Category Archives: football

There was also CFB this weekend…

Yes, there was also College Football this weekend!  (Being a huge Roger Federer fan, I was focusing on the Davis Cup Final)  There were no earth shattering results…FSU continued to escape from defeat coming from behind for the sixth time … Continue reading

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And here it is already Friday…

Here it is already Friday..my how time flies when you are…having fun (or not?)   Anyhow…hard to recap everything that has happened this week but let’s hit on the really important stuff! Davis Cup Final got underway today in France.  Stan … Continue reading

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Federer over Murray in London..if you missed it…well..

Today in London, at the ATP Year End Finals, Roger Federer dismantled Andy Murray 6-0, 6-1 and if you missed it..well you flat out missed greatness on display.  This match featured 33 year old Roger Federer in all his glory, … Continue reading

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Oregon #2 in latest CFB Playoff Rankings!

All Right, All Right, All Right!  Oregon has moved to #2 in the latest edition of the new College Football Playoff rankings!  Yes, I am happy!  GO DUCKS! (And Mariota for Heisman!!) 1 Miss State, 2 Oregon, 3 FSU, 4 … Continue reading

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Latest CFB Polls..just for kicks!

OK..latest CFB Polls are out (except for the one that really matters, the College Football Playoff Poll which will come out Tuesday evening on ESPN).  Just for kicks and giggles, let’s have a look! AP Poll: 1 Miss State (48), … Continue reading

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Bama over LSU in OT..and all that jazz!

Bama pulled off the improbable last night in the bayou..coming from behind to tie up the game in Death Valley with LSU 13-13 and then winning the game in OT, 20-13.  And all that jazz (think Bourbon Street!)  So, 5 … Continue reading

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Surviving “Paradise” and TGIT

Surviving “Paradise” day (a day late but…) and TGIT on TV tonight!  First, please check out my book Surviving “Paradise” by Susan Willoch Shaver.  Follow a southern woman who relocates to a new town in southwest Florida full of great … Continue reading

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College Football Playoff Top 25..Quack..Quack!

The second College Football Playoff Top 25 is out and at last..Quack..Quack!  Yes, the Oregon Ducks have entered the “final four”!  It is about time! 1 Miss State, 2 FSU, 3 Auburn, 4 OREGON, 5 Alabama, 6 TCU, 7 Kansas … Continue reading

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Congrats to the San Francisco Giants

Congrats to the San Francisco Giants…winning the World Series last night in game seven over the Kansas City Royals, 3-2.  What a performance by Giants pitcher Bumgarner in this series!  The Giants win their third World Series in the past … Continue reading

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Weekend sports wrap up..

Weekend sports wrap up and where do I begin?  Let’s start with America’s past time..Baseball.  The World Series!  Game four last night from the beautiful city by the Bay saw San Francisco come from behind to even the series against … Continue reading

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