It was another wild weekend in college football, with seven Top 25 teams, including three in the Top Ten, going down to defeat. Stanford remained in the national championship hunt with a triple overtime win, while Clemson and Kansas State are likely out of the title discussion as their undefeated seasons came to an end. Here are all the highlights from this week in the AP Top 25.
When it comes to the Dallas Cowboys, dramatic headlines fester like a shark in bloody water. The latest involves starting quarterback Tony Romo and his owner Jerry Jones. Video caught Tony Romo ignoring his owner and brushing him away as Jones tugged at Romo's jersey during the Cowboys home loss on Sunday to the Detroit Lions.
Champions just aren't born. It takes years-and-years in the making of a champion. In this week's edition of "Coach's Corner", UL co-head softball coach Michael Lotief tells us that "Champions Are Developed By Devotion And Discipline." View this week's blog, below.
Rumors were rampant throughout Super Bowl Sunday that Saints coach Sean Payton was leaving New Orleans for Dallas to take the general manager job with the Cowboys. The Saints have issued a statement. Did they really need to? Let's examine.
The New Orleans Saints will be looking to gain a measure of revenge, and extend their current win streak, when they face the Dallas Cowboys, on Thanksgiving Day. Brian Allee-Walsh, of neworleans.com, has the story, below.
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