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NFL 2011 Season – Week Six Preview
Week six of the 2011 NFL season has a few key intra-conference games and two clear mismatches as the best teams in each division begin to attempt to pull away from the pack.
Here’s a preview of all of the action on the NFL schedule for Sunday, Oct. 16:
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2011 NCAA College Football – Week Seven Preview
With the autumn temperatures starting to fall, the action on the field is heating up. This week in college football features a key in-state Big Ten matchup, along with top 25 games in the Big 12 and Pac-12. Here are the highlights for this week’s key matchups.
No Florida Team Appears in Top 25 for First Time Since 1982
Since the 1982 season ended, one of the constants in college football had been a seemingly perpetual dominance by the Florida schools.
In the last 29 years, Florida, Florida State and Miami took up residence at the top of the college football polls and won nine national championships in that stretch.…
Win A Bobcat Football Tailgate Party
This Saturday, October 15th, the Bobcats will be hosting Northern Arizona and looking to continue their 5 game winning streak. We need all Bobcat fans to report to the Bobcat Stadium on Saturday and to make sure that happens, we are giving away 4 tickets along with a tailgate party featuring Bud Lig…
NCAA College Football – Week Six Recap
This was a big week for football fans, with a lot of important action on the field. Once again, several teams made their case for why they should be #1, as LSU and Oklahoma won big over ranked opponents and Alabama pitched another shutout. Here are all the highlights from around the Top 25.
NFL 2011 Season – Week Five Recap
Buffalo and San Francisco won significant victories, and Green Bay’s undefeated Packers kept on rolling after a brief brush with defeat.
Here’s a recap of all the NFL games from week five of the 2011 NFL Season:
New England 30 NY Jets 21
Running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis gained a career-high 136 yards…
NFL 2011 Season – Week Five Preview
The NFL enters week five of its 2011 season — its first bye week — with just two unbeaten teams: the defending Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers and the upstart Detroit Lions. Both teams will play in the primetime games on Sunday and Monday, respectively. Meanwhile,
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NFL 2011 Season – Week Four Recap
It was a record-setting week for several players, and the Green Bay Packers and Detroit Lions are the only remaining unbeaten teams after week four of the NFL’s 2011 season. Here’s a recap of all the action:
Green Bay 49 – Denver 23
Aaron Rodgers threw for a career-high 408 yards, four touchdown passe…

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