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Overthinking Overtime

As football’s overtime format has been debated and changed over the years, it seems each effort to address a particular concern has introduced a new concern of its own. The NCAA introduced overtime in 1996, in part, to eliminate ties from the game. But by doing so, many college football games turn into absolute marathons,

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Record Days

Mark Tye Turner is the author of Notes from a 12th Man: A Truly Biased History of the Seattle Seahawks On opening night of the 2013 season, Peyton Manning did something that has not been accomplished since the merger of 1970: he threw seven touchdowns passes. The last person to accomplish this feat was Minnesota

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