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Smith and Rice Highlight Possibly the Best HOF Class Ever

The Hall of Fame in any sport is completely reserved for only the best players and while every player in the Hall of Fame are great, some players were just better than others. This year’s Hall of Fame induction ceremony welcomed seven newcomers, all of whom were not only great, but the best. This year’s inductees included: Emmitt Smith RB- Dallas Cowboys/Arizona Cardinals When Smith took the podium he immediately gave praise to Walter Payton, the man who’s record he passed for most career rushing yards, and the other two members of the famous Dallas trio- Michael Irvin and Troy…

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Broncos Veterans Take Rookie Hazing to a New Level

It’s no secret that there is rookie hazing in the NFL. Usually the hazing could be something as simple as having to carry the veteran players’ pads (see Dez Bryant) or hiding their cars from them. But sometimes it could be a tad more serious, like duck taping a player to the field goal posts for an hour. But the Denver Broncos has taken rookie hazing to an all new level with first round draft pick Tim Tebow as several veterans held him down and gave the former Heisman trophy winner and college football standout a friars’ cut. To share…

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Tide Rolls Into 2010 With Number One Ranking

With the first 2010 USA Today Coaches Poll being announced for the sport of college football it is no surprise to see University of Alabama atop the rankings, with an overwhelming 55 first place votes and 1469 total points. The Tide are not only the reigning national champions, but will return the reigning Heisman Trophy winner Mark Ingram, and 11 other starters from the last year’s BCS championship game. Below is the complete poll with analysis for each team. 1. Alabama Crimson Tide (55)- 1,469 Returning Heisman trophy winner Mark Ingram (1,658 rushing yards, 334 receiving yards, 20 total touchdowns)…

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Trouble in Tennessee

By: Bobby Lubaszewski Despite receiving a new contract from the Tennessee Titans, running back Chris Johnson is still unhappy with his situation. The back explained, “Basically I have to come in here and have a great year and get my history deal next year.  I felt like I deserved it this year, but … I can say it won’t happen again.  This is the last time without me having a long-term deal.  It’s a must.” The newest member of the 2,000-yard rushing club does not feel his NEW contract, the one he just signed this off-season – resulting in a…

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Jets Super Bowl Bound?

By: Bobby Lubaszewski Recently, on Sportcenter, New York Jets coach Rex Ryan sat down with Adam Shepter to discuss the upcoming season.  At the end of the interview, as is custom with each player or coach that Shepter sits down with, Ryan went to sign the side of the ESPN bus. Unlike those who came before him, Ryan did not simply scribble his John Hancock.  The coach wrote, “Soon to be champs.” The outspoken Ryan is not backing down from his preseason prediction either. “The first step is, if you don’t believe it yourself your team darn sure won’t,” Ryan…

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