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Gradkowski will start opening day

The Raider Nation experienced something last year that had been missing since 2002: passion from the quarterback position. In particular, passion from Bruce Gradkowski. Not unlike the days when Rich Gannon stood behind center, Gradkowski took control of the offense. Minus Gannon’s side-arm delivery and 6-foot-3-inch frame, Gradkowski carries the same swagger, the same will to win. … Continue reading

At Penn State, loyalty is a commodity

Yeah, yeah, we all understand. It’s an “Arms Race” in big league college football. Ohio State and Michigan have already done it, so we’re already behind. College football is “big business,” and big piles of money aren’t enough. They always need more. But there really is no way to sugarcoat it. The new “Seat Transfer … Continue reading

RZR’s Third Annual Super Bowl ad review

Thank you for joining us! It’s our Super Bowl ad review. I think I’ll take a shot at reviewing all 60-some ads, so I’m going to do this in installments. For today’s edition, we’ll be reviewing the ads from Anheuser-Busch InBev. Update: As you likely noticed, we didn’t get around to reviewing all the ads. … Continue reading

Super Bowl Ad Review…coming soon

Now that we’ve finally got our Internet access back… we’ll soon be posting our 2010 Super Bowl ad review. We’ll post comments on some of the ads, plus a ‘winners & losers’ section… though I’m not sure what we’ll call it. Hmmm. We’ll likely just go with ‘Winners & Losers.’ A few that will be … Continue reading

Saints Story

And then there were two. Super Bowl XLIV. New Orleans Saints vs. Indianapolis Colts. Catch the Saints stories in our fan pages here (or by clicking the link below), or read all of tomorrow’s headlines today in our In the Papers section, where we provide links to each team’s local newspaper pages.

Colts corner

And then there were two. Super Bowl XLIV. New Orleans Saints vs. Indianapolis Colts. Catch all of the Colts stories in our AFC fan pages here (or by clicking the link below), or read all of tomorrow’s headlines today in our In the Papers section.

Hugh Jackson to the Raiders

As we reported on RZR Mobile, Raven’s quarterback coach Hugh Jackson is reportedly close to terms with the Oakland Raiders to become their new offensive coordinator, per Michael Smith of ESPN. Jackson worked with head coach Tom Cable at Cal State Fullerton in 1990 and at the University of California in 1996. Jackson would make … Continue reading