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Final celebration HOLCOMB — It was only fitting that the Holcomb championship football parade on Thursday felt as cold as the 'Ice Bowl,' the Class 4A-II state championship game that pitted the Holcomb Longhorns against the Holton Wildcats on Nov. 28 in Salina. When … Read more on The Garden City Telegram Women's basketball: Brianna Taylor leads No. 5 Texas over Arkansas Oklahoma Sooners guard Sharane Campbell-Olds (24) fights for the ball with Texas Longhorns guard Brianna Taylor (20, left) and Texas Longhorns guard Brooke McCarty (11) during the first half of the Phillips 66 Big 12 Women's Basketball Championship … Read more on Dallas Morning News...

Kendall Jenner: Young Reality Star Cheers Football Team to State Championship (Pics)...

On Friday night (16 December 2011), the youngest sister of the Kardashians, Kendall Jenner, grabs her pom-poms and hits the turf in Carson, Canifornia to squeeze sporting events and cheerleading practice into that schedule of hers. The 16-year-old shows off her school spirit at the California State Football Bowl Championship. Besides filming after filming, shoot after shoot and modeling after modeling, the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” cutie is just 16 and still in high school. With her father Bruce on-hand to support his little girl, Miss Jenner takes up cheerleading duties as her Sierra Canyon Trailblazers wins the state championship at The Home Depot Center. The 16-year-old sweetie shows off her school spirit, wearing her pom-poms and cool school uniform on Friday night, 16 December 2011. Despite wearing her school’s blue and white uniform, Kendall still stands out from the crowd The second youngest of the Kardashian-Jenner clan joins the other cheerleaders from Sierra Canyon High School located in Chatsworth to rally their team, The Trailblazers After the game, the 16-year-old can not contain her excitement and wrote on Twitter, “State Champs! Congrats SC football!!!” Thanks to the height of 5ft 9in, the reality TV star becomes one of the hottest young stars in the fashion world and has a blossoming career in fashion modelling at just 16-years-old. She said, “I was so tall, and would tower over everybody, but now I actually love them” The student stunner...

College Football Predictions Espn – Preview College Football Picks That Will Affect the 2010 National Championship on Saturday...

College Football Predictions Espn When it comes to making college football picks, keep in mind that everything old is new again. Or what goes around comes around. Or you can’t teach an old dog new tricks. Okay, maybe that last doesn’t quite work, but the point is that some longtime college football powers will meet up this weekend with the outcomes possibly going a long way toward determining this year’s national champion. Snatching the national spotlight going into the weekend is Miami’s trip to Ohio State, a reprise of the 2003 Fiesta Bowl – a game won by the Buckeyes to earn them a BCS Championship. In the years since, both schools have seen quite a bit of change, but have both returned to national prominence. This Hurricanes team isn’t quite as loaded as the squad from last decade that sent Willis McGahee, Andre Johnson and Antrel Rolle – among others – to the NFL. But Randy Shannon’s team does feature a talented, even if young, defensive line that has shown an early ability to get after the quarterback. That group will be tested against Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor. Now in his third season leading the Buckeye offense, no less than a championship is expected from Pryor. Oh, and a Heisman Trophy might be nice as well. If the four guys up front for the ‘Canes can’t slow him down, it’s going to be a long day at...

The Big 12 Championship

Wow, the 2010 Big 12 Championship came up quick. The winner of the north is Nebraska and the winner of the South is Oklahoma. This will be the last year for the big 12 championship since next year the conference is reduced to 10 teams. Nebraska and Oklahoma was a huge rivalry game when they were in the Big 8. However, since joining the big 12 they do not play every year. This is a perfect ending to the end of an era for the Big 12 Championship Title game. What was Nebraska key to success in 2010? A great defense, great kicking game, and at times a great offense. The Offense is still a work in progress. Their were a lot of amazing 40-50 plus scoring games when Nebraska was really clicking. Their offense seemed to be built around their quarterback Taylor Martinez. He is one of the fastest guys that I have seen when he gets to his second step. With injuries to Taylor Martinez the offense has been up and down. For future years to come, Nebraska needs to continue to get depth at each position and recruit more quality wide receivers.As far as Oklahoma, they have improved since last year. Just like Nebraska had injuries to their starting quarterback, Oklahoma had injuries to their starting quarterback last year. Sam Bradford was the number one pick this year in the NFL draft. Oklahoma’s new quarterback struggled...

President Obama Weighs in on a College Football Championship Game...

President Obama is looking to change America, and one place he is clearly focused on is the Bowl Championship Series. Forget about Wall Street, the president is looking to shake up college football by creating something that football fans have been begging for for years: a playoff. Even with President Obama’s blessing, college football may still not get a playoff. President Obama has made no secret that he is an avid sports fan. He has made several appearances on ESPN. He created a college basketball bracket for March Madness. He talks about how he installed a basketball court in the white house. He has also made several statements that he believes college football should implement a playoff. Before he was elected, he told Chris Berman on an episode of Monday Night Football, that, “I think it’s about time college football had a playoff.” He also reiterated this point after the election on an episode of CBS’ “60 Minutes.” According to President Obama, his proposed system will have eight teams that would play for over three rounds before the national champion is declared. This system sounds very similar to the one that the Mountain West Conference presented to Congress to decide the National Champion. He is also aware that the system will add another three weeks to the season so the best solution according to him would be to shorten the regular season instead. He ends by saying that this...