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The Hartford Courant— He had never lost a game when leading at halftime at home. Tom Brady was 67-0 in such situations with the Patriots and, really, there was little reason to believe the quarterback who has won more playoff games than any in NFL history wasn't...
If Mike Holmgren is interested in coaching, then Phil Emery had better be interested in talking to him. Holmgren told ESPN.com that he indeed would consider returning to the sideline, but isn’t aggressively seeking a job. If a guy says he wants to...
While Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has won some people with his play the past two weeks, Joe Namath’s mind had long been made up. He didn’t need to see Flacco out-shine Indianapolis Colts phenom Andrew Luck and outplay Denver Broncos future...
Good morning and welcome to a fairly sleepy morning on the Internet. Twitter is mostly concerned with heady topics like Happy Hump Day and #ILoveMyPhone, but there are a few news stories bubbling up. The lovely ladies of the annual Victoria Secret...
Tags: Politics, Lotteries, Arizona Cardinals, Football, Fashion Shows
The Baltimore SunAlthough many Johnny Unitas plays are seared in Baltimore's collective memory, the NFL is betting folks might want a refresher. The organization has introduced a collectible it's calling the Keepr. People plug it into their computer and can revel in...
SAN FRANCISCO -- Ever since coach Jim Harbaugh gave second-year quarterback Colin Kaepernick the starting nod over hot-handed Alex Smith, the question has hovered over the 49ers like a cloud. Did Harbaugh make the right decision? The powerful and...
The Ravens are packing their bags for New Orleans because the front office and coaching staff have pulled the trigger on a bunch of key moves over the past 12 months, from extending Ray Rice and signing players like Corey Graham and Justin Tucker to...
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The postgame roars from Notre Dame's locker room echoed right through the Coliseum's thick cement walls and metal beams Saturday night, moving around the 89-year-old arena like a long-absent force of nature. After decades away,...
A state championship ring for every finger of one hand. That is what Dr. Phillips junior Hannah Schaible says she hopes to accomplish before graduation. She has been a part of three state championship teams and has one year of high school remaining. She...
Tags: Sports, High School Sports, Volleyball, Football, Basketball
Groller's CornerWhat a gorgeous day. This must be what San Diego is like 365 days a year (366 this year). Couldn't be more perfect weather for the Eagles home opener against the Ravens on Sunday and judging by the mood in the parking lot, there's a sunny disposition...
Maybe the Mayans were right, but they were just off by a few weeks. Instead of Dec. 21 being the end of all civilization as we know it, it was actually Nov. 17. And while we obviously survived, Kansas State and Oregon fans saw their teams' national...
firstname.lastname@example.orgOne of the Northern State football team’s biggest fans is a three-time Super Bowl champion. NSU senior linebacker Logan Fahnhorst’s father, Jim, played linebacker for the San Francisco 49ers from 1984-90. The 49ers were in the midst of a...
Jan 21, 2013 |Column| Hartford Courant
Jan 2, 2013 |Column| Chicago Tribune
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Nov 26, 2012 |Story| WSBT-TV
Jun 12, 2012 |Story| Orlando Sentinel
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Nov 18, 2012 |Column| Orlando Sentinel
Nov 9, 2012 |Story| Aberdeen News
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