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Entering this week there are 15 college football teams that will need at least one win in their final two games to earn bowl eligibility. They include: Arizona State, Boston College, Buffalo, California, Charlotte, Eastern Michigan, Florida International, Liberty, Kentucky, *Missouri, Oregon State, TCU, Tennessee, Troy and Washington State. Note: Missouri is currently appealing a bowl ban with the NCAA. In addition there are a total of 27 teams that will need wins in each of their final two games of the season to become bowl eligible.

NBA 2-minute Handicap

Atlanta: 5-1 $ vs. Pistons … Brooklyn: 6-0 $ off a win when facing the Kings … San Antonio: 13-3 SU vs. 76ers … Miami: 7-2 SUATS at Bulls … Utah: 7-0 $ vs. Warriors.

Grinding Out The Profits

Stormin’ Norman for Philadelphia said – Just when you thought you saw everything in life … assault at the Dawg Pound. Last Thursday I couldn’t help but noting how Maurkice Pouncey was kicking Myles Garrett in the head while he laid on the ground, which reminded me of how Tommy Devito kicked Billy Batts in the head when he was down on the bar floor in Goodfellas. Think about it … Pouncey looked like Al Capone teeing off like an absolute hoodlum. Now I know where that came from. These were three tough amigos that would kill for each other. If you look at Pouncey he has the same type of grim tattoos all over his body as Aaron Hernandez had. Pouncey was in the car with Hernandez after leaving the Florida bar the night which resulted in the drive-by car shooting of two persons at a traffic light. Hernandez was found not guilty in that shooting, and his attorney was Jose Baez, who represented Casey Anthony. Wow, once a gangsta always a gangsta.
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