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Tony Dungy’s Descision is on the Horizon

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Posted by Edwin Soto
Categories: Editorial, NFL,

  While many fans in Indianapolis are waiting for the Colts to complete their perfect season, the thought of one of their superstar players getting injured seems like a nightmare.  A nightmare that is on the back of Tony Dungy’s mind as he contemplates how he is going to coach this amazing team for the rest of the season.  Guest sports analyst, Frank Santangelo, gives us some insight on what the inner workings of today’s Colts …

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Dodgers Hire Little, Sign Furcal

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: MLB, Trades,

Dodgers will have a new look for the 2006 season. Out is manager Jim Tracy, in is ex-Red Sox manager Grady Little. The weak NL West will be up for grabs. Closer Eric Gagne and OF JD Drew will come back from an injury-plagued 2005. Earlier this week, Dodgers signed free agent SS Rafael Furcal to a 3-year, 39 million dollar contract. Furcal looked like he was heading back to the Braves or to the Cubs, …

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Rose Bowl Championship Game Set

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: Championship, NCAA, College Football,

To the casual football fan, Saturday was a day to tune in to college football.  The day ended with two huge blowouts, USC winning over UCLA 66-19, and Texas defeating Colorado 70-3. Both teams now end the regular season standing at a perfect 12-0.  Fans yearning for the yearly debate of implementing a play-off system will have to wait another year.  This year the BCS computer rankings will not cause any controversies, because the undisputed #1 …

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Jermain Taylor Retains Middleweight Title

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: Boxing,

Bernard Hopkins fought Jermain Taylor in a rematch for the middleweight title.  In their first encounter, Taylor was crowned new undisputed middleweight champion.  This time around Taylor won again and retained the title in a close judges’ decision, where there were no knock-downs. ...

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ChiSox Re-sign Konerko, Trade for Thome

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: Athletes, MLB, Trades,

The White Sox retain their big right-handed bat in the line-up, with a deal for 5 years at 60 million.  After being pursued by the Orioles, Dodgers and Angels, he decides to take a slight hometown discount.  White Sox plan to use right-handers Jermaine Dye and Konerko to sandwich newly acquired lefty bat DH Jim Thome from the Phillies - who was dealt for CF Aaron Rowand.  White Sox are planning on shifting LF Scott Podsednik …

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NCAA Basketball Ultimate Bracket

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: NCAA, College Basketball,

ESPN.COM has come up with a fictional all-time bracket to decide which schools’ program has had the best players, and who would take home the crown.  The tournament has dwindled down all the way to its Final Four: Georgetown, UCLA, LSU, and North Carolina.  This is a great read for those that haven’t caught the college basketball buzz yet, which doesn’t happen for most fans until around January or February.  Check it out and relive some …

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NFL Fantasy Notebook (Week 11)

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: Fantasy, NFL,

Quarterback: Drew Brees could have single handily brought fantasy teams to a win.  He’s now considered a top flight fantasy player, ranking only behind Carson Palmer, Peyton Manning, and Tom Brady. Running back:  Stephen Jackson limited to 6 yards, 16 receiving yards, and a fumble.  Who knew the Arizona defense had it in them? Dallas situation with Julius Jones and Marion Barber might end up like last years Pittsburgh tandem of Duce Staley picking up the …

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NFL Week 12 Matchup

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: NFL,

AT (2-8) New Orleans Saints at (2-8) New York Jets.  That’s right, I’m going to go with the Worst Game of the Year. It is not even a case of these teams needing a win badly for morale.  Now this game is going to break the record for most graphics about next year’s needs.  You almost feel bad for these two teams in that they have to actually play the game, and be tortured for …

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Barbosa Out With Knee Injury

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: Athletes, Injuries, NBA,

Leandro Barbosa starting to play the best basketball of his young career is going to be sidelined for the next 2-3 weeks. Basketball is a contact sport, injuries happen.  Though it is concerning how this particularly came about.  Against the San Antonio Spurs, Manu Ginobili falls on Barobosa’s knee as he tries to draw a foul against Raja Bell.  Perhaps it’s time we add Manu Ginobili to the list of dirty tough defenders....

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Channing Frye Heating Up

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: Athletes, NBA,

Channing Frye has been a nice addition for the NY Knicks this season; he has been scoring 20+ points his last 3 games, and will only get better.  Normally it’s tough for rookies to crack the rotation, usually a lapse in defense, going too much one on one, or just the quickness of the game will give them the hook back to the bench.  After seeing him in action, he seems at ease with the game, …

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