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Apr 22

UCLA true sophomore Myles Jack secured a $5 million insurance policy


UCLA two-way football star Myles Jack has obtained a large disability policy with a value in excess of $5,000,000 that includes a “loss of value” rider, a source close to the situation told Yahoo Sports. View photo http://forums.sportsjabber.net/sjforums/showthread.php?p=539040#post539040

Apr 18

Illinois Unveils New Nike Uniforms


The Illinois Fighting Illini underwent a huge makeover as they tried to stay modern. Several of their sports teams received new uniforms, so there was a lot for the university to show off on Wednesday. With the help of Nike, the Fighting Illini got a completely new look. The makeover started with a modified logo: …

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Apr 18

10 Friday Questions 4/18


1. White chocolate, dark chocolate or milk chocolate? 2 Have you ever watched the 10 Commandents with Charleton Heston? (Seems to be on every Easter) 3. Favorite character from the Wizard of Oz? 4.What was the last dream you remembered? 5. Current celebrity crush? 6. Do you like hot sauce? And if so what do …

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Apr 16

Jeff Pearlman: Shame at Florida State


Just read a truly depressing piece in today’s New York Times by Walt Bogdanich. It concerned*Jameis Winston, the Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback at Florida State who, it seems, may well have raped a woman.  Why “it seems”? Because we’ll probably never know. According to the article (which was thorough and excellent), both Florida State University and …

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Apr 05

UConn on to national championship game


ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Connecticut didn’t wait for the final buzzer to beat Florida this time. The Huskies, the seventh seed in the East Regional, had outstanding games on both ends of the court to beat overall No. 1 seed Florida 63-53 on Saturday night. The win ended Florida’s 30-game winning streak, which began after …

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Apr 05

Jerry Jones gets booed in his own building


When Cowboys owner Jerry Jones built a state-of-the-art stadium five years ago, he embarked on using it for big events unrelated to the NFL team he owns.  And he has; a Super Bowl, multiple college football games, and other activities have kept the building occupied on some of the 355 days per year when the …

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Apr 05

The Sports Bank.net: ESPN names new SEC studio analyst: Booger McFarland


ESPN’s SEC Network has hired LSU legend Booger McFarland as a college football analyst. Booger will be a TV talking head when the network launches August 14th. McFarland is a two-time Super Bowl champion. Said Stephanie Druley, ESPN vice president, production of college networks: “Booger brings a built-in knowledge of the conference as a former …

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Apr 05

LewPBlog:Not every seat at AT&T Stadium is the best in the house


The doors just opened at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, and fans of all four teams are beginning to stream to their seats, taking in the final moments before the contests tip. The bare-bones honesty of this man’s booth — no bells or whistles, just a simple black and white sign for ‘Binocular Rentals’ — is …

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Apr 04

Why a Girl Will Win Your NCAA March Madness Pool


Friend of the site and StyleCaster founder Ari S. Goldberg emailed me on Friday to tell me he had an NCAA Tournament-related story he had to tell. What follows is his fantastic post about an NCAA Tournament picks theory. Enjoy: For the past 10 years Mikey, Dave and I have had an NCAA Tournament Pool …

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Apr 01

The Sports Bank.net: Amy Robach takes over Good Morning America


Gorgeous ABC talking head Amy Robach takes over Good Morning America. The smoking hot 41-year-old co-host is the lead on GMA now that Josh Elliott has left to take a job with NBC Sports. Amy Robach was a 4th runner up in the Miss Georgia pageant in 1994. She graduated from the University of Georgia …

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