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Entries from January 2006

Pistons Win Again

January 30th, 2006 · No Comments

Kobe Bryant got his points last night 39 to be exact, but it didnít matter as the Detroit Pistons got what they wanted the win. Behind Rasheed Wallace 24 points the Pistons beat the Lakers by a score of 102-93. The score was closer than the game actually was. The Pistons had a double digit […]

Tags: NBA Basketball

Alexander Vs The Two Head Monster

January 30th, 2006 · No Comments

Now that the Super Bowl is less than a week away itís look at the running backs. The Pittsburgh Steelers count on a two headed monster to propel there running game. Young Willie parker a speed burner gets the bulk of the carries and when they need some added punch they bring in the Bus, […]

Tags: NFL Football

News And Notes

January 29th, 2006 · No Comments

Itís Sunday and time for our News and Notes. Tiger Woods has turned 30 years old, but he still plays golf as well as he ever has. Woods won a three way playoff and took home another Buick Invitational Championship.
Texas coach Mack Brown is cashing in on the big win his Texas Longhorns got him […]

Tags: NBA Basketball

Piazza Signs With Padres For 2 Million

January 29th, 2006 · No Comments

The San Diego Padres helped themselves by inking Mike Piazza to a one year contract for 2 million dollars with an option for 8 million in 2007. Piazza will catch around 90-100 games with some DH duties in-between. Pizza hit 19 homeruns last year which was more than any other Padre hit. Pizza will give […]

Tags: MLB Baseball

Line Vs Line

January 29th, 2006 · No Comments

Itís time with only one week left for us to break down the Super Bowl that pits Seattle against Pittsburgh. Today, we will look at the offensive lines and see which team has the advantage. Both offensive lines are very good and have had great success running the ball. The Seahawks are a little deeper […]

Tags: NFL Football


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