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Default Air Force Logo National Football League: Week 2 Predictions
Each week I'll give a brief preview of every game. I'll make my picks and keep a running tally as the season progresses to see how well(or terrible) I'm doing. Anyone who would like to email me their picks is more than welcome. For all those interested in submitting their picks, please email patrick.mckenna@afncr.af.mil by Sunday at noon.Carolina @
0 9/18
2009
Default Air Force Logo National Football League: Week 1 Predictions
Are you ready for some football? Week 1 is almost here folks so here's what the plan is for this column moving forward. Each week I'll give a brief preview of every game. I'll make my picks and keep a running tally as the season progresses to see how well(or terrible) I'm doing. Anyone who would like to email me their picks is more than welcome as
0 9/11
2009
Default Air Force Logo NFC predictions: division by division breakdown
This is the second of a two-part series. NFC North Division Champs -Green Bay Packers:The Packers boasted a top 5 offense last season despite the fact it was Aaron Rodgers first season as a starter and running back Ryan Grant getting off to a slow start due to injuries. Rodgers has had an outstanding preseason and appears ready to insert himself
0 9/04
2009
Default Air Force Logo AFC Predictions: division by division breakdown
This is the first of a two-part series. Next week will be the NFC preview.AFC West Division Champs -San Diego Chargers:After going 4-8 in the first 12 games of last season, the Chargers turned it on late and won their last four games to win their division. This was all without their best defensive player, Shawne Merriman, and with their franchise
0 8/28
2009
Default Air Force Logo MLB trade deadline's biggest winners
1. St. Louis Cardinals acquired Matt Holliday and Mark DeRosa: Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak recognized the Achilles heel of his team was offensive support for Albert Pujols, and did not waste any time to try and remedy that. He went out and made three deals that immediately transformed the Cards into serious contenders to take the
0 8/14
2009
Default Air Force Logo The 10 most unbreakable records in sports(pt. 5)
Editor's Note: This article is the last of a five part series counting down the 10 most unbreakable records in sports from 10 to 1. #2 Jerry Rice's 22,895 career receiving yards - Rice holds several other impressive records (1,549 career catches, 208 career touchdowns), but his career receiving yards mark is the cream of the crop.There are many
0 8/07
2009
Default Air Force Logo The 10 most unbreakable records in sports(pt. 4)
Editor's Note: This article is the fourth of a five part series counting down the 10 most unbreakable records in sports from 10 to 1. #4 Joe Dimaggio's 56 game hitting streak - Joe Dimaggio's 56 game hitting streak is one of the most magical numbers in sports. Unlike the other records on this list, there was no "next day" for Dimaggio. If he had a
0 7/31
2009
Default Air Force Logo The 10 most unbreakable records in sports(pt. 3)
Editor's Note: This article is the third of a five part series counting down the 10 most unbreakable records in sports from 10 to 1. 6. Nolan Ryan 5,714 career strikeouts - Here's a question for you: When someone says Nolan Ryan, what comes to mind? I'm not going to lie, I immediately think of his beat down of Robin Ventura (if you haven't seen it,
0 7/28
2009
Default Air Force Logo Blood Sport: MMA thrives, but is it ready for mainstream?
Mixed martial arts fans got their money's worth at Ultimate Fighting Championship 100 in Las Vegas last Saturday as two titles were decided in diametrically different contests in front of 11,000 fans and millions more on pay-per-view. Former World Wrestling Entertainment star and current heavyweight champ Brock Lesnar pounded submission-specialist
0 7/17
2009
Default Air Force Logo The 10 most unbreakable records in sports(pt. 2)
Editor's Note: This article is the second of a five part series counting down the 10 most unbreakable records in sports from 10 to 1. 8. Barry Bonds single season home run record - Barry Bonds captivated the baseball world in the summer of 2001 by hitting 73 homeruns, breaking Mark McGwire's three-year mark of 70. So let's just cut to the chase -
0 7/15
2009
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