Monthly Archives: September 2013

The Importance of Routine

Nick Saban, a college football coach, has won four BCS championships (including three in the last four years). Skip Bayless is one of the most influential figures at ESPN. Barack Obama is a two-term president of the United States of … Continue reading

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Mayweather vs. Khan on CBS?

Last spring, Floyd “Money” Mayweather signed a record six-fight deal with CBS/ Showtime. He has four fights left. What if one of them is not on pay-per-view (PPV), but a throwback, big time bout on CBS?

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Cooling Off In The Koreas

Even amid the Lee Seoki-ki scandal, North Korea and South Korea have worked to successfully reopen the Kaesong Industrial Complex (KIC). It is a sign that the two countries’ springtime flames of conflict have abated.

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Steve Womack Up a Pole

At a recent town hall meeting,  (AR-R) U.S. Rep. Steve Womack, took a question from a Mexican-American constituent on immigration reform.

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The Stupidity of College Football

Here is an article about Rutgers University (RU) lamenting the idea of putting the American Athletic Conference’s (AAC) logo on their field. This “A” is their scarlet letter, apparently… Why?

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Hey, who wrote this!?

In 1995, this mystery person penned a Weekly Standard column entitled “Why Newt Must Run” for President.

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Houston @ Temple

  The University of Houston opens American Athletic Conference (AAC) play against the Temple Owls Saturday morning on ESPN’s regional affiliates.

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