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You Better Bill-ieve It's A Must-Win! Plus: The Sky Is Flying; The Derrick Rosercoaster; The White Sox In The Thick Of The Race; and The Pageantry Of College Football: Bring On The Creampuffs.
1:15: The Double Nickel Smokehouse.
* Does Lance Briggs have permission from the NFL to wear that uniform on that website?
* Lance's Lamborghini should have it's own Twitter feed.
* Briggs attended high school in Elk Grove, California, so maybe he is a local celebrity there.
* Mohrbacker: 10-6.
* Coffman: 11-5.
* Rhodes: 9-6-1.
* The Bears finish 10-6, which is not enough to make the playoffs and Lovie Smith is fired by the Bucs.
* Corny clever Carl.
* Bears Re-Sign Kelvin Hayden, a rare CPS kid in the NFL.
20:26: The Sky!
* It's not just the uniform; it's the stories they tell.
* Still under .500.
* Friends in Low Places.
31:07: The Derrick Rosercoaster.
43:24: Oh, The Pageantry.
* "Bring on the Creampuffs: most ranked teams take the field on Saturday in uninspiring matches against the likes of Citadel, Florida Atlantic, Lamar, Northwestern State, and McNeese State. To clarify: McNeese State hails from Louisiana, not McNeese. Further: Murray State is in Kentucky, not Murray. Finally: Northwestern State is in Louisiana, not Northwestern. As we all know, Northwestern is in Illinois, which is a state, which Northwestern is not."
* College football has no parity mechanism like the NFL draft.
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