Monthly Archives: November 2010

Is Oregon a bunch of lame ducks?

If you have been following this blog for the few weeks it has been alive, you noticed I have a severe dislike for the BCS and everything that comes with it. And, after Sunday night’s unveiling of the standings, my … Continue reading

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Rage Against the Machines

I feel terrible for Boise St. and their fans. But I feel worse for the millions of people in this great country of ours that consistently pull for the underdog, even though we knew that if Auburn and Oregon ran … Continue reading

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The BCS is still B.S.

For one half of football, it least, it appeared that our dream of sticking it to the scotch-and-cigar set that spend their time debating why Boise St. and TCU do not deserve to be mentioned in the same breath as … Continue reading

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Five Reasons Why Rich Rodriguez Will Be Fired

Barring a huge upset tomorrow, I cannot envision a scenario where the University of Michigan brings back Rich Rodriguez to coach another year. The nightmare scenario for some Michigan fans, of course, is that the Wolverines pull off a huge … Continue reading

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Is Jim Schwartz Getting a Free Pass?

When you listen to Lions fans on local sports talk radio spew unhappiness about the 2010 version of this team, one thing becomes abundantly clear: They are fiercely protective of Jim Schwartz. After years of putting up with coaches like … Continue reading

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Five Things I Don’t Like About the NFL

Turn on SportsCenter or listen to national sports talk shows on the radio, and one thing becomes abundantly clear: Football rules. Heck, log in to Facebook on a Sunday and see how many of your friends are living and dying … Continue reading

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Detroit Pistons and Tayshaun Prince Must Part Ways

Last night, before I fell asleep watching the first half of the Golden St. Warriors shellacking of narrow victory over the Pistons, I tuned in to watch an episode of “Pistons: In Focus” because, frankly, I love watching highlights of … Continue reading

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