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  • 26 NFL facts -- For amusement purposes only

     
    The NFL regular season is down to just two weeks. Some games have great meaning; many do not, unless you're looking at it from a special angle. R.J. Bell of Pregame.com has some different numbers to explore as you anticipate this weekend's outcomes. 26...
  • ESPN’s coverage of Super Bowl 2013

     
    ESPN's coverage of Super Bowl 2013 includes more than 120 hours of TV and radio programming from New Orleans beginning Monday, Jan. 28. ESPN won't be broadcasting the game itself, but the sports behemoth still has plenty of Super Bowl programming across...
  • Seau lawsuit adds to NFL empire in disarray

    Seau lawsuit adds to NFL empire in disarray
    How is that State of the Union speech working out for you, Mr. Goodell? Just days before the signature sporting event in the United Football States of America, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell reigns over an empire in disarray. The family of Junior Seau...
  • Liberty University QB Woodrum finishes 13th in Jerry Rice Award voting

    Liberty University QB Woodrum finishes 13th in Jerry Rice Award voting
    Liberty Flames quarterback Josh Woodrum finished 13th in the national voting for the Jerry Rice Award, given annually to the top freshman at the Football Championship Subdivision level. Woodrum, from Cave Spring, set a Liberty freshman record with 1,963...
  • Jerry Rice, Bo Jackson team up to get kids active

    Jerry Rice, Bo Jackson team up to get kids active
    World famous athletes tee it up to get kids active! Hall of Fame wide receiver Jerry Rice and two sport phenom Bo Jackson hit the links Tuesday morning at the Bridgewater Club in Westfield. The event, hosted by the Finish Line Youth Foundation, supports...
  • Jim Mora's drumbeat and UCLA football fans' landscape of change

    Jim Mora's drumbeat and UCLA football fans' landscape of change
    So, here I am back at the Rose Bowl, when the sweaty mutant fan-blob in the seat next to me leans over and starts talking into my hair as if we're on a fifth date — something about Jerry Rice Jr. — and I'm thinking, 'Where did such a promising...
  • Brett Favre returns to the gridiron for 'Madden'

     Brett Favre returns to the gridiron for 'Madden'
    Former Super Bowl champion Brett Favre was back on the football field wearing his No. 4 jersey and throwing touchdowns in front of a packed crowd of cheering fans. But while his fans from Green Bay, New York and Minnesota will be able to see him in action...
  • Wednesday's college roundup: UNC Wilmington stuns W&M in men's soccer

    UNC Wilmington scored a rare men's soccer victory over William and Mary, winning 3-0 Wednesday night at Albert/Daly Field. The Seahawks took the lead on a breakaway with 42 minutes remaining and went to improve their all-time record against the Tribe...
  • Liberty's Woodrum named to Jerry Rice Award watch list

    Liberty's Woodrum named to Jerry Rice Award watch list
    Liberty University quarterback Josh Woodrum has been added to the Jerry Rice Award watch list. Woodrum is a Cave Spring High School graduate. The Jerry Rice Award, which is in its second year, goes to the top FCS freshman player in the country....
  • Hospice & Community Care's 28th Annual Labor Day Auction Kicks Off In Lancaster County

    Hospice & Community Care's 28th Annual Labor Day Auction Kicks Off In Lancaster County
    "Going once, going twice, SOLD!" The Hospice & Community Care's 28th annual Labor Day auction kicked off at the Lampeter Fairgrounds in Lancaster County on Saturday. The auction runs again on Monday, September 3rd from 8:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. at the...
  • Panic not about to set in on the Giants

    Little Orphan Annie was wrong. The sun did not come out "tomorrow" for the New York Giants when they woke up with a groggy hangover on Thursday morning after experiencing a humiliating 24-17 loss to the Dallas Cowboys on Wednesday night. The defending...
  • Commentary: Mariners should sign Moyer for a day, and let him start

    Commentary: Mariners should sign Moyer for a day, and let him start
    We start by putting our Bud Light Spotlight on the 40th President of the United States. Or…more specifically, the pitcher who made his Major League debut when Ronald Reagan was in office – former Mariner, Jamie Moyer.   At 49 years old,...