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  1. College Football By Dorrie Ruplinger
    College football is getting to be as popular as professional football. In some areas of the country, college football is a lot more popular than NFL football. In Nebraska for example, Memorial stadium in Lincoln becomes the state’s third largest city on home football game days. The stadium becomes a sea of red as fans dress in the team colors in support of the Cornhuskers.Almost as popular as discussing the games themselves is discussing the ranking systems. The BCS ranking system is used …


  2. Interview: Duval Love By Michael Paonessa
    Duval Love is a former Offensive Lineman who graduated from UCLA and played 11 years in the NFL for the Los Angeles Rams, Pittsburgh Steelers and Arizona Cardinals and made the Pro Bowl. I was honored when he agreed to meet with me to answer some questions for the website.Who did you idolize in the NFL while growing up?Well, I was a huge Dallas Cowboys fan and a Minnesota Vikings fan. It’s kind of funny that I wasn’t really a Rams fan. I liked the Cowboys because the offensive line would do th…


  3. 2005 AFC East Football Preview By James Campbell
    In the AFC East I expect to see the Patriots drop off a bit, but not much, the reason for the projected drop off is mainly due to the fact that the Patriots will be without the services of offensive coordinator Charlie Weis and defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel, both have moved on to head coaching positions, Weis with Notre Dame and Crennel with the Cleveland Browns. Eric Mangini is the new defensive coordinator, while Bill Belichick will be calling the plays on offense himself.The Patriots …


  4. National Football League Rookies - Top 5 Rookies in the National Football League in 2005 By Benjamin Nicholson
    Every year in the National Football League there are rookies that come out and make an impact on the league. Some of these rookies are one year wonders, while others turn out to be some of the brightest stars in the league.So which rookies have the brightest future in the National Football League?The list below states the top 5 rookies in the National Football League who have the best chance to help their teams for years to come.5. Braylon Edwards – WR - Cleveland BrownsBraylon Edwards has s…


  5. SportGamble.us Picks this Year's College Football Bowl Games By Jerry Work
    Here are the consensus bowl picks from the SportGamble.us staff.Tue., Dec. 14 New Orleans Bowl North Texas vs Southern Mississippi SG’s Pick: North Texas If the So. Miss defense can stop Jamario Thomas from adding to his gaudy stats they should be able to keep this one close. 7:30 pmTue., Dec. 21 Champs Sports Bowl Georgia Tech vs Syracuse SG’s Pick: Georgia Tech 7:45 pmWed., Dec. 22 GMAC Bowl Memphis vs Bowling Green SG’s Pick: Bowling Green I want to pick Memphis to win this battle, but the…


  6. The 7 Laws of Football Quarterbacking By Jon Weaver
    In all of my research, over a period of several years, the finest information I have ever read on quarterback leadership came from my friend Frank Carideo. The purpose of this information was to outline the process by which a quarterback was trained at Notre Dame, under coach Knute Rockne. This course of quarterbacking was as exacting in many respects as any collegiate course.Coach Rockne had seven cardinal principles of quarterbacking that were preached over and over again.1. A Quarterback mu…


  7. Fantasy Football Format -- Go Basic or Go Home By Mark Barnes
    My fantasy football league is approaching its 16th season. We have had 16 teams competing before, but now we are a 14-team league. Although the subject of performance points is bandied about at our league meetings virtually every year, we remain a basic scoring league -- the only way to go for true fantasy football fans.Now, performance point system fans will say that there is so much more involved, making their games more exciting and more high-scoring. Ridiculous, I say.You see, we believ…


  8. Top College Football Picks for the Weekend of Sept 17th By John Onan
    Top Play: Tenn/Flroida UNDER 49OK, looks like the number has crested at 49, and is beginning to drop, I'm jumping on the under 49 as my Top PlayIn my opinion, this number is simply too high with 2 very good defenses, along with Tennessee's QB issues, and the fact that I believe life could be hard for Florida QB Leak with an unproven O-Line in front of him.GameplansTennessee's gameplan is the key to this total, a steady diet of RB Riggs on offense. I expect Fulmer to pound it, pound it, pound i…


