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The Week in Sports: Week of 9/12

With the start of the NFL season this past week, I was elated because it’s that exact time when baseball is almost over after a thousand games with the real man’s game beginning this year with last year’s Super Bowl champs, the New York Giants, trying to repeat in the upcoming season.
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The Downfall of American Football

In America, football is perceived and marketed as a sport for the common man, the Average Joe and the working class shlub. It is that very demographic that the sport’s popularity and monumental success has been built upon.
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Are You Ready For An Abundance Of Football?

All men have their hobbies. Some collect stamps, some hunt, some fix up old cars. Steve Koreivo attends college football games. Mr. Koreivo boasts the impressive record of having seen all 119 NCAA Division 1-A Bowl Teams compete.
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All Points West

The year was 1969. With the success of Woodstock earlier that year, many people eagerly anticipated a festival of similar success on the West Coast.
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Italy For Free

With the economy in the shape it’s in, the dollar doesn’t buy much anymore. At press time, a buck fifty is worth around one Euro, and gas keeps going up. Airlines keep slapping new charges on flights, charging more for checked bags and carry-on luggage and raising the fees for food, drink, and pillows.