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Seminoles Control Miami for Rivalry Win (Amanda Borges)

Mediocrity defines this win for Florida State against rival Miami. This ACC matchup was filled with penalties, sloppy play, injuries and bad calls from the referees. Despite the negative, the Seminoles can once again claim the win (23-19) against their southern Florida enemies. FSU’s offense was hardly awake during this game but somehow managed to … Continue reading

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Profane Language Expected to Cost Rex Ryan Hefty Fine (Amanda Borges)

New York Jets coach Rex Ryan is expected to be fined for using profane language to a fan during halftime against the New England Patriots last Sunday. The NFL is supposedly fining the vulgar-voiced coach anywhere from $75,000 to $100,000 for his misbehavior. The facts of this case are still under review and NFL commissioner … Continue reading

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Illinois Losing Streak Forces Zook Out (Amanda Borges)

For 7 years Ron Zook has been Illinois head football coach but his expected leave has finally come. Zook was fired Sunday after his team suffered their 6th loss in a row this season at Minnesota Saturday. Illinois athletic director Mike Thomas has decided that defensive coordinator Vic Koenning will take over as head coach for … Continue reading

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Post-College Rivalry Heats Up NFL Playing Field (Amanda Borges)

The Minnesota Vikings took on the Denver Broncos Sunday during a classic rivalry game. It was head-to-head as the University of Florida alum and oft-criticized quarterback, Tim Tebow, battled with former Florida State University star Christian Ponder. Lately, Tebow has been the talk of the town with his miraculous wins despite his low “pass and … Continue reading

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49ers Leave Pittsburgh in the Dark (Amanda Borges)

Power or no power, the Niners shined bright as they fought their way to a victory against the Pittsburgh Steelers Monday night, 20-3. Despite two power outages that delayed the game, San Francisco’s defense was the best it has been all season. The 49ers took advantage of the sprained ankle that Steelers’ quarterback Ben Roethlisberger … Continue reading