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Hot Rod and the Rafters

Towards the end of the critically acclaimed “30 for 30″ documentary “Pony Excess”, legendary running back Eric Dickerson lamented about how SMU, long removed from the death penalty, was doing everything to ignore his era. 375 more words

College Sports

Bayonne Tower 2

I’m not entirely sure where the land story here starts and stops, but three and a half years ago, I posted this when the tower went up because it intruded into a lot of photos I took.   116 more words

Photos

A Soundtrack For Any Situation

Let me introduce you to William Carney, a 19 year old EDM producer from Virginia Beach that is rapidly gaining recognition from personal blogs and labels all over the country for his electronic and jazz influenced tracks. 388 more words

Bass

Analysis: Why Jack Abraham was named a Dandy Dozen

There’s a photo that circulated Twitter last week that motivates Jack Abraham.

The photo that shows the difference between winning and losing, showing a player stopping several inches shy of the plane of the goal line during sprints. 670 more words

Football

Bill Arnsparger, Miami's "No-Name Defense" Coach, Dies At 88

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MIAMI (AP) — Bill Arnsparger, the Miami assistant coach who directed the “No-Name Defense” that helped the Dolphins win Super Bowl titles in 1973 and 1974, died Friday. 165 more words

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Conference USA -- Bowl projections 2015-2016

Conference USA

 Of the 13 teams playing football in Conference USA, eight of them are going bowling to at least one expert.  The conference has six bowl tie-ins, and there are five teams that all five experts believe will be playing this bowl season, Louisiana Tech, Rice, Marshall, Middle Tennessee and Western Kentucky.   353 more words

Bowl Predictions

Oxford rises to the top in preseason showcase

MADISON –

History looked like it was about to repeat itself.

Oxford had made it to the championship round of the Medicomp 7 on 7 tournament in Madison after recording four straight wins on Sunday. 1,022 more words

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