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Daily Bernie: Jan. 9 – Stastny’s Solid Saturday; Is Alabama’s Domination Hurting College Football?

College football’s National Championship is at center of the sports world today, and we could be in for a classic repeat matchup between Alabama and Clemson. Bernie hits the game from all angles today and welcomes Charles Davis and Dan Wolken, who joins to discuss whether the Crimson Tide’s constant success is hurting the college game as a whole. Executive ...

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After Hesitating, Wavering and Waffling … My Pick: Alabama Over Clemson

Clemson’s 31-0 destruction of Ohio State in the college football championship semifinals gives me a reason to pause before making what should be an automatic decision to pick Alabama in Monday night’s title game …  Alabama coach Nick Saban’s abrupt move to escort bad-boy offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin to the Tuscaloosa city limits and order him out gives me another ...

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Daily Bernie: Dec. 23 – Making Bowl Games Playoff Games; Blues Need Better Puck Handling

We’re in the heart of bowl season and all most can talk about are two players who aren’t playing in their team’s respective bowl games. Mike Young and Robert Littal mull over the the Leonard Fournette/Christian McCaffrey situation and wonder if the players’ walking will lead to more of the same in the future. The duo discuss this with analyst ...

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Your Friday Football Fix and Picks: NFL Week 13 and College Championship Edition

Now that we’ve covered the Jaime Garcia trade, I’m going to jump right into this week’s picks…with comments on the games that grab my attention. NFL Week 13 Dallas (-3) @ Minnesota (Man, that late touchdown by the Vikings got me!) Detroit @ New Orleans (-6) (Huge game for both teams but a little less huge for the Lions with the ...

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The Upcoming College Football Playoff Selections: Let’s Get Ready to Grumble!

And now the real fun begins, with irate fans and their respective media pom-pon squads clinging to unshakable allegiances to protest the governing authority and engage one another in contentious, bitter debates over the four-team field for the 2016 College Football Playoff. The race for the White House was only slightly more acrimonious and insane. So-called identity politics began with ...

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