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Sorry, soccer is not available on this afternoon's buffet. Or, really, ever.
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… I’m going to Eagles-Cowboys Monday night. Anyone interested in reading some live blogging from the game? Would look and feel something like this, but posted in real time. Seems like multiple multi-tasking to both watch the game and monkey with a computer at the same time, but if you’re intrigued I’m offering. …

... They say imitation is the most sincere form of flattery. Well, consider me flattered. Something tells me that Dallas' Only Daily's new TV/Radio blog is a reaction to them being on the outside looking in on items like this and this and this and this. Barry Horn's a nice guy. We've always been friendly. If you want regurgitation from national media conference calls and giant-scope TV ratings, he's your man. But if you're looking for finger-on-the-pulse local sports media scene stuff, well, his next quote from Greg Williams, for example, will be his first. Just sayin' ...

… I say Tony Romo is evolving into a great player. Randy Galloway says he’s remaining a good person. …

… Looks like our hurricane will blow ashore near Galveston. Weird, I thought Ike would only hit Tina. In related news, obviously no one gave a damn about my brilliant plan or we wouldn't be in this mess. …

… Not watching baseball these days, but I did see a couple familiar names in ESPN’s scroll this week. Key homers were slugged by the Mets’ Fernando Tatis and the Rays’ Carlos Pena. You guessed it: Both former Texas Rangers. …

… If you still get goose-bumpy at the thought of Roger-to-Drew, NFL Network is offering an hour-long in-depth look back at “Hail Mary” Sunday night at 8. … -- Richie Whitt

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