The Gospel According to the Seahawks’ NFC Playoff Game 2015 (The Anatomy of a Miracle)
The Seahawks win over Green Bay in the NFC playoffs was a miracle. This is not implying that God was involved, but was nevertheless miraculous. The parallels to the miracle of the redemption of humanity is also a miracle. Let’s look at these two miracles side-by-side shall we?That Moment In The Sun
At what a better time of the year with the NFL Championship and this year’s Super Bowl on the line to relate that athletes in all levels in any sport do at some point experience euphoria, a high as you will, of a fleeting moment of sheer excellence unmatched by teammates, opponents, or even themselves. It is often said that like in Athletics many individuals in their own lives experience euphoria and exhilaration in their vocation. For some that moment in the sun happens when the brilliance of the mind sets one apart from all the others.Are You Ready for More College Football Bowl Games?
College football bowl games have a television audience that is on average about twice that of a typical Major League Baseball game. Here’s how additional televised bowl games could be brought to the demanding sports fan, at minimal expense.The Difference Between the Ohio State and Michigan Football Programs
The Michigan Wolverine Football Program is once again searching for the guy that will lead them to a National Title. Unfortunately they may need to go a different route and not hire a “Michigan Man”. The Wolverines can return to being a top 10 program in the country if the Alumni and the boosters can lose their grip on tradition.The Baltimore Ravens
The History of the Baltimore Ravens. The beginning of a football dynasty Fear the Raven, never more.The Misfortunes of the Georgia Bulldogs
Two seasons ago they were one yard short of playing in the National Title Game. Last year they crashed and burned. What disaster will strike the Georgia Bulldogs Football Program this year? Or has it already happened?Six Things You Should Do on the First Day With the Team
Congratulations! After grueling tryouts and a nail biting wait, your dream has finally come true; you have been admitted to the team. However, even as you celebrate, do not forget that you are on the cusp of a new journey. You have to prove those who selected you right, and your detractors wrong. You only have one chance to make a good first impression.Just Say No to the Preseason Poll
The annual release of the preseason coaches poll or “USA Today Poll” ignites the excitement of the college football fan. Immediate optimism or disrespect is felt based upon the opinions of coaches who spend every waking hour focused on improving their team, and certainly don’t have the time to become experts on 120+ other FBS programs. Nonetheless, because of tradition, and perhaps to give the media something to talk about in the agonizing weeks leading up to the start of the season, we continue to allow this to happen year after year.Football Betting Tips For Beginners
Football is one of the most popular sports in the world and as a result many people bet on it. If you are a beginner and you want to bet on the world’s famous sport, here are tips that you should put into practice for you to be successful: Bet what you know While there are some betters who are gamblers and fans second, you should not be like them. As a beginner you should start betting on sports that you know something about. For example, if you have been following Manchester united football club for a long time, you should start by betting on it before you move to other teams.Week 4 College Football Picks 2014
In our effort to track that data, we have written a summary of the betting data from this past week, Week 4 of this 2014 season. There were 57 FBS college football games played in Week 4. In reading this article, it is important to understand that the break-even point in college football betting is “winning” at the rate of 52.38%. (The standard sports-book requires the bettors to wager $110 for every $100 to be won.) Therefore, any percentage greater than 52.38% should be considered winning, while anything less than 52.38% should be considered losing for anyone’s college football picks.‘Team of Destiny’ Does Not Exist in Pro Football
We hear the phrase all the time in the National Football League. The phrase I am talking about is ‘team of destiny’ In this post I explain why the term ‘team of destiny’ do not exist in the NFL.