Monthly Archives: September 2010

Exchange rates for valuable items that fly into the stands

Last Sunday night, while the Giants were being drubbed by the Colts in their new stadium, Brandon Jacobs flung his helmet into the stands in frustration. While the league may be concerned with fan safety and discipline for Jacobs, the … Continue reading

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What constitutes a catch?

By far the biggest controversy to come out of yesterday’s NFL opening Sunday was the non-catch by Lions receiver Calvin Johnson in the end-zone that would have won the game against the Bears. Johnson caught the ball, got two feet … Continue reading

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Mike Tyson’s biggest regret

There’s an upcoming ESPN 30 for 30 film that analyzes the friendship between Mike Tyson and Tupac Shakur. In an interview about the film, Mike Tyson says about Tupac, “He always wanted me to smoke weed with him, and I … Continue reading

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Trent Dilfer’s Youth QB Skills Camp

Hey everybody! Superbowl champion Trent Dilfer here. And I want to talk to all the future NFL quarterbacks out there in the pee-wee leagues. Do you love playing quarterback, but hate making mistakes? Are key turnovers costing your team chances … Continue reading

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Roethlisberger suspension cut to 4 games

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger had his suspension cut from the first six games of the season to the first four by commissioner Roger Goodell yesterday. Roethlisberger was accused of assaulting a college student in Georgia after a night of drinking … Continue reading

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Drunk mascots

Penn State University suspended it’s mascot, the Nittany Lion, for the first month of the season because of a public drunkenness citation. Of course this isn’t the first time a sports mascot has had problems with alcohol-related incidents. March 15, … Continue reading

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