4th Quarter Controversy: Should Refs Ease Up on Controversial Penalties?

By Jennifer Lvovich No one can argue that the Superbowl was entertaining to watch this year. There were the always-hilarious commercials mixed with a high-scoring game and a big-time artist performing at halftime. While I personally did not have a particular team to root for in the Superbowl as the Falcons barely missed their chance, […]

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Quick Thinking Advertisers Jump On Blackout

By Adam Greenwald With more than 110 millions viewers watching one of the most-anticipated sporting events of the year, the unthinkable happened—the lights went out. Just moments prior to the blackout, Danny Akin, President of the Southeastern Baptist Seminary tweeted “Turn out the lights the party’s over! S.F. Is done.” Looks like the Superdome had […]

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Sidelines Main Focus for Sidebar Stories

By Hannah Couch From the Olympics to the Super Bowl, spectators at the actual event and at home are not only interested in what is taking place on the field amongst the athletes; they also want the inside scoop on what is occurring on the sidelines. During the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, the parents […]

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Waiting for the Renaissance

How wonderful it is that I get to blog this week! I can’t think of a better time of year to have to write about a current sports topic.  After all, the country’s greatest sports leagues are in the midst of wonderful, breathtaking seasons and the nation gets a short break from its weakest games, […]

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Gisele Criticizes Brady’s Receivers

We all know of the super couple, Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen.  Brady and Bundchen are both considered the best of the best in their perspective realms, football and modeling. After the Patriot’s devastating 21-17 loss in the Super Bowl, Giants fans interrogated Bundchen while she exited the stadium.  An angry Gisele exclaimed a not-so-nice […]

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Naming Rights Fad

Well, that’s it! The Super Bowl is over. Last night, the eyes of the nation turned to Lucas Oil Stadium as the Patriots met the Giants in what turned out to be a disappointing rematch. Besides the complaining about the obvious lack of spectacular ads, my curious little mind couldn’t help but think, “What in […]

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Why The Giants Will Beat the Patriots in the Super Bowl… Again

Reason #1. Momentum. The Giants ended the regular season by walloping the Jets and the Cowboys, and they haven’t looked back since. (Link) Since starting 7-7, the GMen have won five straight games and outscored opponents 141-67. As Falcons fans will glumly tell you, getting “hot” at the end of the year is crucial to postseason success, […]

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