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Alternate champions

The University of Texas is sending its pre-produced national champions gear to Haiti. This is, of course, a great decision and really a no-brainer (hey, H&M, take a hint, huh?). But when I read this, part of me thought of Haiti as this alternate reality wherein Texas football is the national champs and the Jets

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No run for New York on the offing

The Jets’ run may be over, but there is a fabulous George Vecsey column from yesterday that is worth a look. (It was one of those times where I had opened the story in a tab to read it, but then the day got away from me and there it sat, until this morning.) It

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Everybody’s doing it, so no one gets jinxed

When Mets Police and Deadspin noted that the Jets were pre-selling AFC Champions gear, I chuckled and posted it on Facebook, but I didn’t dwell on it much more than that. It seemed a bit presumptive on the one hand, but I also figured it made some sense for the team to get ahead of

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When Shea knew football

The Jets are about to play the last football game at the Meadowlands, and though I was 7 years old when they first kicked off there, I don’t remember their first game in New Jersey, or their time at Shea Stadium. Growing up on the Jersey Shore, I did not get into football until the

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