1) T.O. is a team killer and he may never win a championship because he is too much of a distraction on a weekly basis. I think Bill Parcells will retire (again) and leave Cowboys owner Jerry Jones to clean up the mess. For those of you that think that Parcells doesn???t want to go out like that he did just that when he was the coach of the Jets.
2) The Jets will always be the Jets. New coach, new players, same old Jets. Good thing they have that one Super Bowl win to live off.
3) Jeff Garcia is inspiring and the Giants are the second biggest flop I have seen in years (see Chiefs). The Eagles train rolls on without Donovan McNabb much to the chagrin of his mother.
(EUGENE, OR) - The UCLA Bruins were on line to send the game into overtime, but a bad possession with 13 seconds and an awful shot at the buzzer made a great comeback an afterthought as the #1 team in the country fell to the Oregon Ducks, 68-66.
Oregon nearly ran the Bruins out of the building in the first half, and held a five-point lead with just under two minutes to play. Darren Collison made two free throws to bring UCLA to within three points, then hit a straightaway three-pointer with 22 seconds remaining to tie the game.
Oregon's Aaron Brooks came right back down the floor and nailed a 15-foot jumper to give the #17 Ducks their last lead of the contest.
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There was a former teacher, a railroad fireman, a bartender, a boilermaker, a seaman, a logger, a cardsharp, one who had studied for the Roman Catholic priesthood, another who as a kid had climbed the tenement stairs in New York City delivering laundry, swam in the Hudson River and knew his way around local pool halls.
(LEKSAND) - Russian goalie Semen Varlamov had a 1.00 GAA going into this game and afterwards he gave up four goals as Team Canada got the 4-2 win and the GOLD!
This is Canada's third consective win. Team Canada goalie Carey Price was voted MVP of the Tournament.
Canada had a 3-0 lead going into the second period. Russia scored two goals but the game was never really close.
Bryan Little's goal gave Canada a 2-0 lead and Jonathan Toews got the game-winner.
NEW YORK (January 4, 2007) ??? As part of the entertainment and festivities that surround the 2007 NHL All-Star Celebration in Dallas, Garth Brooks will host An All-Star Benefit for Garth Brooks Teammates For Kids Foundation fundraising dinner and live auction on Monday, Jan. 22. The event, presented by the National Hockey League (NHL), the NHL Foundation, the National Hockey League Players??? Association (NHLPA) and Texas Dodge Dealers, will feature a performance by three-time Grammy Award-winner Trisha Yearwood.
VH1 personality Aamer Haleem will serve as the emcee for event held at the Landmark Ballroom at the Hyatt Regency Dallas. The evening begins at 8:00 p.m. with a cocktail reception and silent auction, followed by a dinner, live auction and Trisha Yearwood???s performance. NHL All-Stars, YoungStars and former NHL players are among the guests scheduled to attend.
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