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Are you planning on watching both of the NFL Conference Championship playoff games today?
You bet. I hope to see New England and the 49ers in the Superbowl. How about you?
Absolutely! My husband is a big football fan and I join him in watching the games. I enjoy watching the activiites around the game, the broadcaster's comments, the "tailgate" food we eat and watching his reaction to plays.
Absolutely. I'm rooting for the Patriots right now and will be rooting for the 49er's when they play the Giants.
by PhoenixV5 years ago
What Kind Of College Football Playoff System Would You Create?Does college football need a playoff system? What sort of system would you create to determine who the best college football team is each year? How would you...
by mosaicman6 years ago
Should a team that does not belong to a BCS Conference be allowed to play for the BCS Championship? What if there are three teams undefeated, should they be the odd man out?I say yes. These teams should try to recruit...
by Cagsil8 years ago
Let's talk about those COWBOYS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Yeah, BABY!!!!!!!!!WOOHOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!GO COWBOYS!!!!!!!!!http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/recap;_ylt= … 0100109006
by Kevin W21 months ago
Who will win the BCS Championship game? Alabama or Notre Dame?
by AskAshlie34337 years ago
The Seahawks lost 7 of their last 9 games and still managed to host a playoff game at 7-9. Does the NFL need to recalibrate a new playoff system or leave it the same? What about strength of schedule? They become the...
by alexandriaruthk5 years ago
2012 BCS Championship - What team will win this year?Notre Dame, Alabama.... and why?
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