Monthly Archives: October 2011

The Real Impact of the NBA Lockout

This time last year, LeBron James was one of the most hated players in the NBA, after The Decision, the dancing routine with Chris Bosh and Dwayne Wade, and his now infamous “not one, not two…” comment. Many fans ramped … Continue reading

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Survival of the Strong: The Big 12

In 1991, Arkansas began a chain of events that reshaped college sports, when it left the Southwest Conference for the Southeastern Conference. This only added to the instability of the Southwest Conference, which was ailing from Southern Methodist’s football program … Continue reading

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Teams on the Rise in the NFL

The Detroit Lions and San Francisco 49ers will do battle next weekend. At the end of last season, most of us would have predicted this matchup to be a real stinker; a game between two once proud franchises hovering around … Continue reading

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Steve Jobs (1955 – 2011)

Steve Jobs was a genius, and he was very enthusiastic about his projects. When he swung, he swung for the fences, or struck out. A man who had a vision, it took him a while to figure out what the … Continue reading

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