Found December 09, 2012 on The Rhino and Compass:
Oh my. That is some serious snow. Boxing is just plain weird, right? Another terrible tragedy comes over the NFL. Remember when Zack Greinke was a Royal? SCOREBOARD NCAAB Kansas 90, Colorado 54 – Rekindling an old Big 12 rivalry, about the same as it wen when they were conference rivals. Eastern Michigan 47, Purdue 44 – I just don’t want to talk about this. Minnesota 71, USC 57 – Minnesota is pretty good this year. Remember that when people say they aren’t halfway through the Big Ten season NCAAF North Dakota State 14, Wofford 7 – And the Bison will face Georgia Southern in the next round of the FCS playoffs. NFL Carolina 30, Atlanta 20 – Cam Newton is finally on his way back. A little too late, though. Minnesota 21, Chicago 14 – Well, this took me by surprise. Good game, Peterson. (Adrian Peterson reads this blog) Indianapolis 27, Tennessee 23 – Andrew Luck through some touchdowns for the Titans too. But hey, Indy is officially a winning team this season.
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