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It feels weird to suggest that an undefeated Ohio State team could have absolutely no shot to play in the national championship game, but that is the reality staring down at the Buckeyes right now following the release of the latest BCS standings Sunday night.
The 2013 NFL season is only one week old, and there are already lots of new happenings and some things that seem to never change. One old Giant could land back in the blue of New York. Super Bowl suite prices are far too high. And one Lion is looking familiar troubles in the face already.
The first week of the NFL season often brings forth a lot of info about how the rest of the year could go. It shines the light on those that look like contenders and focuses on those that are pretenders. Week one also brings about injuries that could really hurt a team for the rest of the season.
Even though the start of the 2013 NFL season is supposed to be about good times, excitement and thrills; there is still a lot of controversy at the base of everything. That includes spilling a lot of secrets and being in the wrong places at the wrong times.
Strange Night Of Events Leads To Proper Sendoff For Ray Lewis: Ravens Beat 49ers 34-31 In Super Bowl XLVII
Super Bowl XLVII was my first ever NFL championship game to see in person, and it certainly did not disappoint by any stretch of the imagination.
This is it. This is the final game of the season. This is my final pick of the season. How wrong can it be?
Life is made up of a series of choices for every single human being. Instead of totally getting rid of football, shouldn’t playing it be left as a choice for all individuals to make?
Around The Super Bowl: Donald Driver To Retire, Joe Flacco Needs Cash, Ed Reed Concerned About NFL Policies
By Danny Cox Lots of news is all over the place as Super Bowl XLVII draws ever closer, but not everything is about the Baltimore Ravens or San Francisco 49ers. While two big stories today […]
Sometimes, it just doesn’t pay to open up your mouth and say anything at all. That’s especially true if you’ve got the entire world watching you.
The first of two Super Bowl teams arrived in New Orleans on Sunday night, and the San Francisco 49ers wasted no time in letting the world know their plan…walk out of the “Crescent City” with another championship for the franchise.