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This was MUCH better than I expected.
TOLEDO – It’s a rivalry that is older than most of us, but for the Bowling Green Falcons, it’s about taking care of each other. In the midst of Toledo’s water crisis, Bowling Green State University’s athletic office stepped up … Continue reading
NFL players will wear RFID chips this season to track their movements – The sensors will collect on-field location data for deeper stats
Surprisingly the Cowboys’ stadium isn’t going to be part of this program. This year’s football season is set to begin in September, and for the first time 17 National Football League stadiums will employ radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology to better … Continue reading
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Washington D.C. anti-tax crusader Grover Norquist, who has been on a long campaign to name pretty much everything after Ronald Reagan, said renaming Washington’s football team “The Washington Reagans” is a “great idea.” The United States Patent and Trademark Office … Continue reading
This is another old clip, but since the World Cup is going on, I thought it was timely.
There’s a new article about the guy and what he’s been up do, and as a fan, I really enjoyed it. If I read it correctly, the 7,000 sq ft studio is part of his house with the most serious … Continue reading
Here’s a piece from the NY Times about how Marshall ISD changed seventh-grade tackle football to flag-football. Amid widespread and growing concerns about the physical dangers of the sport, the school board here approved plans in February to shut down the district’s … Continue reading