Well folks, it doesn’t get much better than this. You’ve got undefeated Florida hosting a team led by former head coach Steve Spurrier in an SEC battle.
Last week boasted one of the most entertaining college-football Saturdays in recent memory. It would be almost impossible to duplicate, but nevertheless Week 7 will be just as action-packed.
This Saturday will be a great opportunity for LSU to silence some of their more recent critics as they head to Florida to take on the Gators.
The Tide are coming off one of the most impressive performances in college football history. They were the best team last year, and they’re the best team this year.
Yankees draft pick Rob Refsnyder recently tweeted he’d “never live in South Carolina because they can’t accept Asians playing baseball.” Turns out he would eventually land — where else? — in South Carolina.
Republican politicians continue to work against HPV vaccination despite its ability to prevent thousands of cases of cervical cancer and resulting deaths.
A major element in Saturday’s Final Four showdown between Louisville and Kentucky will be the Cardinals’ match up zone.
“Thank you FL!” an exuberant Romney tweeted minutes after the race was called. “While we celebrate this victory, we must not forget what this election is really about: defeating Barack Obama.”
The Connecticut GOP announced Mitt Romney received 28 percent of the vote in the presidential straw poll, followed by Newt Gingrich with 28 percent and Ron Paul with 26 percent.
Mitt romney’s record came under repeated attack during the Republican Presidential debate in South Carolina.
It’s the end of the road for John Huntsman. The former Utah Governor has halted his bid for the Republican candidacy.
Mitt Romney followed up his win in Iowa with a convincing win in New Hampshire’s Republican primary. The former Massachusetts governor easily outdistanced Ron Paul and Jon Huntsman and now it’s on to South Carolina.
It will be interesting the see how the Red Storm respond against Kentucky without Steve Lavin on the bench.
Islip town worker Cleveland Gamble said he was shocked and sickened after he walked into the common area in a Parks Department building on Halloween night.
Police say 21-year-old Robert Cartagena and 21-year-old Tyshawn Brockington arrived in New York City Wednesday to face murder charges.
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