The Clog

Amar'e Stoudemire won't be celebrating Halloween, apparently. This is a bummer, and a silly thing to take such a strident stance over, but... more candy for the rest of us?

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The goal for issue #6 of The Classical was short, fast, loud pieces. We aimed for 500 words, but we didn't actually hold anyone to that rule. 26 poems, memoirs, histories, fantasies, fictions, non-fictions, prayers, confessions roughly related to sports are the result.

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The Seattle Seahawks. The Zombie St. Louis Rams. The Footballz Podcast instead of ESPN's Monday Night crew talking about the game those two teams have. Finally, a healthy, filling Gruden Alternative for the rest of us!

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In an inspirational return, our spam poetry series tackles the big questions, including the lifestyle of an SEO Panda.

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ESPN's Monday Night Football yawp-squad will find a way to bring up Peyton Manning tonight, even though he is not playing in tonight's game. There is another way.

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Bart Oates had a very good 11-year NFL career. The foremost folk-museum/shrine to that career is in a nail salon in a mostly dead South Jersey mall. Naturally.

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There are many good reasons why a baseball card company wouldn't hire sex creep/photographer Terry Richardson to shoot photos for a set of cards. Here are an uncomfortable number of those reasons.

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It is not one of the more graceful visuals on offer in the game of baseball, but there is something stunning and beautiful -- something almost divine -- in watching Prince Fielder run and slide.

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Another Monday, another chance to enjoy Monday Night Football more by listening to the Footballz Podcast -- featuring Classical Fam All-Star Gregg Gethard and gallerist Bridget Donahue -- instead of ESPN's barking heads.

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The Pittsburgh Pirates season had to end eventually, and it ended on Wednesday night with the team helpless before Adam Wainright in St. Louis. At least it ends in, and with, some real hope. That's not a small thing after twenty years of nothing but hope.

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