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Penn State football: When the “death penalty” is just too small
San Jose Mercury News (blog)
Let me point out that SI.com's Michael Rosenberg explains it very, very well in this column, so well that I really don't need to add my tardy thoughts, but will anyway. -I'm going to focus on one general part of the Penn State abomination, which, of
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Penn State should discuss ending footballBoston.com
Michael Rosenberg: Death Penalty may sound right for Penn St, but it's not SI.com
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Originally posted. July 19, 2012

Penn State football: When the “death penalty” is just too small – San Jose Mercury News (blog)

62269

Bleacher Report
Penn State football: When the “death penalty” is just too small
San Jose Mercury News (blog)
Let me point out that SI.com's Michael Rosenberg explains it very, very well in this column, so well that I really don't need to add my tardy thoughts, but will anyway. -I'm going to focus on one general part of the Penn State abomination, which, of
Penn State Football: Why Nittany Lions Need Gameday to Arrive Now More Bleacher Report
Penn State should discuss ending footballBoston.com
Michael Rosenberg: Death Penalty may sound right for Penn St, but it's not SI.com
Sacramento Bee -York Daily Record
all 3,762 news articles »

Originally posted. July 19, 2012

Dolphins' Bush has sights set on leading NFL in rushing

Running back recorded first 1,000-yard season of career last season with Dolphins Running back recorded first 1,000-yard season of career last season with Dolphins.

Football mourns referee Taylor

The Football League have paid tribute to former referee Jack Taylor OBE, who has died at his Shropshire home at the age of 82.

NFL Capsules – NFC: Giants' running game has nowhere to go but up

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — The Giants' running game has nowhere to go but up in 2012. While New York won the Super Bowl, it did it with Eli Manning's arm and a surging, swarming defense.

NFL Notebook: Slimmed down Ray Lewis ready for 17th season

David Ginsburg, Brett Martel, Fred Goodall Associated Press OWNINGS MILLS, Md. – In preparation for his 17th NFL season, Ray Lewis decided the best way to cope with his advancing age was to reduce his waistline.

NFL Capsules – NFC: Super Bowl-champion Giants report to camp

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — The Super Bowl-champion New York Giants reported to training camp just the way coach Tom Coughlin wanted — humble, looking to improve and hoping to take the next step toward building a dynasty that others in their own division can only chirp about.

NFL camps can't open soon enough for this bunch

Now that NFL training camps are up and running, perhaps the police blotter full of star players will begin to dry up.

NFL Capsules – State and Overall: Cowboys waive injured RB Scott, sign Wesley

IRVING (AP) — The Dallas Cowboys have waived injured rookie running back Darrell Scott and replaced him by signing former TCU tailback Ed Wesley. The moves Thursday came a day after Scott sustained a hip injury in a pre-training camp workout for rookies and selected veterans.

NFL: Contract no problem for Patriots' Welker

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Wes Welker was jogging back to the line after running a route during the New England Patriots’ first training camp session Thursday when owner Bob Kraft arrived on the sideline and pointed in his direction.