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Entries from November 2006

Final Four Preview?

November 30th, 2006 · No Comments

Watching the North Carolina-Ohio State basketball game last night you had to sit and wonder if you were watching a final four preview as North Caolina defeated Ohio State 98-89. Both teams are loaded with talent and the buckeyes played with out 7 foot star Greg Oden who witout a doubt will be a force […]

Tags: College Basketball

Isiah Thomas Finding Out Knicks Are Bad

November 29th, 2006 · No Comments

No matter which seat Isiah Thomas has had the New York Knicks are still very bad. Thomas who traded for many of the playehe is coaching right now is finding out their aren’t very good at all. This is the same thing that got larry Brown fired. The Knicks have a group of overpriced stars […]

Tags: NBA Basketball

Jerome Bettis Dad Dies

November 29th, 2006 · No Comments

Jerome Bettis dad Johnny apparently had a heart attack on his way to work yesterday and died. People rushed to his aid but couldn’t save him. This is real loss for Jerome who works as an NFL anylast. I still remeber seeing jerome and his parents on the run last year that the Steelers had […]

Tags: NFL Football

NBA Standings

November 29th, 2006 · No Comments

Atlantic Division
Boston 5 8 0.385 -
New Jersey 5 9 0.357
Philadelphia 5 9 0.357
Toronto 5 9 0.357
New York 5 11 0.312 1
Central Division
Cleveland 9 5 0.643 -
Detroit 9 5 0.643 -
Indiana 8 7 0.533 1
Chicago 5 9 0.357 4
Milwaukee 5 9 0.357 4
Southeast Division
Orlando 11 4 0.733 -
Miami […]

Tags: NBA Basketball

California Accepts Bid To Holiday Bowl

November 28th, 2006 · No Comments

The california bears accepted a bid to the Holiday Bowl in which they will play a Big 12 team. The Bears started the season out with a lot of promise and even were eyeing a Pac 10 Championship. The Bears ran into a buzz saw in Tennessee and their National Title hopes were dashed quickly. […]

Tags: College Football


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