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We have confirmed via Wissports.net thatlineman Mike Edwards has committed to the Sioux. Edwards, 6'2"-290, isa left guard on the offensive line for Sun Prairie, WIand alsoplays defensive tackle. We p... Posted on 10/26/11 at 3:31 PM
Nothing could stop Jimmie Johnson’s drive into the NASCAR record books. Not even a final, furious push by Carl Edwards.
Edwards led a race-high 157 laps, ran out of gas as he crossed the finish line, but still won Sunday’s season-ending race at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Still, his series-high ninth win of the year wasn’t enough to wrest away the Sprint Cup title.
Carl Edwards won for the second straight week, squeezing a victory out of his last tank of gas. And this time Jimmie Johnson ran out of magic.
The combination of the win by Edwards and a 15th-place finish by Johnson in Sunday’s Dickies 500 at Texas Motor Speedway moved the race winner within 106 points of NASCAR Sprint Cup points leader Johnson with just two races remaining.
Chad Schumacher, Larry Benke, Doyle Edwards and Darwin Berg were first-place finishers at the 22nd annual Napoleon Business Association 5 and 10K walk and run on Sept. 27.
Schumacher, of Napoleon, placed first in the 10K bike race in a time of 45:58.
Well, it worked in the video game.
Carl Edwards did everything he could Sunday, including purposely bouncing off the concrete wall at Kansas Speedway, but it wasn’t quite enough to beat two-time NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Jimmie Johnson.
Greg Biffle made it 2-for-2 in the Chase for the championship, making another late pass — this time with nine laps to go — and holding off Matt Kenseth and Carl Edwards on Sunday.
Roush Fenway Racing teammates Biffle, Kenseth and Edwards engaged in a thrilling run over the final 20 laps at Dover International Speedway, but Biffle made another textbook move to the outside late to pull away.
NASCAR has a new rivalry: Carl Edwards vs. Kyle Busch.
Edwards called the latest installment payback and Busch promised that retribution will come down the road.
During a season in which Busch and Edwards have dominated Victory Lane celebrations, their growing feud is adding spice to the Sprint Cup series and the upcoming Chase for the championship.
John Edwards had an affair five years ago! Shocking! I was searching the channels for some news about the Russian bombing of Georgia, and the Olympics, but could find nothing but the Edwards story.
The media reminded the public that the people had supported Edwards, had believed in him, had voted for him, and he lied to them.
Look out Kyle Busch, here comes Carl Edwards.
Edwards completed a weekend sweep at Michigan International Speedway on Sunday, beating NASCAR Sprint Cup points leader Busch off pit road on their last stops and driving off to his fifth Cup win of the season and second in the last three races.
The sad case of former presidential candidate John Edwards prompts once again a review of the ever-lengthening case file of hypocrisy and betrayal at the top level of political power. It is endless, and bipartisan.
Will these bums never learn? Will the voters ever figure it out? How can we?
Browns wideout Braylon Edwards was running a sprint in his socks when fellow receiver Donte’ Stallworth stepped on the back of his foot and opened a cut that required stitches and a night in the hospital.
Former presidential candidate John Edwards, who won nationwide praise and sympathy as he campaigned side by side with his cancer-stricken wife, Elizabeth, admitted in shame Friday he had had an affair with a woman who produced videos as he prepared to launch his campaign.
By Pete Yost, The Associated Press
, August 09, 2008
Carl Edwards won Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Pocono Raceway with a gambling pit strategy that he thought would cost him the victory.
Edwards pitted from the lead just before a rain shower that caused a 41-minute red flag and had the driver arguing with crew chief Bob Osborne over the decision. But the strategy worked perfectly as the race wound up going to completion. Edwards stretched his last tank of fuel to earn his fourth victory of the season.
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