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Monday, January 22, 2007

Colts and Patriots

First of all, my Colts are going to the Super Bowl!!!!! I'm still chanting in a sing-songy voice "We're going to the Super Bowl! We're going to the Super Bowl!" Last night during the AFC Championship trophy presentation, both Colts owner Jim Irsay and head coach Tony Dungy were giving all the glory to God for the win and the fans roared their approval to what they said.

Here's some post-game interviews on one of the Indianapolis stations last night. The best ones are Tony Dungy, Ben Utecht, Lauren Dungy (Tony's wife), and Dallas Clark. Some other good ones are Jeff Saturday/Tarik Glenn, Dominic Rhodes, Gary Brackett, and owner Jim Irsay. There's also five more interviews too. Go to the following link and click on the interviews that you want to see on the left side of the screen. Then click on "Play all checked". That will take you to the video screen. On the left side of that screen, push the down arrow button to see more of the interviews and click on "Playlist" to add more interviews to watch. The link is:

I just have a couple of articles, about the Patriots and Colts. The first is about the Patriots' reaction to the Chargers LaDanian Tomlinson's reaction to the Patriots' actions (if that makes sense) after the Patriots/Chargers game a week ago. No matter what you thought about the incident, here's still a good quote from the Patriots Rosevelt Colvin:

"Somebody may call you something you may or may not be. The only person who knows the truth is you and God."

Here's the article:

The other article is about the Colts Anthony (Booger) McFarland, who was traded during the season to the Colts from Tampa. Here's a quote:

"I was very, very, very blessed to become an Indianapolis Colt and just take advantage of the opportunity,'' McFarland said this afternoon. "A lot of times things happen in life you have no control over. You just adjust to change.

"It's your ability to adjust to change which proves through time who you are in life. That goes over onto the football field.''

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