Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was featured on 60 Minutes a few weeks ago. Normally, you would think that a player would not have any problems with what is essentially a puff piece about arguably the best quarterback in the NFL. But not only did Rodgers take exception, he still takes exception and the CBS News program is firing back.
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Our first flex of the 2012 NFL season was CBS moving Patriots-Colts to the late slot and thus most of the country will see a great quarterback matchup in Tom Brady and Andrew Luck. In the early slot, most will see Browns-Cowboys with others getting Jets-Rams, Bengals-Chiefs or Jaguars-Texans. The other game in the national window is Chargers-Broncos. Continue reading for announcers and distribution.
has thrown a monkey wrench in the 2012 college football season. Now the pressure is on the three remaining undefeated clubs in Oregon (versus Stanford), Kansas State (at Baylor), and Notre Dame (versus Wake Forest) as the door has now opened for one of them into the championship game. Alabama may be down at the moment but certainly not out, and how will they respond this week against Western Carolina? Or how about A&M against Sam Houston? It's my week 12 selections.
this happened. Now, what does the bowl picture look like right now after Alabama has been upset? Could we see a non-SEC championship game matchup for the first time since 2005? Here are my bowl projections.
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