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Texas Longhorns Football: Why Texas is Back!

AUSTIN, TX -- The Texas Longhorns downfall after their loss to Alabama in 2010 has been in discussion for years about when will Texas be back as a national contender. As a longtime fan of Texas, I believe that Texas is back despite Saturday’s close win against a 2-5 Kansas and two losses against LSU and Oklahoma. I think Texas has been back since winning last year’s Sugar Bowl against
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Texas Longhorns Football: QB Sam Ehlinger Clutch In Last-Second 50-48 Win Over Jayhawks

AUSTIN, TX -- On a clear and mild night deep in the heart of Texas, junior quarterback Sam Ehlinger showed plenty of Texas fight for the No.15 Texas Longhorns in a thrilling 50-48 win over the Kansas Jayhawks. Ehlinger, the 6'3, 230-pound native of Austin, engineered a last-minute drive that led to Cameron Dicker's game-winning field goal as time expired to help the Longhorns stage off Kansas' upset bid at
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Kentucky Wildcats Football: Will UK Catch The Georgia Bulldogs Sleeping?

ATHENS, GA – Following their big win over the visiting Arkansas Razorbacks thanks to the heroics of wide receiver Lynn Bowden filling in at quarterback, will the Kentucky Wildcats catch the tenth-ranked Georgia Bulldogs sleeping down in Athens? Georgia, who is coming off a shocking 20-17 upset loss to the unranked South Carolina Gamecocks hope to get back on track between the hedges as they welcome the unranked—and always dangerous—Kentucky
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Joe Burrow: LSU Tigers QB Playing Himself Into Heisman And First Round Conversation

BATON ROUGE, LA -- Thanks to a stellar 297-yard and three touchdown performance in a 42-28 win over Florida, LSU Tigers quarterback Joe Burrow is playing himself into both Heisman and NFL first round conversation. Burrow, a native of Athens, OH and a former Mr. Ohio Football quarterback at Ohio State, transferred to LSU via the transfer portal following the elevation of current Washington Redskins first round pick, Dwayne Haskins
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Kentucky Wildcats Football: Wide Receiver Turned Quarterback Lynn Bowden May Have Just Saved UK’s Season In Win Over Razorbacks

LEXINGTON, KY – On a night in which Big Blue Nation was mourning the loss of former Kentucky quarterback Jared Lorenzen, a current wide receiver filled in under center to help the Wildcats earn a big win over the visiting Arkansas Razorbacks. Lynn Bowden, a 6’1, 206-pound former Youngstown, Ohio high school quarterback out of Warren Harding High School turned Kentucky wideout, threw for 78 yards, one touchdown and rushed
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Ohio State Buckeyes Football: Why They Are College Football’s Most Complete Team!

COLUMBUS, OH -- Thanks to a dominating performance in a 34-10 win over No.25 Michigan State, the third-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes made a loud and clear statement as to why they are college football's most complete team. While all of college football continues to lay praise on the likes of Alabama, Clemson, Georgia and even Notre Dame, and sports fans in general ready to get on some online basketball betting
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UCF Knights: Central Florida Flat In 35-34 Loss To Fired-Up Pitt Panthers

PITTSBURGH, PA – In what is being called “The Pitt Special” the un-ranked Pitt Panthers snapped the 27-game non-bowl regular season win streak of UCF in a dramatic 35-34 upset win at Heinz Field. Less than a minute to play and on a fourth-and-two at the Knights three, Panthers running back A.J. Davis took a direct snap from center, ran to his left and flipped the ball to Aaron Matthews,
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Seven Football Players Who Are Successful In the World of Business!

As you have already realized, football is not a stable career. It goes up and down, one moment can lead you to glory, but the next can send you tumbling to the ground. And even if you manage to stand your ground, you will eventually have to leave the pitch when you become older than 35. That is the way of football, fast and fleeting.  So, it is not unusual