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Archive for October 7th, 2011

NLDS Game 5: Ryan Roberts and the Arizona Diamondbacks Look to Make History Tonight in Milwaukee

Friday, October 7th, 2011

I'm not sure that too many fans are tuning in to watch, but the opening round of the 2011 MLB Playoffs has certainly been exciting. Three of the four divisional round series have gone to five games, including the Arizona Diamondbacks surprising comeback against the Milwaukee Brewers. Down 2-0 in ...

John Mozeliak Says Tonight’s Game Is “All hands on deck”

Friday, October 7th, 2011

For the St. Louis Cardinals this season nothing has come easy. Yet through all of the adversity, the Cards have refused to give in and their magical September took them all the way into the playoffs and now they will take on the best team in baseball in a crucial ...

Jared Allen: “We need to clean up little things and get one win. Maybe that’ll be as infectious as these loses have been.”

Friday, October 7th, 2011

It has simply been a tale of two halves for the Minnesota Vikings this season. The Vikes have led at halftime in their first three games only to see leads evaporate in the 4th quarter resulting in brutal losses. If you look at the teams Minnesota has fallen to, they've lost to ...

Nyjer Morgan Calls the Diamondbacks’ Response to Beast Mode “Corny”

Friday, October 7th, 2011

After a tremendous regular season and a very good start to the NLDS against the Arizona Diamondbacks, the Milwaukee Brewers are on the brink of elimination. After watching the first two games of the series that didn’t seem likely. The Diamondbacks looked overmatched. They looked like a team that was ...

Bill Self: Kansas Basketball and the Big 12 Will Be Just Fine With or Without Missouri

Friday, October 7th, 2011

Since the beginning of this entire wild and crazy mess, all of the chatter surrounding the Big 12 Conference and possible realignment scenarios has been delineated by a strong sense of doom and gloom. Texas A&M was rumored to be heading to the SEC, which in turn might mean that ...

Les Miles on LSU’s Early Season Success: “Maybe some of the adversity we faced made us a little tighter.”

Friday, October 7th, 2011

Adversity struck the LSU Tigers program before their 2011 season even began. In early August, offensive coordinator Steve Kragthorpe was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease and subsequently relieved himself from most of his duties. Later in the month, just prior to the start of the season, starting quarterback Jordan Jefferson was ...