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T.O. or T. NO.?

October 28th, 2011 | by Christopher Swift

  Terrell Owens participated in a public workout for NFL teams to view him after his ACL injury last season. 


College Football: Finally Some Upsetting Fun

October 25th, 2011 | by Brandon Klein

Each year in college football we know to expect some good ole upsets. It's the nature of the game; the chips fall as they may, and the unexpected becomes the expected. This past weekend college football fanatics were finally treated to the upsets that they deserve. Enough of the better team always winning. That's no fun


International Football League?

October 24th, 2011 | by Christopher Swift

Chicago and Tampa Bay played the 5th NFL International Series game at Wembley Stadium in London yesterday. Chicago won the game 24-17, which was the first NFL game that did not sell out at Wembley.


Lions Post Game

October 17th, 2011 | by Christopher Swift

After watching the Lions display a less than spectacular hurry-up offense in the fourth quarter, the game against the 49ers


The NBA Lockout

October 13th, 2011 | by Christopher Swift

Does anyone really care that the NBA season had its first two weeks cancelled? The NBA has been in a lockout for 105 days now and the lockout has gone by virtually un-noticed. When the two-week cancellation of games came out on Monday, most looked past it and continued watching the Lions win on Monday Night Football


Detroit Lions Take Us Back to 1956

October 11th, 2011 | by Brandon Klein

The stadium at Ford Field was rocking like never before. As Matthew Stafford said, the stadium was "electric". As I sat in my seat in Ford Field during the Monday Night Football game, I realized just how important this game was. Not only was it special as a football game, but it was special for the city of Detroit


Nothing But Green Grass Ahead…. Yellow Laundry Behind

October 10th, 2011 | by Christopher Swift

Prior to the Michigan vs. Northwestern game this weekend, it was hard to get excited over any other football games. Watching the LSU vs. Florida game may have raised a few eyebrows though. The game looked like it was over from the start as #1-ranked LSU was in control



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