SLOWINGTHERACINGMIND Super Bowl Mom
Of all of the people involved in the Super Bowl yesterday, the one that I would have enjoyed being near the most would have been Mrs. Harbaugh the mother of both teams coaches. Anyone who watch... Posted on 2/4/13 at 9:03 AM
THE MINNESOTA BASHAW BLOG Super Bowl XLVII Prediction
The big game is today and if you are like most Americans you will be watching the Baltimore Ravens take on the San Francisco 49ers in New Orleans.
I am a huge fan of professional football but these t... Posted on 2/3/13 at 7:10 AM
STAFF BLOG CHEF JEFF Turkish-Style Pizza
Homemade pizza can be a labor of love. Sure, it's easy to just pick up the phone and have a pizza delivered right to the front door, but making one in your own kitchen can be a very satisfying experie... Posted on 2/2/13 at 2:24 PM
IN THE BLACK Superbowl Recipes
Besides football, another important aspect of Super Bowl Sunday is the food. Here is a Pinterest board I made with Super Bowl recipes.... Posted on 1/27/13 at 9:31 AM
STAFF BLOG ON THE RECORD WITH BEN It ain’t a Super Bowl party until…
It aint a Super Bowl party until
You see a St. Bernard in a Giants jersey.
Last night was a great party with fans in Giants, Patriots, Steelers, Packers and Lions jerseys.
My buddy Jack cooked u... Posted on 2/6/12 at 11:22 AM
Larry Fitzgerald soars above the outstretched arms of defenders, caresses the football with his fingertips, and clings to it as he comes back down to earth.
The scene is all too familiar to his teammates and coaches, and now the 25-year-old receiver’s amazing skills are the talk of the Super Bowl. He could, single-handedly, be the potent equalizer the Arizona Cardinals’ need against Pittsburgh’s powerhouse defense.
Trickery has a place at the Super Bowl, and the Steelers and Cardinals aren’t above using it to win.
Yes, both teams’ repertoires are spiced with shenanigans. The Steelers prefer to smash opponents into submission, but the biggest play in their most recent Super Bowl victory was an end-around pass for the clinching touchdown.
Todd Haley is loud, blunt and often argues with his players. He also is an emerging coaching star as the man who calls the shots for the high-scoring Arizona Cardinals’ offense.
“I’m an emotional guy,” the offensive coordinator said after the Cardinals beat Philadelphia for the NFC championship. “I’m not a players’ coach. I coach hard. That’s the way I was taught.”
Down and out for decades, the Arizona Cardinals have turned a bad joke into a Super Bowl-bound team.
Yes, the Cardinals, founding members of the NFL, but historically among the most dysfunctional of franchises, are heading for the championship game in Tampa.
The Steelers outhit the Ravens and outplayed them behind a steady-as-he-goes Ben Roethlisberger, marching into the Super Bowl behind a defense that brought back memories of their storied Steel Curtain.
Tim Tebow gave Florida the jolt it needed, and the Gators toughed out a second BCS title in three years.
Their 24-14 win over No. 2 Oklahoma in a choppy, sloppy affair Thursday night made them a national champion. But it likely did little to quiet fans of Southern California, Utah and Texas, all of whom already claimed the top spot.
Bob Stoops posed next to the crystal football and played along with a wave of photographers.
They asked him to look to the left, he did. They asked him to smile, he did. Any shot they wanted Wednesday inside a hotel ballroom, he gave them.
Ole Miss isn’t just the team that handed Florida its only loss. These Rebels are seriously on the rise.
Behind Jevan Snead’s passing, Dexter McCluster’s squirming runs and some big returns by Marshay Green, No. 20 Mississippi overcame an early deficit and beat No. 7 Texas Tech 47-34 Friday in the final Cotton Bowl played in the stadium of the same name.
Willie Tuitama threw for 322 yards and two touchdowns Saturday night and Arizona won its first bowl game in 10 years, 31-21 over No. 17 BYU in the Las Vegas Bowl.
The Wildcats stifled BYU quarterback Max Hall throughout the game, forcing him to scramble often, lose a fumble and throw an interception.
Arizona fans trickled onto the field as the last minute ticked off the game clock, then sprinted to midfield in celebration of the school’s first bowl win since 1998, when it finished 12-1 and beat Nebraska in the Holiday Bowl.
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