To Tuck or Not to Tuck: That Is the Question

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Play Action, Pump Fake — Checkmate!

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[Editor's Note: Today we have a guest entry from Karl Dentino, who's going to enlighten us regarding a DIY modification he made to an interesting football board game. Enjoy. — PL]

By Karl Dentino

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A Utah-Buffalo Connection?

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Channeling Their Inner Astros

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Arizona unveiled new football uniforms yesterday. As you can see above, the most interesting thing about them (not to be confused with the best thing about them) is that the numbers and sleeves have a color gradation, sort of like the Astros’ old tequila sunrise uniforms. . . . → Read More: Channeling Their Inner Astros