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Sunday Open Thread

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Very interesting . . . → Read More: Sunday Open Thread

Saturday Open Thread

Taurus Johnson of the University of South Florida had a message for the rest of the Big East and the nation during last night’s victory against #5 West Virginia. —Vince


Or as Chad Johnson Would Put It, León Negro

Aside from conference logos and the like, it’s not often that you see two players on different teams wearing the same jersey patch. But that’s the case with Kansas State’s Ian Campbell and Army’s Mike Viti. What are they wearing? A Kansas State fan who prefers to remain anonymous explains:

K-State is very . . . → Read More: Or as Chad Johnson Would Put It, León Negro

None of the Above

New ESPN column today — here’s the link.

Meanwhile: The people were encouraged to vote, they let their voices be heard, and then a bunch of higher-ups decided to hijack the results and impose their own solution.

But enough about the 2000 presidential election — instead let’s talk about Iowa State’s new football . . . → Read More: None of the Above