Monthly Archives: October 2011

March Madness Rises From Ashes Of Football Madness

Joe Lunardi, the founder of what we have come to know as “Bracketology,” recently wrote a piece for the Insider section (well worth it to subscribe/not only read this article in full but follow Joe all year thereafter) on … Continue reading

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3 Things Sportsattitudes Takes From NFL Week Seven

1. San Diego Chargers Cornerback Quentin Jammer told the media after surveying the wreckage of the team’s come-from-ahead 27-21 loss in Snoopy Stadium to the New York Jets Sunday the referees were the reason for the defeat. “I don’t have to … Continue reading

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Lindsey Vonn, Ted Ligety Golden To Start 2011-12 World Cup Ski Season

World-class Alpine skiing usually doesn’t cross the casual sports fan’s radar until a Winter Olympics when NBC attempts to whip us all into a patriotic frenzy about caring for all sorts of cold weather activities we otherwise don’t generally see or even hear about…because … Continue reading

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Last Conference Standing Best Sitcom Of Fall Season

I said to myself I’m not gonna bother with this anymore.  It doesn’t affect me.  I can’t do a thing about it anyway.  I can’t control what happens, only how I react to it.  Etc., etc. And then I made the … Continue reading

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3 Things Sportsattitudes Takes From NFL Week Six

1. Washington Redskins QB Rex Grossman possesses the most arrogant arm in the National Football League.  The arm thinks it can find any receiver, in any situation, at any time.  It truly has a mind all its own…and certainly has … Continue reading

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