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Dallas Cowboy Super Bowl memories? Ancient history

As we conclude the 100th anniversary of the National Football League, it’s stunning to realize that almost a quarter of a century has passed since the Dallas Cowboys have been to the Super Bowl, the NFL’s biggest and brightest stage. Almost inconceivable for a franchise once proudly known as “America’s Team.” Call them that now,… Keep Reading

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GRIDIRON GURUS: Week 23

For the first time since the 2015 season, Super Bowl LIV will not feature the New England Patriots competing for yet another NFL title game when the NFC champion San Francisco 49ers face the AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs Sunday at 5:30 p.m. in Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. Keep Reading

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GRIDIRON GURUS: Week 22

With only two games remaining in this football season, some of the best players in AFC and NFC square off in the 2020 NFL Pro Bowl at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida today at 2 p.m. in the annual showcase of elite players, providing a prelude to the best of the best playing in Super Bowl LIV next Sunday. Keep Reading

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Speechless in Jerry’s World after another finishing fiasco

Speechless. Paralyzed by a prolonged experience of dumbfounded disbelief, the aftermath of what became yet another Dallas Cowboy loss almost too painful to watch left this long-suffering diehard fan frozen in an unblinking, if not unfocused, stare at the conclusion of the Sunday Night Football broadcast wondering what just happened. The magnitude of the multiple… Keep Reading

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Astros stand on the brink of modern MLB dynasty

Dynasty? Did I hear someone say dynasty? As hard as it might be for life-long Houston Astros fans to comprehend and embrace, the Astros rank as closest thing to a dynasty existing in this era of Major League Baseball. And winning the World Series for the second time in three years would make talk like… Keep Reading

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Red River Rivalry features classic national showdown

Whether you want to call it the Red River Rivalry, the Red River Classic, the Red River Shootout or what is now being called the Red River Showdown, a rose by any other name would smell as sweet. After all, it’s Texas-Oklahoma week at the State Fair of Texas in Dallas. Yes, it’s time for… Keep Reading

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For Astros, agony of defeat leads to thrill of victory

We’ve come a long way, baby. And Houston, we definitely do not have a problem. Returning to the MLB playoffs for the fourth time in the past five years, the Houston Astros captured the American League West championship for the third consecutive season Sunday. And in the process, the Astros posted their third straight 100-win… Keep Reading

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Have Cowboys finally found Triplets 2.0 & then some?

All is well in Jerry’s World. It’s been said that money can’t buy you happiness. But obviously, they haven’t been talking to Jerry Jones and the Dallas Cowboys lately. Now that running back Ezekiel Elliott has his contract extension, Jerry needs to pony up and pay the other two pieces making up the Triplets 2.0… Keep Reading

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Verlander delivers no-hit performance for the ages

In the modern era of baseball where home runs and strikeouts rule the day as the pitcher’s mound has become a daily revolving door, Justin Verlander of the Houston Astros gave us a glimpse of yesteryear for a brief shining moment last Sunday. Transcending his own age of 36 years as well as the age… Keep Reading

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