueled by frustration over pundits’ repeated failures to acknowledge and appreciate the most difficult position in sports. After studying quarterbacks throughout my career and spending the past year evaluating the [...]

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How a lad from Scotland came to love America’s greatest sporting spectacle.

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2009 Big XII Preview

by Jon Stonger on 31 August 2009

I don’t know what’s going to happen in the Big XII this year. That doesn’t stop me from writing about it.

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What is it about drafting an imaginary team in an imaginary league for an imaginary season that gets us so excited?

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Tweet19 Steps to Fantasy Football Championships is a slightly repackaged version of my Fantasy Football Guide, aimed at the social media market. Mostly, it’s an experiment in how different marketing and search optimization strategies work in attracting site visitors.

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Fantasy Football Guide

by James Joyner on 17 August 2009

Are you ready for some fantasy football?

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TweetWhile he’s not my cup of tea politically or as a fashion plate (mom jeans, indeed) it’s hard not to admire Barack Obama’s demeanor. Taegan Goddard points to a story on the way the man approaches golf, a sport that also serves as a four-letter word. President Obama, “who took up golf in his mid-30s [...]

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Being a Sports Dad

by Alex Knapp on 29 July 2009

Tweet It is not easy being the father of a child that participates in a sport.  One aspect of being a man is that we like to compare ourselves to other men.  Who has the better car, house, newest toy, etc.  Manufacturers of digital cameras have been exploiting this for years now. “How may megapixels [...]

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Women’s professional sports are in big trouble. The LPGA and WNBA are falling apart and WUSA is long gone. So what?

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