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For many, sports are an escape from the realities of everyday life. But every so often, something happens in the real world that the sports world can’t ignore. Some situations call for our collective, undivided attention.
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There is no greater honor in college football than to win the Heisman Trophy. It is an award given to legends of the game who are never forgotten. At this year’s ceremony, held on Saturday, former winners lined the stage, demonstrating just a part of the elite fraternity of Heisman membership. It’s not an award just for that year, but for the ages.
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Philadelphia Eagles fans need a bit of a diversion as their team continues to implode after suffering an eighth straight loss on Sunday night to the Dallas Cowboys. So, let’s talk about the ladies. That’s right--the Eagles cheerleaders.
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The Riddell Revolution Speed helmet. It doesn't look so bad to me...
There are times when function trumps fashion. Ensuring the safety of your brain is among those occasions.
After suffering two concussions over the course of three games, Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark is switching to the Riddell Revolution Speed helmet for game day. Why? Because it ranks highly in concussion tests.
This Andrew Bynum hair situation has gotten deep.
SportsCenter did a segment on it this morning. They weren't sure what to say, either. But the clearest case of the impact of the look came from my friend Jimmy Williams at War Room Sports. So moved was he by Bynum's hair that he could only express himself through song.
I promise you, once you watch this video you too will be singing his powerful words.
That sh*t cray.
Andy Dalton, quarterback of the Bengals
Week 10 in the NFL draws to a close this evening with the Monday Night Football matchup between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Kansas City Chiefs. But I can already name football's winner of the week--the Cincinnati Bengals. The team pulled off a remarkable upset over the reigning Super Bowl champions, the New York Giants, by a score of 31-13.