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The Two-Minute Men
With 1:52 left to play in the first half, the Packers trailed the Jets, 21-9, in Week 2. Aaron Rodgers then dialed up a 10-play, 97-yard drive that lasted 1:44 and ended with a Randall Cobb touchdown...
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Brandon LaFell, Danny Amendola Failing to Live Up...
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is no stranger to turning lesser-known receivers—think Wes Welker,
and Julian Edelman—into household names. Through two games in the 2014...
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Bangor Daily News
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New England Patriots
After passing overtime test, Florida turns attent...
GAINESVILLE | The Florida Gators didn’t make every play during a wild triple-overtime victory over Kentucky on Saturday night. Just the most important ones. As UF quarterback Jeff Driskel said,...
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The Florida Times-Union
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The Fifth Quarter: Week 3 Rewind
As is the case each and every season, each and every week, any omission below is not on purpose, it’s merely intentional. (Writer’s note: I’m “playing” very severely under the weather this weekend,...
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Union Super 11: Welcome to the Trinity Christian ...
Looking for balance in the Times Union’s Super 11? Better wait until next year. The Times-Union’s 35th installment of the Super 11 is historically lopsided, with nine players coming from two...
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