  9. The Beautifull Game Called Football By Michael Mulder
    The football equivalent of the Oscars swept into London on Tuesday as the first ever FIFpro awards were announced in front of renowned stars from the worlds of sport, music, screen and even our very own Marc Duffy (but the legality of how the ticket was gain is still under suspicion!)Over 38,000 players from 40 countries representing FIFpro were involved in voting, with 55 players short listed in the end. After a night of great entertainment, including awards for Ronaldinho (world player of ye…


  10. Fantasy Football League Plays for Incredible Prize By Mark Barnes
    Fantasy football league enthusiasts play for different reasons. Some play for pride, while others play for money. Some fantasy football league members play for mega money, though, and the money is all these fantasy football nuts care about. Witness these two amazing fantasy football leagues.A fantasy football league in Las Vegas pits players from 12 different leagues in a World Championship Fantasy Football league. These guys compete for a grand prize of $200,000. Other huge monetary priz…


  11. Second Interview: Duval Love By Michael Paonessa
    We are honored to announce that we were granted a second interview with Former NFL Offensive Lineman, Duval Love. In order to get the perfect atmosphere for this follow-up, we chose a local sports bar and got together to watch the October 17th Monday Night Football game where Duval’s former team, the St. Louis Rams, took on the Indianapolis Colts. In this interview we covered the UCLA streak, Terrell Owens in the pre-season, the Minnesota Vikings boat ride and most important of all, Duval’s fu…


  12. Football Managers – Improve Your Behaviours and Improve Your Players’ Performance By Bill Robb
    The job of football manager must be the toughest and most stressful management role on the planet. There is no hiding. Your results are immediate – once or even twice a week. Club Boards and fans want instant results. Poor performance is punished ruthlessly and in public. Humiliation is a constant companion.Under this constant pressure one can understand why many managers rant and rave on the sidelines, on television, radio and in the press. However, they are unaware that their aggressive and …


  13. 2005 NFC South Football Preview By James Campbell
    OVERVIEW: NFC SouthIn the NFC South look for Tampa Bay and Carolina to catch and over take the Falcons in 2005, the fall from grace will fall on the shoulders of QB Michael Vick who has been to a large extent a product of media hype, sure the guy runs like a deer but so do most wide receivers and that is exactly what Vick is, a wide receiver playing out of position.Remember the media hype surrounding Pittsburgh QB Kordell Stewart when he was in his “Slash” role with the Steelers? Then you also…


  14. T.O. - Totally Obnoxious By Anthony Bloch
    Terrell Owens latest temper tantrum is totally obnoxious. Owens verbally attacked Donovan McNabb and showed the NFL and its fans that he’s not mentally fit to play for any team in the NFL. Don’t get me wrong. I think T.O. (Terrell Owens/Terribly Obnoxious) is an extremely talented receiver but doesn’t have the emotional capacity to be a team player.Terribly Obnoxious only cares about himself. Since joining the San Francisco 49ers of the NFL, Owens has been a problem for the teams he’s playe…


  15. Best and Worst Performances from Saturday NCAA Football By John Onan
    ImpressiveLSU: First off, as I stated in another thread, big emotional win for LSU. Was supposed to be a home game for the Tigers, but they had to travel to Tempe, a very tough place to win. They didn't quit when a lot of team would've, and got the victory.Notre Dame: Charlie Weis has had the best two weeks of any new coach in college football, and it's not far fetched to believe they have a legit shot at beating USC in a couple weeks. They should be able to put up some points in that one at h…


  16. 2005 NFC West Football preview By James Campbell
    OVERVIEW: NFC WestThe Arizona Cardinals have posted a mark of 22-42 straight up over the past four seasons which is by far the worst win/loss record of any team in the NFC West, however, that’s all about to change in 2005 as I fully expect these Cardinals to win this division and make the playoffs, remember that you heard it here first!Cardinal HC Denny Green had another fantastic draft highlighted by picking CB Antrel Rolle and RB J.J. Arrington with his first and second choices followed by s…


