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Evolution of the Philadelphia Eagles’ Uniform

The team colors of the Philadelphia Eagles consisted of Kelly green, white, and silver for quite some time until it was changed in 1996. During the 1950’s, the team’s helmets had eagle wings on it which was originally silver on a Kelly green colored helmet.

Detroit Lions Are the Biggest Losers in the Entire NFL History

The Detroit Lions can be called the biggest loser of the season. And with a current record of 0 wins and 12 losses, they are indeed the worst team the NFL has seen in its entire history.

Dallas Cowboys New Stadium Opening in 2009

The Dallas Cowboys have a new home. A new stadium is under construction and should be ready to open for the 2009 season. It is an enormous and state of the art stadium which will seat approximately 80,000 but is expandable to 100,000 for major events.

Carolina Panthers – Past and Present

It was at the later quarter of 1993 that the Carolina Panthers were awarded an NFL expansion franchise. Thousands of people literally celebrated with this good news. Businessman Jerry Richardson, the person who led Carolina’s bid, proclaimed the award to be a dream come true.

2008 Papa Johns Bowl – Mike Teel Rescues Rutgers, Late Surge Upends North Carolina State, 29-23

Rutgers was down by 11 when “Comeback Mike” found Kenny Britt for a 42-yard scoring toss to give the Scarlet Knights the lead in the final quarter. Teel, the 6-foot-4, 220-pound, senior signal caller, completed 23 of 37 passes for 319 yards and the TD to Britt, who caught 6 passes for 119 yards.

The Dominance of English Football, Has Killed the Beautiful Game in Most Parts of the World

English football is dominating TV airwaves globally. Most of the fans in the developing world have forsaken local football for the English game. In these countries the game is decaying. What can we learn from the success of the English game?

2008 Worst College Football Teams – If it Were Not For Losers, There Wouldn’t Be Winners

As we approach the climax of the college football season, The Sage of College Football (your humble author) suggests that we turn our attention for a few moments to those programs that once held such promise in the late summer months, only to smack their noodles into the frozen artificial turf of December’s reality. For some teams, season ending games conclude with the ritual of tearing down of goalposts.

2008 Independence Bowl – Louisiana Tech Tops Northern Illinois, Notches 7th Comeback Win of Season

You can excuse the good people of Ruston, Louisiana if they feel that any game played by their Louisiana Tech Bulldogs is not over until the Bulldogs come from behind to win. That would be because the Bulldogs logged their 7th come-from-behind victory of the season in the Independence Bowl Saturday (12-28-08), beating Northern Illinois 17-10.

2008 Emerald Bowl – Jahvid Best Sets Rushing Record As Cal Bears Down Miami, 24-17

Jahvid Best ran for a bowl-record 186 yards and scored twice as the California Bears handled the Miami Hurricanes to win the Emerald Bowl 24-17 Saturday (12-27-08). The Bears were favored by 7 and won by 7, giving head coach Jeff Tedford his 5th bowl victory in a school-record 6 consecutive bowl appearances.

2008 Champs Sports Bowl – Florida State Uses an MVP Punter & Heads Up Play to Rout Wisconsin, 42-13

If you thought for a moment that 79-year-old Bobby Bowden was ready to retire as head coach of Florida State, forget it, especially after his Siminoles routed Wisconsin 42-13 in the Champs Sports Bowl Saturday (12-27-08). The Champs Sports Bowl game was Florida State’s NCAA-leading 27th straight bowl game, improving Bowden’s personal bowl game record to 21-10-1.

2008 Meineke Bowl – Superstar Pat White Leads West Virginia Over North Carolina, 31-30

Senior Pat White, college football’s most prolific running quarterback ever, registered the best passing day of his 4-year career Saturday (12-27-08) in leading West Virginia to a 31-30 victory over North Carolina in the Meineke Bowl. While better known for his running than passing, White put on a show in the Meineke Bowl that begs the question of whether he could play effectively on Sundays in the NFL.

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