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Katy Perry threatens Lee Corso with corndog
January 28, 2015

According to an unsolicited email I got this week (but one that I still have complete confidence in) more bets are placed on the Super Bowl this weekend than on any other single day sporting events. By some estimates it will be to the tune of $90 million . . . and that’s just the legal bets. The message went on to claim that over half of Americans will partake in…

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Video: GoDaddy Pulls “Puppy Mill” Themed Ad From Super Bowl Lineup After Flap

Video: GoDaddy Pulls “Puppy Mill” Themed Ad From Super Bowl Lineup After Flap
January 28, 2015

Gee, I wonder how GoDaddy will EVER recover from all of this negative publicity? Seriously though: how bad is this commercial compared to some of the others we’re likely to see Sunday in the Super Bowl between the New England Cheaters and the Seattle Malcontents? Here’s more on the story from The Daily Mail: GoDaddy pulled the plug on its Super Bowl commercial starring Buddy the golden retriever puppy Tuesday…

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Landon Cohen Goes From Parking Cars to the Super Bowl in Less Than a Month

Super Bowl 2015 logo
January 28, 2015

Never heard of Landon Cohen? Most people hadn’t . . . until this week. Here’s more on the story from Yahoo Sports: As most fantasies go, Cohen’s January has been the definition of awesome. Four weeks ago, he and two lifelong friends were running their valet service in Spartanburg, S.C. One workout and a few phone calls later, the journeyman defensive tackle landed with the Seattle Seahawks, despite not having…

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Numberfire: How Often Are Successful Quarterbacks Drafted After the First Round?

Video: Full Tom Brady Press Conference – Deflate Gate – Denies Any Knowledge
January 27, 2015

Good question. I’m sure you’ll enjoy the answer from our friends at NumberFire.com. Here’s an excerpt from their latest article: Tom Brady and Russell Wilson are part of a dying breed. That breed, surprisingly, is not quarterbacks with immaculate hair. Rather, it’s quarterbacks drafted after the first round who find success in the NFL. Last year, we did a study of how important it was to draft a quarterback in…

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