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Written by Deborah Horton | 26 December 2012

AFCAs per usual, the end of the NFL regular season arrives this weekend and the playoff scenarios are wide and varied. Some teams just need to win to achieve their post season goals while others need help. And some need a lot of help. Here is how the AFC picture shapes up in week 17. no comments

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Written by Deborah Horton | 23 November 2012

NFL3Week 12 of the NFL season is upon us and there are but five games left after this week in the regular season. There are a few things that NFL fans need to know if they don't already, so let's all learn shall we. no comments

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Written by Deborah Horton | 18 October 2012

child pleaseIn sports prognostication, many people like to go solely off the wins and loss record. They base everything on even single games won or lost and then generalize an entire team around that. So it is with this year's Patriots, Packers and 49ers. no comments

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Written by Jacob Holmes | 05 September 2012

"Not Iowa State again..." ISU has been giving Ferentz headaches for 13 years. He is 6-7 against the Cyclones.

This week does not contain a marquee match-up like last week's Cowboy Classic, but there are numerous games where a ranked team could fall. In fact, I've never thought about predicting so many upsets in a single week in my entire career of watching football. Texas A&M could knock off 23rd ranked Florida, Miami could beat 21st ranked Kansas State, Missouri could take down 6th ranked Georgia, and its not inconceivable that UCLA could upset 17th ranked Nebraska. As for unranked teams that could be upset, at least by popular opinion, are Iowa State over Iowa and Mississippi State over recently ranked Auburn. I will break down which of these will happen and which won't.
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Written by Deborah Horton | 03 September 2012

NFL3At the risk of making myself look like an idiot, I am going to offer up some predictions for teams I think will be in the playoffs at the end of the 2012 season even before the season begins. I hate pre-season predictions but figured what's the fun in life if you can't make a fool of yourself a few times, so here goes. no comments

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Written by Deborah Horton | 15 August 2012

ballMelky Cabrera is just the latest in what will eventually be a long line of steroid users in baseball. It has been, is now and always will be the ruination of baseball. no comments

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Written by Deborah Horton | 13 August 2012

ChadI have long held the belief that everything in life is a choice and that every single choice comes with price, good choices, bad choices all come with a price. There are those who learn and make different choices. There are those who never learn and pay the same price over and over. That's when choices become habits become character. no comments

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Written by Deborah Horton | 07 August 2012

HeltonHaving lived in Montana for the last 16 years, I have adopted the Colorado Rockies as my home team. The Braves are still my all time team, but the Rockies are a very close second. Going to games and watching the players as well as following the team through the years has grown to be a love. no comments

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Written by Deborah Horton | 24 July 2012

manningThe upcoming NFL season has a lot of interesting things going on and has caught my interest before it even gets started. These are just a few of the things I'll be watching for from the start. no comments

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Written by Deborah Horton | 12 July 2012

caresThe Freeh report came out today on the Penn State child sex abuse scandal. It has taken over the airwaves on just about every outlet. The report is damning to many including ourselves. no comments

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