Monthly Archives: December 2012

Heart of Dallas Bowl Benefits Charities in Metroplex

By Ron Richards, www.theheartofdallasbowl.com When Oklahoma State takes the field against Purdue at Dallas’ storied Cotton Bowl Stadium tomorrow, the focus will be on two of major college football’s top teams and the football game they contest in the inaugural … Continue reading

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The Best News Bloopers for 2012

No end of the year celebration can be complete without reviewing some of the best news bloopers for the year. Check ‘em out: Part 1 Part 2  

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The Morning Report (12-31-12) New Years Eve, Say Goodbye to 2012 and Hello 2013, get your champagne drinks on edition

Well wow, where has this year gone???? Seriously! First, I’d like to wish you all a very Happy New Year!!!!!! I have to tell you, as the years pass, time becomes more and more precious to me. I get a … Continue reading

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Welcome to a new feature

wp-issuu.php wp-issuu.php wp-issuu.php See? And you thought all of my staying up at nights was just me drinking coffee. Welcome to a brand new feature of the blog. Call it a post Christmas present. I will be posting different publications … Continue reading

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Damontre Moore to declare for draft

Texas A&M junior defensive end Damontre Moore‘s next game for the Aggies will be his last. The 6-foot-4, 250-pound defensive end has declared for early entry into the 2013 NFL draft, Texas A&M announced on Sunday night. Moore had a … Continue reading

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The Morning Report (12-30-12) The day before, the day before New Years Day edition

Happy Sunday everyone. I had a super time yesterday at the Amon Carter Stadium watching the Rice and Air Force Academy Armed Forces Bowl in Fort Worth yesterday. My thanks to Tim Simmons and all of the people in charge of … Continue reading

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Rice 33, Air Force Academy 14 in memorable Armed Forces Bowl

Amon G. Carter Stadium in the campus of TCU (Photo courtesy of Will Martin) According to the Air Force Academy’s coach, size does matter. Air Force coach Troy Calhoun expressed disappointment in the Falcons’ offensive performance in Saturday’s 33-14 loss … Continue reading

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Episode 230 – Hanging with Mr. Will

As you know, Mr. Will is Will Martin, our expert when it comes to podcasting. Will brings a ton of knowledge to us Texas fans of hockey who definitely shares Will’s passion for the game. In addition to that, we here at … Continue reading

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Time for the Armed Forces Bowl!

Wooooo Hoooooo! It’s time for the Armed Forces Bowl! Join me as I set up shop in the press box at TCU’s Amon Carter Stadium with live updates from the game! I’m looking forward to it! One side note: I was just … Continue reading

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Please join me as we pay our respects…..

RIP General Norman Schwarzkopf *** RIP Charles Durning, representing my old unit, the 1st Infantry Division   *** Arlington

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