Fantasy Football: Keys to having the perfect league

By Nick Beaulieu, Editor-In-Chief It’s the end of September, and you’re glued to the Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Arizona Cardinals game on Sunday. It’s the fourth...

Super Bowl XLVII

After the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens punched their tickets to Super Bowl XLVII, the big game became chocked full of storylines to choose from.  The most intriguing  brings the two head coaches, Jim Harbaugh (San Francisco) and John Harbaugh (Baltimore), together head-to-head in what is being dubbed the "Har-bowl".  
 


No Quick Fix in Jacksonville

Last Tuesday, Jacksonville Jaguar quarterback David Garrard did his part to attend a team-sponsored luncheon with fans to drum up support and sell season tickets.  Just two hours later, he was released from the team.

How's that again?  They released him from the team?


Ex-Mav Miller looks to excel in NFL

Across the country, outside the limelight of the Aaron Rodgers' and Chris Johnson's of the NFL, there are hundreds of pro football players patiently waiting for their spot to climb up the ranks of their position. Zach Miller, a former Maverick star quarterback, is one of those players.


Final football season marred by disappointment

The 2010 UNO football season began with questions.  Who will start at quarterback?  Can the defense improve on its dismal performance from the year before?  How far can Levi Terrell go after leading the MIAA with 159.6 yards per game on the ground the previous season?


Petrino joins Mavs

UNO head football coach Pat Behrns announced the hiring of secondary coach Jason Petrino on Monday.


Steelers, Packers share strengths, winning traditions

Two of the NFL's most storied franchises will clash on Sunday in Arlington, Texas in Super Bowl XLV.

Either the Pittsburgh Steelers will cement their status as the NFL's premier franchise by adding a record seventh title or the Green Bay Packers will capture their fourth championship.


Goodell leading league in the wrong direction

The National Football League isn't a numbers-driven league like Major League Baseball and the National Basketball Association are. It doesn't have anything equivalent to Joe Dimaggio's 56-game hitting streak or Wilt Chamberlain's 100-point game. The NFL does, however, have one number that resonates with fans: 17-0.