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Jim Sez 1/22/2018 by Jim Hurley

Patriots, Eagles Begin Their Super Bowl Countdown

 

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Network Continues Red Hot in the NFL Playoffs!
3-0 Sunday in the Conference Championships!
Now 11-1-1 Going Into Super Bowl LII!

Eagles (+3) over Vikings 38-7
Jaguars (+7.5) over Patriots 20-24 & UNDER 46

OUR FIRST LOOK AT SUPER BOWL LII - IT'S EAGLES VS. PATRIOTS FOR ALL THE MARBLES AS WE PUT A REAL WRAP ON SUNDAY'S CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES

Let's get something straight right off the bat here: The New England Patriots - the NFL's reigning defending champions - know their history. After all, Sunday's epic 24-20 come-from-behind non-cover win against the 7.5-point underdog Jacksonville Jaguars in this year's AFC Championship…

Sports Betting Notebook 1/20/2018 by Jim Hurley

Network Notebook: Can Patriots Win with an Injured Tom Brady

 

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It's amazing that a fluke accident in an NFL practice can change the course of history. That may be what happened this week when Tom Brady injured his hand. Suddenly, the favorites to win the Super Bowl were surrounded by question marks. And, teams led by unheralded quarterbacks like Blake Bortles, Case Keenum, and Nick Foles were sensing a chance to engrave their names on the most coveted trophy in sports.

Of course, New England hasn't lost yet! Tom Brady may be recovered enough by Sunday afternoon to execute the offense well enough to win. And, the Patriots would still be…

Hurley on Horses 1/16/2018 by Jim Hurley

THE ROAD TO THE KENTUCKY DERBY IS OPEN...FOCUSING ON EARLY PREPS

 

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Right around this time a year ago the Derby Preps and conversation regarding the prospects for the 2017 Kentucky derby and Triple Crown was under way.

For most serious barns the nominations had been filed early, the serious contenders had raced as juveniles and the scuttlebutt was sounded regarding those promising newly turned three-year olds who were about to begin their foundations.

Now it is mid-January in 2018 and with the Jerome Stakes at Aqueduct and the Lecomte Stakes at Fair Grounds having been run this past Saturday, along with the Smarty Jones at Oaklawn set for Martin Luther King Monday, the…

Exclusive Coverage of all NFL 1/22/2018

Few arrests as Eagles fans take to streets to celebrate

PHILADELPHIA (AP) Philadelphia police say few arrests have been made amid celebrations following the Eagles' NFC championship game victory.

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Exclusive Coverage of all College Football 1/21/2018

Former FCS players have Super Bowl spotlight

(STATS) - Super Bowl LII offers quite the stage for a number of former New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles who played at FCS schools.

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