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Big Ten Championship Game Expected Next Season

Big Ten officials showed their excitement about adding Nebraska to the conference next year, but they showed more excitement about what they bring: a conference championship game. It’s no surprise that next season after Nebraska is officially part of the Big Ten that the conference is going to pick up a championship football game, and expand their number of conference games to nine in order to keep rivalry games from not being played on some years. While it has not been announced that the conference will officially play a championship game Commissioner Jim Delaney said he fully expects the coaches…

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Brewers Give Hart a Three-Year Extension

While the Milwaukee Brewers are probably going to lose Prince Fielder in the offseason, they aren’t going to part with Corey Hart, who just signed a three-year, $26.5 million extension through 2013. “I’ve always wanted to be able to play and prove I’m a guy who can be long-term,” he said. “I’ve been pushing for that and being able to do it takes a lot of pressure off me.” Despite the trade rumors, the Brewers were obviously never interested in dealing the All-Star right fielder who leads the team with a .288 batting average and 72 RBIs, and is second…

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Masoli Gets a Second Chance

After pleading guilty to felony burglary chargers and later marijuana possession and a traffic citation, Jeremiah Masoli was dismissed from Oregon’s football team, who are the reigning Pac-10 Champions. But now Masoli has been given a second chance as Ole Miss Coach Houston Nutt has put his job and reputation on the line to give his a shot at the starting Quarterback job as a walk-on. Since he has already graduated from Oregon, and has enrolled at Mississippi’s graduate school’s parks and recreation management program, a program that Oregon does not offer, he will be allowed to play immediately. There…

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Golic: Proof Nutrisystem Works

By: Bobby Lubaszewski News Flash: Albert Haynesworth is out of shape… Not only did Haynesworth fail his condition test for a 3rd time (after 2 days off because of a swollen knee), but he is being shown up by a man who has not played football since 1994 – last century. Mike Golic, a former NFL defensive tackle and current ESPN radio personality, tried his luck today at the conditioning test that has been giving the Redksins’ All-Pro so much trouble.  The result? Golic Passed. Tale of the tape: Golic is 47, Haynesworth is 29; Golic weighs 270, Haynesworth is…

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Post Trade Deadline Look Around

The weeks before the trade deadline is a very valuable time for teams in Major League Baseball. Most teams don’t just sit still and do nothing, they either try to get a big named player to bolster their roster to make a run at a World Series, or unload valuable players to get prospects to build for the future. However, some team do when they have a good foundation to build on and aren’t too far away. But this July 84 players were traded in 30 trades, and while some trades were blockbusters, others were ones that flew under the…

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