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East Carolina 28, UTEP 18: Can the Miners Recover? [OPINION]

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The Historian’s Gift: Steve Hill Remembered [OPINION]

The game notes always came in longhand, all written with a blue ballpoint pen. Stats, coaching records, last five games of the series -- transcribed onto wide-rule notebook paper, complete with Steve Hill's thoughts about the high school football game they described.

Every high school football game in El Paso County. Every we

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Low Price: UTEP Coach Frustrated By Lack of Offense vs Ole Miss [OPINION]

You could tell this loss stung Mike Price just by looking.

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Political Baseball: Crowd Lashes Out at Byrd, Ballpark [OPINION]

The conference room at the Nolan Richardson Rec Center was almost packed. Seeing two of El Paso's finest in uniform was a clue as to how this would go, as was the fact that there was a lot more gray hair in the audience than any other color

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What Price for One More Year at UTEP? [OPINION]

The UTEP Miners have begun their sojourn to Camp Socorro, most likely for the final time under Mike Price, who's contract to coach the Miners ends with the final whistle of 2012.

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NCAA Throws Match Into Forest Fire with Penn State Sanctions [OPINION]

When I heard that the NCAA had empowered president Mark Emmert to blow Penn State out of the water, I reiterated my thoughts that any penalty coming from the governing body of college sports would be like throwing a match into a raging forest fire.

After hearing Emmert unload both verbal barrels, I've changed my mind about one thing. Good on the NCAA for vacating Joe Pater

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Should Penn State Tear Down Joe Paterno’s Statue? [POLL]

There has been a lot of response to my column about Joe Paterno, especially regarding the picture of his statue below. Penn State says there's no way that statue is coming down.

I think they ought to bring the thing down, especially because of the words they have next to the statue: "Success With Honor". Obviously, it's been all but proven in court that Penn State's success in football was not achieved honorably. And while I respect the university's right to keep the statue, not everyone with a can of spray paint will. Just sayin'.

Read the column here and vote on what you think Penn State ought to do with the statue in our poll below.

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Should Have Kept Your Eyes on the Kids, Joe [OPINION]

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Does EP Need a Soccer Complex? Yes — More Than a Baseball Stadium [OPINION]

The best thing El Paso could -- and should -- build for itself is a soccer complex. This would be better than building a baseball stadium. Better by far than another arena. Better than swimming pools, multi-purpose gyms and skate parks.

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Bracketology, Smacketology. What’s All The Fuss About, ESPN? [OPINION]

Bracketology noun
1. A term invented by some ESPN marketing wonk implying that there is actual science behind picking which schools will be selected to play in the NCAA Tournament; made to stick because ESPN owns the TV rights to the entire world except for, ironically, the NCAA men's basketball tournament, and don't you just know they're pissed about that.

Give credit to ESPN, they come up with some good stuff. The term certainly gives

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