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Archive for December, 2010

Jenn Sterger (circa Super Bowl XLIII) Hints At Favre’s Advances, LeBron James’ Decision

Thursday, December 30th, 2010

Let's turn back the clocks to the week prior to Super Bowl XLIII played in early February, 2009. Jenn Sterger, who of course has become a household name recently, joined WDAE in Tampa to talk about what she'd been up to since Brett Musberger had helped make her an internet ...

Phoenix Makes Another Trade In Hopes of Making Up Lost Ground

Thursday, December 30th, 2010

The struggling Phoenix Suns, which reached the Western Conference Finals last season, have been active players on the trade market this season.  They recently traded away Jason Richardson, Hedo Turkoglu and Earl Clark to Orlando in exchange for Marcin Gortat, Mickael Pietrus and Vince Carter.  Their ineptitude on defense is ...

Gene Chizik Hopes Auburn Can Continue the SEC’s Dominance in College Football

Thursday, December 30th, 2010

For the latter part of this decade, the SEC has dominated college football with the last four BCS National Champions and three out of the last four Heisman Trophy winners, including Cam Newton, coming from SEC schools.  This year is no different as the SEC will be well represented once ...

Vick, Eagles Fall Short of Earning Playoff Bye

Thursday, December 30th, 2010

The script seemed like it was all set up for the Philadelphia Eagles. After DeSean Jackson's mesmerizing game-winning return against the Giants, the Eagles could simply beat a Brett Favre-less Minnesota team, perhaps beat Dallas and get help from a Green Bay team looking for a playoff bid. If it all ...

Kirk Cousins and Michigan State Trying to Prove to the Nation They Are an Elite Program

Thursday, December 30th, 2010

When he is not studying kinesiology, Kirk Cousins is one of the better quarterbacks in the Big Ten. His efficient play under center, a strong running game, and tough defense was the formula this season for the Spartans to earn a share of the Big Ten Title and a top ...

Oney Guillen Should Practice What He Preaches

Thursday, December 30th, 2010

Once again, Oney Guillen is in the news. You probably know him as the son of Chicago White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen who was ushered out of the White Sox organization for making ill-timed and ill-mannered comments about the organization, mostly on Twitter. He was back at it again this week, ...

Mike Vrabel Says the Players Will Do Everything in Their Power to Give the Fans Football in 2011

Thursday, December 30th, 2010

Whether or not there will be football played in the NFL in 2011 is anyone’s guess at this point and there are a number of things that are on the table for negotiation. Negotiations are still ongoing and they will probably continue up until midnight on March 3rd or maybe ...

Rex Ryan and the Jets are Playoff Bound Despite Third Loss in Four Weeks

Wednesday, December 29th, 2010

The New York Jets aren't the easy team to figure out at the moment. Their offense looked impotent during losses to the Patriots and Dolphins; then the Jets played a complete game during a win over the Steelers; then most recently, the Jets hang 34 points on the Bears but ...

Leslie Frazier Moves One Big Step Closer to Retaining Job as the Vikings Stun the Eagles

Wednesday, December 29th, 2010

The tumultuous 2010 season of the Minnesota Vikings will finally come to an end next week. The season has been defined by scheduling conflicts, quarterback drama, failed goals, a mid-season coaching change, and even the collapse of their stadium. Credit interim head coach Leslie Frazier for bringing a modicum of ...

Jim Schwartz: “We Need To Get Used To Winning”

Wednesday, December 29th, 2010

To win football games, teams have to learn how to win before they can win themselves.  Winning isn’t just about showing up with the best team money can buy.  It is about preparation, technique, execution, hard work and determination, and sometimes teams have to hit rock-bottom before they can rise ...