Monthly Archives: January 2012

Reality TV: The True “Copy Cat League”

By Brian Skaggs A common cliche is that the NFL is a “copy cat league”. Every commentator on ESPN parrots that phrase as if they’re the one who made it up — which is a bit ironic. As for the … Continue reading

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7 Videos of Stadiums Collapsing

Video emerged this week of a Slovakian hockey stadium caving in just in time for children to escape. That’s the first video on this list. Savor it, an then watch six other stadiums collapse. Note: Some are just rickety soccer bleachers. Like … Continue reading

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Fan Reaction to Kyle Williams Death Threats — Wait, Death Threats?!

By Aaron Anderson Kyle Williams is getting death threats. What is this world coming to? And, moreover, what are 49er “fans” thinking? People are forgetting just how great a season the team had. As a 49er faithful, I only hope … Continue reading

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Things to Remember About Ray Lewis

Actually, there’s only one thing really worth remembering: At the very best, he’s an accomplice to murder. At the very worst, he himself is an actual murderer. That’s it. This article by Rick Reilly was written in January of 2001. That’s about … Continue reading

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49ers Sideline Mustache

Sunday’s NFC Championship Game was a frustrating ending to a great season for the 49ers. They are positioned nicely for next year, though, so they shouldn’t worry too much. Especially if they plan on keeping this guy on the sidelines:  … Continue reading

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Spirit Animal-Driven Super Bowl Picks, and Steve Perry

Mark is 4-4 so far with his Spirit Animal-driven playoff picks. I’m 5-3. The story will pretty much be told this weekend, as our picks are completely opposite of one another. Which is surprising, because Spirit Animals are often expected … Continue reading

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The Patriots: Playoff Inexperienced

By Jeff Barker Before drubbing Tebow’s stallions in what felt like a preseason game last week, the New England Patriots hadn’t won a playoff game since the 2007 season, when they eked out the AFC title against a hobbled Chargers … Continue reading

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