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TJ Lang is a douche. Any player/coach who allows eight sacks in one half of football should be embarrassed.

Mr. Lang, you should remind MD Jennings about what to do in a Hail Mary situation: bat the ball down, don’t try to catch it.

The Green Bay Packers lost to the Seattle Seahawks not because of a bad call at the end of the game, but because they didn’t play particularly well.

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When University of Michigan football recruit Logan Tuley-Tillman posted the above picture on his Twitter feed he sparked a fire that burned more than just a piece of paper. The Buckeyes didn’t take too kindly to the perceived disrespect, and the Wolverines rallied around a player that is bringing back some nastiness to a program that is in dire need of just that.

My dad is a Michigan man, so I was raised a fan of the program, and I still am. I love this, and I can’t wait for Tuley-Tillman to quiet the Buckeyes, who apparently forgot he was good enough for them, until this small fire, by berating the young man with slanderous and threatening tweets and more.

92 days until college football.

Go Blue!

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According to the description on YouTube:

[A] pre-game jousting match pitted Radford RHP Mark Peterson against High Point catcher Kyle Mahoney.

[via @AroundTheHorn]

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Pavel Datsyuk’s trickeration late in the third period lead to the game winning goal by Tomas Holmstrom. The man is a magician on the ice, and he proved that again today with three assists, including the aforementioned game winner. Also, I hope Nicklas Lidström never retires. The Detroit Red Wings have eschewed elimination once more in their series against the San Jose Sharks who were up 3-0, but now return to Detroit up only 3-2. I’m very confident that if the Wings can win game six and head back to the Shark Tank that they will move on to take on the winner of the Vancouver Canucks vs Nashville Predators series. Oh, how I love the Stanley Cup Playoffs!

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The Detroit Red Wings were facing a sweep at the hands of the San Jose Sharks for the second year in a row, and for the second time staved off elimination to force game five. They still have a lot of work ahead of them if they are to complete the comeback, but the Wings are a team that can do anything (though I think they need to play better than they did tonight to do it). Above is the game winner netted by the Center that sealed the win with only 1:27 left in the game.

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This is yesterday’s picture, but the big game is today. Real Salt Lake plays the second leg at home against Monterrey tonight at 8pm MDT. If you’re going to the game, let me know, and if you’re watching from home look for me in Section 6 in the southeast corner of the stadium.

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Bad things happen to trophies all the time, but they generally aren’t caught on camera and broadcast to the world. I can’t imagine what kind of news story it were to happen to the Stanley Cup.

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