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  • 2011 Drivers in the three NASCAR racing series -- Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Camping World Trucks

    SPRINT CUP SERIES Car | Driver | Make | Sponsor | Team | Crew Chief 43 | A.J. Allmendinger | Ford | Best Buy | Richard Petty Motorsports | Mike Shiplett 9 | Marcos Ambrose | Ford | Stanley | Richard Petty Motorsports | Todd Parrott 21 | Trevor Bayne |...
  • List of 2011 NASCAR drivers and each of their series teams

    This is an alphabetical list of every driver running in each of the three NASCAR series -- the Sprint Cup, Nationwide and/or Camping World Truck series. Drivers running in two or all three series have all their teams listed below them. See who's running...
  • Social media is like gasoline for Internet rumors

    Social media is like gasoline for Internet rumors
    A rumor that Bill Cosby was dead started spreading on social media sites this summer. Hours later, on the same day in early August, the most mentioned phrase on Twitter was, "Bill Cosby died." Cosby went on CNN's Larry King Live that night to refute...
  • Michael Vick likely in Colts future, but is Randy Moss?

    Michael Vick likely in Colts future, but is Randy Moss?
    For a coach usually guarded with his answers to questions, Jim Caldwell had a little fun with an inquiry on Tuesday afternoon. It concerned the talented but often tempermental Randy Moss, who saw his brief time in Minnesota end with his placement on...
  • Colts fans, just say no to Moss

    Colts fans, just say no to Moss
    The second day of my internship at WXIN Fox 59 here in Indianapolis, one Jeremiah Johnson (follow him at @ISNJJ on twitter) and I were driving to Butler University for some Horizon League game in which the Bulldogs completely blew out the opponent....
  • Bears believe Cutler, veterans will be positive influence on receiver

    When the Patriots were an ascending team about a decade ago, Bill Belichick nary would mess with a character risk. Every player he acquired was Boy Scout clean and Belichick, who had been burned with some shady players when he was coach of the Browns,...
  • Bears analysis: Still searching for a 1,000-yard receiver

    Bears analysis: Still searching for a 1,000-yard receiver
    5th in a 10-part series How dysfunctional are the Chicago Bears at wide receiver? In two seasons under pass-happy Mike Martz, they couldn’t come up with a 1,000-yard receiver. If that’s not a sign something is wrong, it ought to be. Martz,...
  • Anti-diva Jarrett Boykin set to become Hokies' career receiving leader

    BLACKSBURG — Receivers are divas. They change their names, prance in the end zone and crave attention. They're high-strung, selfish and temperamental. Or so it seems in an era of T.O., Ochocinco and Randy Moss. Virginia Tech's Jarrett Boykin is...
  • The fantasy that's ruining football

    As a pigskin-o-phile, I'm haunted by the ever-expanding reach of what is known as fantasy football. Burrowing its way into the heart of the game, fantasy football has the potential to do to the National Football League what even Michael Vick and Bad...
  • Pro Picks: Week 3 — Soon I will be invincible!

     
     Please, please, no more applause.     OK, clap a little longer if you like.     Yes, it's true — nobody beat Jerry in Week 2. I was 12-5 straight up and nailed the tiebreaker exactly with 50 points s...
  • Colts: Defensive starter Hayden looks to finally return

    Colts: Defensive starter Hayden looks to finally return
    When taken in perspective, he's had it pretty easy. After all Marlin Jackson played just four games before he lost his season due to a knee injury. Bob Sanders only got to play in two before a pectoral injury put him on the shelf for the 2009. Kelvin...
  • Kids don't belong on national TV

    Summer is waning, "The Office" is in reruns, and the baseball team of my misspent youth stinks as usual. But it's not just the calendar, Dunder Mifflin and the Orioles that have me bluer than B.B. King. It's this week's sports television fare, brought...