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With the Super Bowl set to kickoff Sunday in Miami, the media is talking about the dispute between the NFL and the people of New Orleans over 'Who Dat'.
5 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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THE most bizarre game show you will ever see.
18 Aug 2007
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Marx Brothers and Karl Marx together at last singing and dancing there way into your hearts for Obama.
24 Jun 2008
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Track from the CD "Today Is Finally Tomorrow" by Crescendo
26 Nov 2009
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NBA *******www.thewinningwagers**** NBA basketball Philadelphia 76ers New Orleans Hornets sports picks sports wagers free picks winning wagers NBA basketball picks
6 Feb 2010
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Post-Super Bowl, our giant cockroach hits the street to figure out "Who dat?" Also: why Best Buy loves frats, the song that never ends, super-happy in Mississippi.
11 Feb 2010
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Watch as the New Orleans Saints warm-up for their game against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 15. See Sedrick Ellis sign autographs for fans and the Saints get pumped for the game with the "Who Dat" chant. To sign-up and "Get As Close As You Can Get" to the Saints, go to *******www.sportsbuzz****
23 Dec 2010
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My Plimsoles - New single by Who's Dat ENT Distributed by Tubemogul.
12 Apr 2009
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*******www.myspace****/jjohnofficialmyspace *******www.facebook****/jjohnmusic add J.John as a friend on myspace and facebook! write up by Gene Wojciechowski NEW ORLEANS -- Brett Favre will never forget Sunday's NFC Championship Game. His body won't let him. The New Orleans Saints beat the Vikings in overtime partly because -- no, mostly because -- they beat up Favre. That, and five Vikings turnovers, including one gruesome interception by Favre in the final 15 seconds of regulation. By game's end, Favre's body color matched his helmet color: purple. He was 40 at kickoff. He was 60 at the final whistle. In between, he was knocked all the way to Kiln, Miss. "How old are you?" said Favre to ESPN's Ed Werder as reporters formed a loose semicircle around his locker. "Forty-nine," said Werder. "How old you feel?" "Something around that," said Favre. The Saints are going to their first Super Bowl thanks to a merciless defensive game plan designed to inflict pain. Favre was the inflictee.
25 Jan 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 SUPER BOWL 44 CHAMPIONS "NEWS" *******funfactsandinfo.blogspot**** SAINTS SUPER BOWL 44 CHAMPIONS "NEWS" 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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