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Steve Spurrier: "Last week is history."

Steve Spurrier is looking ahead to Kentucky this weekend and isn’t taking them lightly.

Spurrier on Kentucky: "They don’t look like some of their teams from 10, 15 years ago."

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Georgia Football: Where Georgia Will Lose Their Next Game

We Want Brice Ramsey 

Georgia should not lose another game in my opinion, but with Hutson Mason at the helm I just do not know. Georgia has a great running game, great pass rush, and the only big questions come from the defensive backfield and quarterback positions. 312 more words


The Fuss and the Industrial Luminary, Part Two

Part One.

On Saturday morning, April 14, 1855, flush with their late victory in stealing the Kansas elections, eight men arrived at the home and office of George Park in Parkville, Missouri. 816 more words

Road To War

Footballer shouldn't have been penalized for prayerful celebration: NFL

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The NFL says Kansas City Chiefs safety Husain Abdullah should not have been penalized for dropping to his knees in prayer in the end zone after an interception. 158 more words


Protests And Arrests Continue After White Cop Shot And Killed Black Thug In Ferguson Missouri

Eight people were arrested outside the Ferguson, Missouri, Police Department on Sunday night when demonstrations grew violent yet again, police say.

Each was charged with failure to disperse and resisting arrest, Lt. 86 more words


Police Departments Scramble To Dispose Of Tanks And Other Military Equipment After Ferguson Missouri Show Of Militarized Police Force

An officer with the Chelan County Sheriff’s Department in central Washington is offering me a tank. Three of them, actually.

“We really want to get rid of these,” Undersheriff John Wisemore says. 110 more words


Kansas governor declares October Zombie Preparedness Month; urges citizens to prepare for zombie apocalypse

(NaturalNews) Although Kansas Governor Sam Brownback is sure to be teased about this by persnickety whiners, it’s actually a smart initiative: Kansas has declared October to be “Zombie Preparedness Month” in an effort to raise awareness about disaster preparedness among its citizens. 346 more words