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Cincinnati Bengals vs Cleveland Browns 23-20Bengals NFL Week American Football Week 4 American Football Touchdown Highlights Fumble Recovery Winner Catch Down Tom Brady
11 Oct 2009
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9/13/08 Highlights: Cullen Harper threw for 262 yards and two touchdowns in leading Clemson to a 27-9 victory over NC State .
22 Oct 2009
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9/20/08 Highlights: Jonathan Dwyer set a school record with an 88-yard touchdown run, Georgia Tech's defense shut out Mississippi State for three quarters and the Yellow Jackets beat Mississippi State 38-7 on Saturday.
22 Oct 2009
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9/6/08 Highlights: Dwyer runs for 108 yards & scores go-ahead touchdown in win over the Eagles in Chestnut Hill.
22 Oct 2009
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From WAFB's Sportsline Friday Nite, Central hosting Zachary High School. After a touchdown, Central goes for two. Quarterback Will Briscoe throws behind the back hitting wide open Shedrick Davis in the endzone. Makes it look effortless! Central went on to bomb Zachary 58 - 0
3 Nov 2009
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Dexter McCluster ran for 148 yards and passed for a touchdown, and Mississippi survived a last-ditch drive by LSU for a 25-23 victory Saturday. cbsepisode CBSSports**** LSU Ole Miss Highlights
23 Nov 2009
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In the final minutes of the USC and UCLA game, the Trojans score a touchdown against the Bruins that causes emotions to stir on both sides of the field. USC
30 Nov 2009
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*******itunes.apple****/us/app/table-touch-football/id341952072?mt=8 Table Touch Football is a unique spin off of the paper/flick football game. The goal of the game is to sling or flick a slider (football) across the football field onto one of the touchdown or field goal markers in the number of downs allowed. Make sure to stay in-bounds and avoid all turnover markers when advancing downfield. FEATURES: - Two player game - Play against the computer on easy, medium, or hard setting or play against your friends - Pick up and go game with an easy learning curve - Autosave feature allows for resuming crashed or interrupted games - Various options to adjust the number of possessions and number of downs allowed - Also set sling/flick sensitivity - Built in help - Arcade style sound effects - Sharp 2D graphics
4 Dec 2009
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The Clever Cleaver Brothers new cookbook Tailgate Touchdown in packed with great recipes and photos. Available at Amazon****
14 Dec 2009
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All-American Contender, High School Sophomore Running Back, Blake Buckhannon of Western Reserve, Collins, Ohio. 2009 Season record 1721 yards from scrimmage, 17 touchdowns, 10 games played!
23 Dec 2009
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BloodBowl Intro (Xbox 360) A combination of a tactical game and a sports game, two teams, one ball. The team that carries the ball into the opponent's end zone scores a touchdown, the team with the most touchdowns at the end of the game is the winner. Distributed by Tubemogul.
29 Dec 2009
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*******slindi****/maison/entretien-nettoyage/boule-de-lavage The New York Jets confirmed their defense as the top in the league after their shutout performance against the Cincinnati Bengals. The New York team took a 37-0 victory, gaining a ticket to the playoffs as a wild card in the 17th and last week of the regular season in the NFL. The Jets seemed out of the playoffs two weeks ago after a loss at home against Atlanta, but with two subsequent victories in a row, they reached the postseason for the first time since 2006. Thomas Jones opened the score with a one-yard touchdown during New Yorks first offense, putting the score 7-0. The Bengals tried to react, but the Jets put up a rock-solid defense. At the end of the quarter, the Jets maintained their 7-point lead. In the second quarter, Jay Feely added two field goals, one of 20 yards and another of 39, setting the score at 13-0. Minutes later, Brad Smith rushed 32-yards for yet another touchdown, while Jerricho Cotchery did the same in 6 yards. Halftime opened with a score of 27-0, in favor of the Jets.NFLNew York YetsfootballCincinnati Bengalssportsbook
8 Jan 2010
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Cardinals 14 Saints 45 Don't forget to add and subscribe to me! Cardinals can't hang with high-powered Saints It was over when ... Reggie Bush returned a punt 83 yards for a touchdown, effectively breaking the Cardinals' will. Garrett Hartley's extra point gave the Saints a 45-14 lead with 6:42 remaining in the third quarter. Game ball The bye week was good to Bush, who looked as healthy as ever while juking defenders on his way to a season-high 84 rushing yards on five carries. Bush showed off his ability to make defenders miss on a 46-yard touchdown run in the second quarter and again on his punt return for a touchdown in the third quarter. Bush added four catches for 24 yards and had a 36-yard average on three punt returns. Key Stat The Cardinals just couldn't match the Saints, who scored touchdowns on five of their six first-half possessions. Kurt Warner and Co. couldn't stay on the field, as the Cardinals finished 1-for-8 on third downs. Noteworthy The Saints reached the NFC Championship game for the second time in franchise history. Next week's NFC Championship will be the first played at the Superdome. ... Bush's punt return for a touchdown was the third longest in postseason history. ... Warner was on the receiving end of a violent hit from Saints DE Bobby McCray on an interception in the second quarter. Warner was replaced by Matt Leinart on the following drive, later returned to start the second half, and was then replaced for good with the game out of reach in the fourth quarter. ... Cardinals CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie was carted to the locker room in the second quarter with a left knee injury and did not return. Cromartie's teammate, Antrel Rolle, left with a head injury and also did not return. ... The Cardinals lost for the first time this season when recording at least 100 rushing yards. That total included a 70-yard touchdown run by Tim Hightower on the game's first play from scrimmage
