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2008 Poinsettia Bowl – Texas Christian Beats Boise State, Destroys Broncos Perfect Season

The beauty of the Western Athletic Conference is not lost on Boise State. The Broncos waltzed to the WAC title with a perfect 8-0 record and then continued on for a perfect 12-0 regular season, scoring victory after victory against weak, sometimes pathetic, opponents. Then the Broncos faced TCU in the Poinsettia Bowl and lost 17-16. Find out why Boise State was overrated and the weaker team when it counted.

Official NFL Jerseys – Become a Part of Fan History

With thirty-two teams in the National Football League and nearly 90 years of gridiron greatness there is a fascinatingly vast history behind each historical franchise. The players, the stadiums, the big games and even single plays have become legend in the annals of history. Even the interesting and diverse history of the official NFL jersey has become a thing of legend.

2008 Las Vegas Bowl – No 17-Ranked Brigham Young Gets Upset by Unranked Arizona, 31-21

The unranked Arizona Wildcats and their head coach Mike Stoops never made the AP Top 25 Poll during the 15-week regular season, but showed how overranked No. 17 Brigham Young University was by beating the Cougars 31-21 in the Las Vegas Bowl. Find out exactly why BYU was so overrated coming into the Las Vegas Bowl against Arizona.

2008 New Orleans Bowl – Southern Miss Wins Year’s First OT Bowl Game, Stops Troy in a Thriller

New Orleans is an exciting place to drink and dance, a city that takes Mardi Gras to heart, and now the city that Creole cooking and jazz built has its own bowl game to add even more excitement thanks to some outrageous uniforms and Southern Mississippi. The Golden Eagles had a crazy, wacky, wonderful 30-27 comeback victory over Troy in the New Orleans Bowl.

The Return of the Miami Dolphins

So after some really terrible seasons, the Miami Dolphins have reintroduced themselves back into the National Football league. They haven’t been in the playoffs with a winning season since 2001 and in that time they lost to the Baltimore Ravens in the wild card round. It was almost like the Dolphins received their own type of curse like the Cubs and RedSox face in baseball.

Youth Football Coaching – Making Adjustments When Faced With a Difficult Defensive End

What do you do when your youth football team is getting stuffed by a super tough defensive end. “Trying Harder” isn’t good coaching, what adjustments do you make as coach?

Getting Geared Up For Super Bowl Sunday

Every year, Super Bowl Sunday sets records for the number of viewers tuning in to watch their favorite team battle it out for championship glory. For most sports enthusiasts, their team didn’t make it past the playoffs or got knocked out by one of the teams vying for the Championship title. For those lucky fans whose teams did make it to the final game, Super Bowl Sunday is a sporting extravaganza that cannot be missed and must be celebrated in style, regardless of the outcome.

Sunday Night Football – The Weekly Television Broadcast of Sunday Evening National Football League

Sunday Night Football is a weekly television program on NBC that allows you to watch the Sunday evening National Football League games. The first program was telecast on Sunday, August 6, 2006. At present, the program stars Jerome Bettis, Tiki Barber, Dan Patrick, Cris Collinsworth, Keith Olbermann, Bob Costas, Andrea Kremer, and John Madden. The program runs for at least three hours, but the running time may get extended by the time the game is concluded.

2008 St. Petersburg Bowl – Matt Grothe Helps South Florida Absolutely Crush Memphis, 41-14

Matt Grothe of South Florida had a little unfinished business to take care of in the St. Petersburg Bowl. Unfortunately for Memphis, they happened to be in the same bowl game. Grothe, the Bulls’ junior quarterback, completed 17 of 24 passes for 236 yards and 3 touchdowns as South Florida crushed the Memphis Tigers 41-14.

2008 New Mexico Bowl – Gartrell Johnson Gets 375 Total Yards, Leads Colorado State Past Fresno State

Gartrell Johnson may have to think about when he has had a better day after his performance for Colorado State against Fresno State in the New Mexico Bowl. Johnson amassed 375 yards of total offense to set an NCAA record for most combined yards rushing (285) and receiving (90) in a postseason game while leading Colorado State to a 40-35 comeback victory.

2008 EagleBank Bowl – Riley Skinner of Wake Forest Redeems Himself in 29-19 Comeback Over Navy

Wake Forest quarterback Riley Skinner went 11-for-11 and threw the go-ahead touchdown pass to Ben Wooster in the 4th quarter to lead his Demon Deacons to a 29-19 comeback victory over Navy in the inaugural EagleBank Bowl. It was the end of a perfect day for Riley. Find out why it was Riley’s Redemption.

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