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The Gods of Football–Part II

Over the past several years the gods (coaches, star athletes, and entire teams) have felt protected behind the veil of worship and have been so empowered that they tempted the fates. However, purgatory and hell will eventually catch up and the golden touch of Midas will turn to rust. Continue reading

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Where do Penn State and the NCAA go from here?

  We haven’t heard the end of the story about Jerry Sandusky and Penn State Football, the worst scandal to ever hit sports. The fallout will continue for years to come and the only redeeming factor will be if we … Continue reading

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Football Offers Many Lessons

Football season is just around the corner and this year promises to be interesting. There is a shifting force at work and only time will tell whether it is for good or bad. Long time powerhouse programs such as Ohio … Continue reading

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Good Bye and Good Riddance, TP

He came to town with much fanfare. He was the number one recruit in the nation when Coach Tressel landed him in 2008. Coaches across the country salivated over Terrell Pryor or TP as he is known. He was the all … Continue reading

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What now for Ohio State?

Image via Wikipedia Where does one go after a public fiasco? It is becoming clear that our beloved Buckeyes, their coach, and the school aren’t as squeaky clean as we thought. So what happens now? The first step has already … Continue reading

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WHAT HAVE YOU DONE, JIM TRESSEL?

One of the last untarnished icons of truth, justice, and the American way just received a black eye. The man who preaches morality, character building, and “do the right thing” is guilty of one of the worst sins—lying. Today, we … Continue reading

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