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  1. Cowboys should bid for college football title game

    Calvin Watkins

    With the recent news of a four-team playoff in college football to decide a national champion starting in 2014, it brings into focus what Cowboys Stadium is all about. A Super Bowl, NBA All-Star game, boxing matches, big time college football -- i...

    Blog | June 28, 2012
  2. Final Word: AFC East

    James Walker

    Here are five nuggets of knowledge about Week 10: Battle in the trenches: If you're looking for a big-time matchup in Sunday's AFC East grudge match, look no further than the battle between New York Jets Pro Bowl center Nick Mangold and New Englan...

    Blog | November 11, 2011
  3. Gap in big plays from last season

    Mike Sando

    Big plays in perspective The Cardinals need 19 big plays in the final two games -- defined as passes of at least 30 yards and runs of at least 20 -- to match their regular-season total from 2008. Only the Panthers would need more to match their 2008...

    Blog | December 24, 2009
  4. NFL: John Clayton examines the development of Pittsburgh Steelers...

    John Clayton

    Ben Roethlisberger was the perfect quarterback to grow in the Steelers' system, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.

    Story | Conversation | June 08, 2009
  5. Mike Sherman of Texas A&M not amused by Mike Leach of Texas Tech'...

    Texas A&M is scheduled to play Texas Tech on Oct. 24 in Lubbock. If the teams' respective coaches keep up their current war of words, that game could be the grudge match of the year in the Big 12.

    Story | Conversation | April 29, 2009
  6. Kansas City coaching options

    Bill Williamson

    Posted by's Bill Williamson While big names such as Mike Shanahan and Bill Cowher appear to be unlikely matches for the Chiefs, here is a look at some of the coaching candidates available and how they'd potentially fit in with Kansas...

    Blog | January 25, 2009
  7. In the 'I' of the beholder

    Mark Kreidler

    Keyshawn Johnson and Warren Sapp have proven they can still talk the talk. But can they back it up?

    Story | Conversation | March 23, 2004