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Fixing The Jacksonville Jaguars With Methods From 80s & 90s Sports Movies, By Jeaux Sportsbreaux

Our anonymous resident blogger Jeaux Sportsbreaux is back, and his latest editorial is the single most awesome blog ever written, your mind will be blow. The subject? The pathetic Jacksonville Jaguars. The blog? How to fix them. The method? Everything we learned watching 80s and 90s sports movies.

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A Guide to the 15 Most Ridiculous ‘Horse’ Tweets

We're not positive when this meme started, but some nincompoop (or nincompoops) had the bright idea of tweeting as top thoroughbred horses on Twitter -- i.e. taking on the personality of the horse and tweeting updates from the apparently 13-year-old girl-esque equine point of view. Frankly, it makes the Bronx Zoo Cobra meme look like Stephen Hawking.

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From the Bird’s Nest: The Cajuns/Jags rivalry: How it began

This season marks the 22nd since Louisiana's Ragin' Cajuns joined the Sun Belt Conference.  It was actually a merger between the Sun Belt and the American South Conferences, plus one addition (Arkansas-Little Rock

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Weekend Box Office Report: ’42′ is Number One

Well, it looks like we have an answer to the question of whether or not audiences are interested in a historical, racially charged baseball movie. Brian Helgeland's '42' opened at the top of the box office this weekend, instantly breaking the record for biggest opening for a baseball movie. Sure, it's a minor record to break, but a record is a record.

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’42′ Review

My grandmother, Rhoda Singer, died earlier this year. She lived much of her life in Brooklyn and was a Brooklyn Dodgers fan. Her favorite player was Pee Wee Reese, the Dodgers' scrappy white shortstop who famously silenced a racist Cincinnati crowd by putting his arm around his black teammate Jackie Robinson during pre-game warmups.

I thought about my grandmother a lot while watching '42,' the new biopic of Jackie Robinson and his quest to break the color barrier in baseball. On an intellectual level, I can tell you a dozen things wrong with the movie, from its excessively preachy dialogue to its bloated length. But on an emotional level, I have to admit that this movie bypassed my brain and grabbed my heart, pulling each and every string contained therein firmly and repeatedly. It's a pretty good tribute to a great man. And when Pee-Wee and Jackie embraced on that field in Cincinnati I cried.

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