The college football season is nearing the end, which means conference championships are being held and the final games for hundreds of senior student athletes. For Cooper Kupp, a 2012 Davis High School grad and current freshman wide receiver at Eastern Washington University, his college career is just beginning and is off to a great start.
In case you missed it before last Sunday's telecast of the Seattle Seahawks home game against the Minnesota Vikings (which Seattle won, 41-20) the Fox pre-game show "NFL Sunday" showed the entire country what we have known here in the Pacific Northwest for a long time.
Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub went down with an ankle injury in the team's Week 6 loss to the St. Louis Rams. Instead of receiving a sympathetic reaction from the crowd at Reliant Stadium, the injury was cheered, as was Schaub's replacement, T.J. Yates. Is it ever okay to cheer for an injury in sports?
A unicorn, Care Bears, and Justin Bieber are three things that I would have never associated with professional football, but in the Fantasy Football Tattoo League, these three references have become life long commitments.
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