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Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Michael Vick Proves He's A Moron

The man is to be sentenced in December. He just tested positive for smoking marijuana. Need I say more? Sign in to see full entry.

Sunday, September 23, 2007

Da Boys Beat Da Bears

This is shaping up to be a rather strange year. A couple of the teams expected to show strong have not early on, but, hey, there's an entire season almost (13 games) left to go, so who know? What happened this weekend? Well for starters, Philadelphia scored 42 points on the Lions in the first two... Sign in to see full entry.

Notre Dame Sets Team Record; Michigan Shows True Colors

Notre Dame lost their fourth game in a row. It is the first time the Fighting Irish have ever started a season 0-4. Ever. Can't say as I don't enjoy the sound of zero in front of any number associated with winning at Notre Dame, but, still, it is kind of sad. You can only hate a team if they're good... Sign in to see full entry.

Sunday, September 16, 2007

The Shocking NFC North Division -- And How 'Bout Them Texans?

The two most shocking things in the NFL so far this year (and no, I'm not talking about 'spygate' or Michael Vick) are the undefeated teams at the top of the NFC North and the fact that the Houston Texans are undefeated and tied with Indianapolis for first place in the AFC South. Now, predict as... Sign in to see full entry.

Saturday, September 15, 2007

Tide Rolls Over #16 Arkansas And The Most Anticipated 0-4 Game Ever

Nick Saban is bringing back the Crimson Tide his first year out. He's not even giving everybody a decent resting season to get used to the idea that he's going to get a national championship within three or four years. Nope. He's already putting in his notice. Alabama went up against #16 Arkansas... Sign in to see full entry.

The Bellichek Principle

The talk around the country now is: How long have the Patriots been videotaping and deciphering opposing teams play calls? How legitimate, they are asking, are the three Super Bowl wins in six years? Doesn't matter, I say. Say what you want, be as judgmental as you like, heap derision upon the... Sign in to see full entry.

Monday, September 10, 2007

Cowboys Rock And The Chargers And Pats Roll

The Cowboys took home a win at home with the highest scoring game in the 82-game history between themselves and the New York Giants. The score: 45-35, a total of 80 points, 7 points higher than the previous record. The 'Boys looked quick and ready. And it didn't help that every other play produced a... Sign in to see full entry.

Saturday, September 8, 2007

University of South Florida Is For Real -- Upsetting #17 Auburn

Now, let's set the record straight. I am an Alabama fan (and the went 2-0 today with new coach Nick Saban); therefore, I despise Auburn. After seeing USF knock off WVU last year (the Mountaineers were #7 when they did it) and knock off Louisville the year before (I beleive they were #11 at the... Sign in to see full entry.

Tuesday, September 4, 2007

Whoopi Goldberg Excusing Michael Vick's Behavior Because He's Black?

Whoopi Goldberg, as intelligent a woman as she is, ought to be ashamed of herself attempting to circumspectly insinuate racism into this. I expect it of the many mental munchkin Michael Vick fans, but not from her. His culture? Look. Peyton Manning is from Tennessee, just as deep south as Michael... Sign in to see full entry.

Saturday, September 1, 2007

And How 'Bout Them Mountaineers?!!! Espcecially Those Appy St. 'Eers!!!

Oh, man! Oh, man!! Oh, man!!! Can anybody beleive it? I mean, if you didn't see that score with the big 'F' on it? I mean, seeing is beleiving, but... Appalachian State took it to #5 Michigan, including blocking a field goal to hang on to a 34-32 victory -- in Ann Arbor, for heaven's sake!! This is... Sign in to see full entry.

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