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Archive for November, 2011

Aaron Rodgers Says There Isn’t A Recipe To Beat The Packers

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

Even when it looks like the Green Bay Packers are struggling in a game, they find a way to win comfortably when the clock strikes zero at the end of the fourth quarter. Such was the case on Thanksgiving when, for one half, Aaron Rodgers looked human and the Packers ...

Brian Dawkins Doesn’t Care Who Gets the Most Credit in Denver As Long as the Broncos Are Winning

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

Let’s make one thing perfectly clear right now. The Denver Broncos have had an incredible turnaround this season for a number of different reasons. The defense has picked its game up tremendously, Willis McGahee is running the ball hard, and the Broncos special teams has made some big plays in ...

Rick Neuheisel: “You have to decide what your expectation level is and then meet that with the resources necessary.”

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

You'd think that coaching a football game after you'd already been fired would be awkward, yet it's not as if Rick Neuheisel is alone on this ship. Instead, he actually seems excited to coach in the Pac-12 Championship Game against Oregon on Saturday despite the fact he's already been told ...

Georgia QB Aaron Murray on SEC Title Game Matchup with LSU: “We Feel We Match Up Extremely Well.”

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

Georgia opened its football season with back-to-back losses against Boise State and South Carolina. Coming off a disappointing 2010 season, the pair of losses had plenty of people wondering about the hot seat of coach Mark Richt and exactly which direction the program is headed. It's safe to say those ...

St. John’s Basketball Coach Steve Lavin: “The surgery was a success and I am cancer free.”

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

Last season Steve Lavin breathed new life into St.John's proud men's basketball program. Lavin made his presence felt in his first season leading the Red Storm to an NCAA tournament bid and at one point a top 25 ranking. For all the high points of last year for Lavin professionally ...

NBAPA VP Maurice Evans on NBA Lockout: “Both sides really were ready to walk a few times, but again cooler heads prevailed.”

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

The NBA lockout will reportedly come to official end in the very near future pending unforeseen circumstances. If a new collective bargaining agreement is in fact signed and execute as expected, the NBA will feature a 66-game regular season tipping off on Christmas day. Despite the perception of the big market ...

Antrel Rolle: “We’re the New York Football Giants. We are not going to go out without a fight.”

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

Just three short weeks ago, the New York Giants were 6-2 and coming off a headline-grabbing win over the New England Patriots. Fast forward to the present and the Giants are skating on thin ice at 6-5 having lost three straight, the most recent coming in fairly humiliating fashion at ...

LeSean McCoy: DeSean Jackson is Giving the Eagles 110 Percent

Tuesday, November 29th, 2011

It's not exactly brand new, but Philadelphia Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson is taking some heat again. This time Jackson dropped a handful of passes against New England and wound up getting benched in what turned out to be another loss for the Eagles, whose season has completely spiraled out of ...

Former Buckeyes Are Celebrating the Hiring of Urban Meyer

Tuesday, November 29th, 2011

It was a rough year in Columbus for Ohio State. Like every year, the Buckeyes were in the spotlight of college football. However unlike previous years this time the light was shining on Columbus in a negative way. The program was rocked by a scandal that cost them some of ...

Jeff Van Gundy Says the Lockout Will Affect How the Product Looks At the Beginning

Tuesday, November 29th, 2011

It was an offseason filled with labor meetings and lots of frustration. And while there is nothing official as of yet, it looks like the NBA Lockout has finally come to an end. The latest proposal that needs to be agreed on seems like one that works for both sides ...