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Week Five College Football Talk With Tuck And O’Neill

Mike and Jerry previews week five of the College Football season with Josh Bertaccini(Fayetteville Arkansas 92.1 The Ticket)

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Olympics Need Government Financial Support

The president of the International Olympic Committee lifted the curtain on sports spending during a speech in China this week. Thomas Bach said the International Olympic Committee has to partner up with politicians who run this world. Click to

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Podcast: Grand Jury Refuses To Indict Tony Stewart

A grand jury in upstate New York has spoken: Tony Stewart will not face criminal charges in the death of fellow race-car driver Kevin Ward, Jr.

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Urban Meyer Tells It All On HBO

Should Gator fans give Urban Meyer a pass after his interview on HBO?

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College Football Back in Court Again

A former college football player has decided to sue the University of Southern California and his former coach Lane Kiffin because he claims he was forced to play a game in 2012 despite being very ill and ended up in

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Mississippi State Shocks The World In Death Valley

College Sports Insider, Brent Beaird talks ACC/SEC football with Tuck and O'Neill

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NFL Crisis: Is Domestic Violence Being Forgotten?

Is it Ray Race or Roger Goodell who is now being tried by the sports media? In an incredible sleight of hand trick, somehow domestic violence has been forgotten and Goodell is now on trial. Click to play the

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Can Social Media Bring About the Redskins Name Change?

Jeff Grimshaw is a long time broadcast executive who at one point in his successful career at Turner Broadcasting introduced the now famous “tomahawk chop,’ to Atlanta Braves fans. But times have changed and so has Grimshaws focus, which

Will Muschamp

Will Muschamp Return To The Swamp Next Year?

What must Will Muschamp accomplish to secure his job for next season?

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NFL Crisis: Why is Goodell The Only One Getting Heat?

From all appearances, it seemed to be a typical September football weekend for the NFL, Roger Goodell and college football. People watching games and milling around wearing merchandise from their favorite teams and supporting a business whose leadership is