Found September 08, 2012 on The Rhino and Compass:
Happy afternoon. Nothing better than college football. Well, I guess wat until tomorrow. A very scary incident from from the Tulane-Tulsa game, where safety Devon Walker had to be resuscitated and given a tracheotomy on the field. Hey good news! The Twins aren’t raising ticket prices!\ Who will have the first pick in 2013?  SCOREBOARD
MLB
Kansas City 7, Chicago 5 – If they could just play the White Sox and Tigers, they would be in the playoffs.
Cleveland 7, Minnesota 6 – The Twins were not helped by their bullpen. Alex Burnett was bad.
NCAAF
Minnesota 44, New Hampshire 7 – UNLV is better than New Hampshire, apparently.
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