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Dog Days of February

February 14, 2012
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I think we all know what sporting event to concentrate on today…the Westminster Dog Show. I know very little about this sport, but I have learned that Xoloitzcuintli is apparently a breed of dog, which is news to me because I was positive it was an Aztec Warrior God. The finals are tonight, so...

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Team Cloth Diaper Covers — Sports Fashion for Babies

February 10, 2012
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Have you ever felt that your 3 month old doesn’t show enough team spirit? Well here is a line of team cloth diaper covers from Bug on a Rug. It looks like a litany of teams are available, so take a gander at their selection.

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Jeremy Lin!!!

February 9, 2012
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So Jeremy Lin seems to be pretty good at this whole basketball thing. His jerseys are probably being printed en masse right now, but in the meantime, here’s a “Linsanity” shirt and a retro Golden State jersey if you want to pretend you knew how good he was going to be before this week.

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Valentine’s Day Flowers for College Fans

February 8, 2012
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I got this one via sports fashion blog A Glam Slam. If you’re looking for something to get for next week, FTD is offering college sports-inspired roses for Valentine’s Day! Here’s a couple of their offerings below, but you should check out everything they’ve got available (plus the site points out that there are more...

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Have You Ever Wanted To Understand a Spread Running Offense? Fishduck Has You Covered

February 8, 2012
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I’m shocked that I haven’t linked to these guys before, but FishDuck is one of the truly great websites for helping a casual fan learn about college football strategy. Focusing on Chip Kelly’s offense at Oregon, but an interesting watch for any team running a spread running attack (for example, many of the concepts...

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Hockey Relocation Talk

February 7, 2012
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So it looks like the Phoenix Coyotes may be looking for a new home. Hockey never really took root in a city where it can be 80 degrees in January. Now Seattle and Quebec are apparently looking to swoop in and poach the team. As a follower of fan gear I love when teams...

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Time to Move On From the Super Bowl

February 6, 2012
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With football gone for the next several months, it’s time to turn our attention elsewhere and, on Wednesday, Duke and North Carolina are going to give us our post-football season fix. With another installment in this storied rivalry, I was reminded of a book on the subject worth checking out To Hate Like This...

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Super Bowl Championship Gear

February 6, 2012
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Well, this a simple enough post to write. There was a football game yesterday — the Giants won. Here’s a treasure trove of Giants Super Bowl Championship Gear.

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Super Bowl XLVI Hangover: Other ways to break down Manning to Manningham

February 6, 2012
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The Super Bowl XLVI game-changing play — a perfectly executed 38-yard pass from Eli Manning to Mario Manningham — has already been covered from all sorts of angles: As many have already pointed out, the play wasn’t designed to go to Manningham. The “Smash-7″ combination route on the front side of the play (Nicks...

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My Super Bowl preview. Kinda. Not really.

February 4, 2012
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Here’s what I’m NOT going to do: pick a Super Bowl winner. I have no clue who’s going to win. Plus, every idiot from Haley Joel Osment to Andrew Dice Clay has picked a winner for the game.  (Hey, Dice, hint hint: the Giants don’t have cheerleaders, by the way).   Also, the game...

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