17 Jan 2010
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Football fans across the country will be hosting their own Big Game bashes in just a few short weeks. For some these parties are all about watching the on-field action, for others the enjoyment comes from spending time with friends and savoring delicious snacks. To help create game-winning get-togethers, Viva brand paper towels and Food Network’s Sunny Anderson, host of Cooking for Real, are offering entertaining tips and a recipe that will score a touchdown with guests. To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******multivu.prnewswire****/mnr/kimberly-clark/42007/
18 Feb 2010
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NEW ORLEANS SAINTS SUPER BOWL XLIV CHAMPIONS "VIDEO" *******funfactsandinfo.blogspot**** NEW ORLEANS SAINTS SUPER BOWL XLIV CHAMPIONS "VIDEO" The New Orleans Saints, longtime residents of the bottom of the NFL barrel, now stand at the pinnacle of American sports. A thrilling Super Bowl XLIV ended with the Saints on top, 31-17. The New Orleans Saints are world champions. That feels so weird -- and so great -- to say. The Saints got off to a slow start, but they never stopped playing aggressively and with a fierce passion. They were afraid of nothing, they took risks, and they went out and made the plays to beat a great football game. I'd point to two key plays. First, obviously, was the brain-rattling Tracy Porter(notes) interception of Peyton Manning(notes) that went for a touchdown, and for all intents and purposes, put the game away. It was a shockingly bad throw from Manning and an electrifying return from Porter. That'll go down in the books as one of the great plays in Super Bowl history. Maybe the real key, though, was the onside kick with which the Saints used to open the second half. The call from head coach Sean Payton took the guts of a thief, and it paid off immeasurably. The Saints never really relinquished momentum after Jonathan Casillas(notes) came out of that pile with the football. To me, that play personifies the Saints and their attitude in this game. Fans just got their third straight classic Super Bowl. Two years ago, the Giants shocked the world by edging the Patriots. Last year, the Steelers and Cardinals went back and forth in a nail-biter, and this year, the Saints and Colts fought tooth and nail for 60 minutes. The final score might not show a thriller, but this thing was hotly contested until very late in the game. Things turned on one major mistake. The fact that it was the Saints who won adds to the feeling that we just saw greatness. Between the years of miserable football and what they and their fans went through with Hurricane Katrina, it feels great to see them on top. I'm not a Saints fan, and I can't help but smile right now.. *******funfactsandinfo.blogspot****
8 Feb 2010
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SAINTS WIN SUPER BOWL 44 "WHO DAT" *******funfactsandinfo.blogspot**** SAINTS WIN SUPER BOWL 44 "WHO DAT" The New Orleans Saints, longtime residents of the bottom of the NFL barrel, now stand at the pinnacle of American sports. A thrilling Super Bowl XLIV ended with the Saints on top, 31-17. The New Orleans Saints are world champions. That feels so weird -- and so great -- to say. The Saints got off to a slow start, but they never stopped playing aggressively and with a fierce passion. They were afraid of nothing, they took risks, and they went out and made the plays to beat a great football game. I'd point to two key plays. First, obviously, was the brain-rattling Tracy Porter(notes) interception of Peyton Manning(notes) that went for a touchdown, and for all intents and purposes, put the game away. It was a shockingly bad throw from Manning and an electrifying return from Porter. That'll go down in the books as one of the great plays in Super Bowl history. Maybe the real key, though, was the onside kick with which the Saints used to open the second half. The call from head coach Sean Payton took the guts of a thief, and it paid off immeasurably. The Saints never really relinquished momentum after Jonathan Casillas(notes) came out of that pile with the football. To me, that play personifies the Saints and their attitude in this game. Fans just got their third straight classic Super Bowl. Two years ago, the Giants shocked the world by edging the Patriots. Last year, the Steelers and Cardinals went back and forth in a nail-biter, and this year, the Saints and Colts fought tooth and nail for 60 minutes. The final score might not show a thriller, but this thing was hotly contested until very late in the game. Things turned on one major mistake. The fact that it was the Saints who won adds to the feeling that we just saw greatness. Between the years of miserable football and what they and their fans went through with Hurricane Katrina, it feels great to see them on top. I'm not a Saints fan, and I can't help but smile right now.. *******funfactsandinfo.blogspot****
8 Feb 2010
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