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I have a bone to kick!

Yes, I am bias, i used to be a kicker. I'd be up for the challenge I’ve had this idea that I’ve been kicking around for quite awhile concerning this extra point issue. I hadn’t brought it up yet...

Why Opponents of NHL Fighting Are Wrong


Everyone fears for player safety. So why should fighting stay in hockey, when only the NHL allows it? I'm glad you asked.

The Crazy 48


Some radical ideas for how to structure a shortened season.

Maryland Minute 8.25.09 - Meggett Pushing for PT, OL Changes, Kicking Solution


Lots and lots of changes in football recently - Davin Meggett could be a starter, there are more changes on the OL, and we might've found a solution at kicker.

From The Onion...


The Onion has discovered some interesting rule changes for the NHL in 2009-10.

Rule change will force Chargers to adjust, not overhaul


In March, teams voted to limit wedge formations on kickoff returns to a maximum of two players. The NFL’s Competition Committee recommended the change because they believed four- and five-man wedges have produced too many injuries over the years. Under Crosby, who has overseen San Diego’s kicking game since 2002, the Chargers have primarily used two- and three-man wedges. They’ll no longer be allowed to use three players to form the wedge, but Crosby anticipates a smooth transition.

I appreciate Gillis'/GM's early stance on fighting safety


GM's not quick to change stance on fighting in NHL

A Good Week For The People On The Inside


The BCS stands still but justifies its job with threats.



The Star Trib's Dean Spiros had an interesting article about players leaving early. There's some interesting quotes in there about possible rule changes.Minnesota coach Don Lucia advocates a...

The Coaches Convention


The NCAA's college hockey coaches are busy sunning themselves in beautiful Naples, Florida this weekend at the annual Coaches Convention. Of course, that pill is a little easier to swallow since it...

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