Ready or Not, Here Sam Comes

By John Deighton Ready or not, NFL, here he comes. Sunday night, ex-Missouri defensive end Michael Sam revealed to ESPN’s Chris Connelly and the world that he is gay. This announcement makes the unanimous first-team All-American and SEC defensive player of the year the first openly gay NFL prospect in league history. In his interview for ESPN’s Outside the Lines,

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Why Everyone in the Country Should be Rooting for the Seahawks

By Brendan Larson Before all Bronco fans start yelling in outrage, I will make it clear that this article is directed at you who are not die-hard Mile-High Mad Men. For those of you who do not think Peyton Manning is the son of god (And that god may be John Elway) on February 2, 2014, you should strongly consider

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Super Bowl Brings Super Stories

By Grant Becker Super Bowl Storylines Weather According to weather.com, the high on Super Bowl Sunday is 39 degrees during the day but could fall to as low as 26 degrees in the evening. Much has been made of the weather and the NFL will be monitoring it closely, but for now there should be very little concern about the game

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Why Richard Sherman’s Interview Was Great For the NFL

By Michael Gilbert The clock ticks, from three, two, one. Game over. Time for the absolute worst part of the game for every fan, the post-game interview. It’s the same thing every time: athletes talking about the game, how humbled they were to come out with a victory. But after the San Francisco 49ers lost to the Seattle Seahawks, it

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Peyton Manning vs. Russell Wilson

By Hayley Keith After the year Peyton Manning has had it seems unfair to compare anyone else to him, but I’m going to do it anyway. The Denver Broncos are going to take on Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLVIII. A deciding factor in this game will be the performance and capability of each team’s quarterback.

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Super Bowl XLVIII: A Game We’ve Seen Before

By Henry Greening In case you missed Sunday’s conference championship games, it was everything we expected and more.  In Denver, two high powered offenses squared off and combined for over 800 total yards, and Seattle hosted a thrilling matchup between bitter divisional rivals. The Broncos bested the Patriots 26-16 led by Peyton Manning who had another marvelous performance in what

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Who Will Be in Super Bowl XLVIII?

By Dewayne Gage This is it! The AFC and NFC Championships are Sunday and the winners reserves a spot in Super bowl XLVIII. The Denver Broncos take on the New England Patriots to battle for the AFC title, and the San Francisco 49ers travel to Seattle to battle the Seahawks. So who’s coming out on top? Let’s talk AFC first,

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Traditional Pocket Passer or Dual Threat QB?

By Dewayne Gage The NFL has evolved in arguably the most important position on the field, and that is the quarterback spot. Traditionally the quarterback position sits in the pocket and delivers the ball, but quarterbacks are becoming more athletic, forming these dual threat QB’s. So what’s a better choice looking towards the future, hang in there and deliver the

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