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One of the most used story lines from television and film writers is the classic story of “Will they or Won’t they?” There was Ross and Rachel from “Friends”, Jim and Pam from “The Office”, Sam and Diane from “Cheers”, or my favorite, Chuck and Sarah from “Chuck” (Chuck was not a very popular show, but I thought it was terrific.) This concept exists in the sports world as well.
The NFL has completed half their season and it is now time for some teams to start looking into next season. Teams like the Jaguars, Chiefs, Browns and Panthers only have 6 wins between them, so their playoff hopes are growing thin. However, one of the greatest things about the NFL is that if you are dedicated enough and you are willing to make the hard decisions, then you have a chance next year. One of the biggest things a team can do is to fire their coach. The head coach will determine the direction of the team. Will the defense be a 3-4 or a 4-3? What will the offensive strategy be? Who
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After establishing several records including a school best in single-game rushing with 321 yards on 38 carries and five touchdowns, Kenjon Barner discusses Oregon's 62-51 win over USC on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012 at the LA Coliseum.