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Sports Carnival Ecstasy - October 17, 2013

English: Baylor quarterback, Robert Griffin II...
English: Baylor quarterback, Robert Griffin III, signing autographs at the 2009 Meet the Bears scrimmage (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Welcome to the October 17, 2013 edition of Sports Carnival Ecstasy. In this edition we start with a look at the Miami Heat in addition to the Washington Redskins. Ohio football is pretty welled covered from the Browns to the Buckeyes. And we wrap up with an article about Louisville and one on Illinois. Hope you enjoy all the articles, share, and come back soon.


Sharon Harvey Rosenberg presents HEAT Champs Reveal Doctor’s Advice to Them posted at Health, Life & Community | Baptist Health South Florida, saying, "By Bethany Rundell: Miami HEAT champions Udonis Haslem and Shane Battier sat down to give some insight into how the stay healthy during the season."


Bill Smith presents What is wrong with the Redskins? posted at FryingPan Sports, saying, "The Skins won the NFC East last season but this year the team is 0-3. The questions have centered on the comeback of QB Robert Griffin III but that is only part of the real answer."

Bill Smith
presents Ohio State Football Set For Conference Clash Against Wisconsin posted at BrutusReport, saying, "Following a 76 point win over Florida A&M, the Ohio State football program must turn its attention to conference rival Wisconsin."

Bill Smith
presents What is wrong with the San Francisco 49ers? posted at FryingPan Sports, saying, "As everyone that listens to the Internet audio version of News, Notes & Rumors knows, I am a big fan of Colin Kaepernick. He has clearly not regressed. So what exactly is wrong with the 1-2 49ers?"

Bill Smith
presents Browns/Vikings live game notes. posted at FryingPan Sports, saying, "Is Hoyer the long term answer at QB? Probably not but he showed enough to warrant another start. If he plays as well against the Bengals, he should continue to start whether Weeden is healthy or not. The Browns will still be looking for a college QB in the 2014 NFL draft."

Bill Smith
presents The Ohio State Buckeyes Beat FAMU By 76 posted at BrutusReport, saying, "As anyone might have predicted, the Ohio State Buckeyes dismantled the outmatched Florida A&M University Rattlers 76-0. Backup QB Kenny Guiton set a new school record with 6 touchdown passes."

Bill Smith
presents Browns/Bengals live game notes week 4 posted at FryingPan Sports, saying, "Don’t look now but the Browns are tied for the lead in the AFC North behind only the Ravens but in front of the Bengals all of which are 2-2."

Bill Smith
presents Derrick Nnadi Considers His Future posted at eFilmRoom, saying, "Undoubtedly, over the coming months, one name to watch out for is class of 2014 defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi."

Bill Smith
presents Where Will Derrick Nnadi Land posted at eScoutRoom, saying, "Ever since 2 time National champ winning coach Urban Meyer landed on the campus in Columbus, Ohio, his recruiting efforts have been quite fruitful."

Bill Smith
presents Ohio State Buckeyes V. Northwestern Wildcats posted at BrutusReport, saying, "The Ohio State Buckeyes vs. the Northwestern University Wildcats game is getting a lot of hype, and not for the usual reasons."

Bill Smith
presents Alex Bookser Is Considering His 2014 Options posted at eFilmRoom, saying, "Recently, Alex Bookser, offensive lineman from the class of 2014, made the brief journey from his native Pittsburgh to what might be his stomping ground in the future, Columbus."

Bill Smith
presents Alex Bookser Slotted For OSU posted at eScoutRoom, saying, "Offensive Tackle Alex Bookser, is a 295 lbs offensive line prospect being recruited by Ohio State for their 2014 class."

Bill Smith
presents 10 Critical Questions for the AFC - FryingPanSports posted at FryingPan Sports, saying, "Join Samantha Bunten of NBC Sports and me for the Browns and NFL week recap show every Monday at 6 PM Eastern time live on or the archives on"

Bill Smith
presents DT Thomas Holley Has Ohio State On His Short List posted at eFilmRoom, saying, "Abraham Lincoln High School defensive tackle Thomas Holley is the top-rated high school football player in New York, so it's no surprise that he is being courted by more than 25 BCS-level schools."

Bill Smith
presents Where Will Thomas Holley Go? posted at eScoutRoom, saying, "Thomas Holley is a defensive tackle from Brooklyn, New York and attends Abraham Lincoln High School. He is nothing but raw strength and power."

Bill Smith
presents Why did the Steelers fall so far so fast? posted at FryingPan Sports, saying, "Note: Join Samantha Bunten of NBC Sports, Tony Williams Giants beat writer for Metro New York paper and me for a week 6 NFL preview Friday Oct. 11 at 6 PM Eastern on or catch the archives on"

Justin Burnette
presents Louisville "Angry Birds" defense overlooked nationally posted at College Football Universe - Blog.

Justin Burnette
presents Illinois must improve to compete in Big Ten posted at College Football Universe - Blog.

Sharon Harvey Rosenberg
presents Concussions Hit Younger Athletes Harder | Health, Life & Community | Baptist Health South Florida posted at Health, Life & Community, saying, "by John Fernandez: Here are some sobering statistics for parents of young athletes playing organized, high-contact sports, particularly football at the high school level or earlier. Football is the No. 1 sport (followed by soccer) that causes the highest frequency of concussions, up to 10 percent of players each season. Of those, 70 percent have symptoms of a concussion, but did not know they had one."


Bill Smith presents 4 Diffrence Between Boxing And MMA posted at, saying, "Boxing has been the dominant combat sport in terms of revenues for several decades now, but its position is being challenged by the fairly new enterprise called Mixed Martial Arts."

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