🇬🇧 Gus Kenworthy on Coming Out as an Athlete!

College Football – Only 5 Games Highlight First Week, 29 Others Must Win Their Opener

Ah, finally, the first kickoff of the 2008 NCAA college football season opens Thursday (8-28-08) with 14 games scheduled, followed by 2 games Friday, 55 games Saturday, 2 more Sunday and 2 Monday. My most interesting game for opening day is Buffalo hosting Texas-El Paso (UTEP). See who must win the first week and why.

The Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2008

The highest individual honor that can be bestowed upon a professional football player is inclusion in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. In 2008, the former players inducted into the Hall of Fame were Fred Dean, Darrell Green, Art Monk, Emmitt Thomas, Andre Tippett, and Gary Zimmerman. Learn a little more about these great players here.

The Amazing Career of Running Back Barry Sanders

Barry Sanders is continually ranked as one of the best running back talents the world has ever seen, and with good reason. The man could just plain run the ball. Even though his NFL career was spent as part of a sub-par team, Sanders excelled and continually provide jaw-dropping highlight reel runs at every stage of his career. Take a look at the amazing career of the great Barry Sanders.

Five Things You May Not Know About the San Francisco 49ers

The San Francisco 49ers are one of the most popular franchises in the National Football League.  They have earned this spot by not only being a successful franchise, but also by playing in some of the most important games in league history, and having some of the best players of all time appear at one time or another on their roster.  The 49ers came onto the pro football scene in 1946 as a member of the now-defunct All American Football Conference and didn’t have a below.

Michigan – Michigan State Big 10 Clash Will Pit New Coaches in a Head-Knocker

It is not often that there is a head-on train crash in Michigan, but one will occur the fourth Saturday in October (10-25-08) when the Michigan State Spartans invade the Michigan Wolverines’ Big House in Ann Arbor for a classic showdown of epic proportions. Learn why this year’s game is so special.

Finding a Ticket For Football Matches

Describes the behaviors and techniques people use on their habit on watching football games and matches. This includes the happenings and events on how people find ways to watch football.

Football Wide Receiver Training – Short Game

The purpose of this wide receiver training drill is to improve the wide receivers short game, while building leg strength and stamina. Executed properly the receivers should make more catches and increase their yards after catch performance. When lining up on the ball spy the defender.

Hope For Football “Widows” Everywhere

With the professional football season just about to begin, football “widows” everywhere will soon be ignored and / or cast aside, while their significant others turn into football “zombies”. You’ve no doubt hear the old expression, “If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em?”

Kansas City Chiefs Rebuild

The Kansas City Chiefs gear up for another season and have their sights set on performing better then their 4-12 record of last year. Find out what changes they made and how they plan on getting back their winning ways.

Philadelphia Eagles Get Ready For a New Season

The Eagles have had numerous playoff appearances in the last few years. They have made some substantial changes to try and dig their footing in a little deeper to try and end the post-season with a win.

Memorable Matchups Highlight NFL’s 2008 Schedule

The NFL’s 2007 season ended with the New York Giants on top for their first Super Bowl victory since 1991, capping off a tremendously entertaining season that featured more twists and turns than a NASCAR race. When the 2008 pro football schedule was announced on April 15th, NFL fans around the country immediately began anticipating what could be one of the most exciting seasons in NFL history.

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