  17. Football Jerseys - the Great Transformation By Leo Cuccione
    Football Jerseys have undergone a complete change in its image, appearance and usage patterns. In the yesteryear sports jersey was just a part of the official sports equipment, nothing more nothing less. The jerseys meant for football players had long sleeves, were plain and their material was heavier than today's National football league jersey. Their simplicity and plainness has been a reason for many comments. Reason for their plainness was that jersey was the team gear with no frills or de…


  18. NFL Draft Offers Gems for Fantasy Football Players By Mark Barnes
    Fantasy football players rarely pay much attention to National Football League rookies, during their fantasy football drafts. Rookies, you see, are not usually worth much to fantasy teams. It takes most rookies a year or two or in many cases even three or four to get fully acclimated to the NFL. Consequently, competitive fantasy football people usually steer clear of them.This year may be different. More NFL rookies will likely appear on fantasy rosters than in the past decade, because thi…


  19. 2005 NFC East Football Preview By James Campbell
    OVERVIEW: NFC EASTThe Eagles once again appear to be the top team in the NFC for 2005, however, I wouldn’t look for them to win 13 games this season due to the fact that each of the other teams in the NFC East should improve this year. A look at the Eagles schedule for 2005 reveals the fact that Philly will face the league’s third easiest schedule when considering the Eagles 2005 opponents combined for a 118-146 straight up record last season.One would expect that with the Eagles posting a str…


  20. Fantasy Football Information: Don’t Expect Moss to Have T.O. Type Year with Raiders By Mark Barnes
    Here is some fantasy football information that the fantasy football books and magazines will likely disagree with. If you’re a quality fantasy football competitor, though, you know you have to rely on many sources to get your fantasy football information. Bank on this: Randy Moss will not experience the wild success that Terrell Owens had, when the latter changed teams last season. In fact, look for a drop-off in Moss’ numbers this coming fantasy football season.Now, don’t get me wrong. Mo…


  21. College Football Notebook (11/10) By Larry Ness
    I've always believed that the number zero is extremely defining! In the world of sports, as in real estate, it's all about "location, location and location!" A zero in the right-hand column of the won-loss standings is a very good thing, while one in the left-hand column, is not so good!As college football enters its stretch run, anyone remotely associated with the game is well aware that USC, Texas and Alabama (listed in order of the team's BCS rankings), remain the nation's lone unbeaten tea…


  22. Second-Half Surges By Al McMordie
    We’ve passed the halfway mark in the NFL and many divisions, with the exception of the Colts, are in tight races for the finish. Here's a look at some NFL teams that may have struggled in the first half of the season, but might be ready to make a better second half run.Lions: Stop the presses, Detroit scored 29 points! The Lions' victory over the Cardinals Sunday gave them some confidence. More importantly, they're getting healthy. The defense returned some key personnel up front, while WRs Ro…


  23. Thanks for the Memories Coach Alvarez By Phil Gerbyshak
    As someone who never cared much about college football growing up, when Barry Alvarez was hired to coach my state's largest (only) Division I football program in 1990, I was only mildly interested. After 116 victories, and 3 Rose Bowl victories, I am now a convert: I love Badgers football!As of yesterday, things will be different at UW-Madison: Head Coach Barry Alvarez coached his las college football game at Camp Randall stadium. Sure there is 1 more game, at Hawaii, and 1 more bowl game to p…


  24. Fantasy Football Information: Grab a Jones and Run to a Fantasy Football Title By Mark Barnes
    Here’s fantasy football information that may provide a strategy few people will consider. Use this simple rule on fantasy football draft day, and you’re sure to be in the playoff hunt: get yourself a Jones.In most fantasy football leagues, running backs are the most valuable players. A running back that catches a lot of passes and runs for a lot of yards and scores plenty of touchdowns can be the cornerstone of your fantasy football championship run. Now, if you are fortunate enough to sel…


  25. Fantasy Football Tips for Draft Day By Mark G
    Draft day. Perhaps the most important day of your fantasy football season. This is when you build your team. This is when you laugh at your opponents when they pick an injured player. This is when you find gems in the 7th round who outperform players picked in the 3rd. In other words: don’t screw it up! Let’s go over some advice that you should follow on draft day:1. Have your own cheat sheets! I can’t stress this enough. So many people use the rankings that their draft software uses (…






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