V.22 No.1 | 1/3/2013
The Daily Word in the fiscal cliff, the dairy cliff, Katie’s Law
By E.J. Maliskas [ Mon Dec 31 2012 9:58 AM ]
Obama is expected to sign Katie’s Law which requires DNA testing for all persons arrested for a felony. The law was first proposed by the mother of an NMSU student who was raped and killed.
Hillary Clinton hospitalized Sunday after doctors discovered a blood clot.
Kim and Kanye are knocked up.
The Philadelphia Eagles fired head coach Andy Reid.
The Buffalo Bills fired head coach Chan Gailey.
Police say an Albuquerque woman bit off her boyfriend’s finger during an argument.
Intel is trying to break into the TV biz.
If you’re gonna burglarize a nail salon, try not to leave your cell phone.
A Jacksonville woman with a purse full of crab meat was arrested Christmas Eve at a Wal-Mart.
Hardcore hidden animals.
A monkey rode a dog wearing a Colt’s jersey.
V.19 No.48 |
Hangover Sports Roundup: Lobos beat Aggies in OT, Colts lose
By Justin Goodrum [ Mon Dec 6 2010 12:24 PM ]
Whenever the Lobos and Aggies collide, you can forget about records or standings. Overtime was needed to decide who would win the first of two meetings of the season. The Lobos had a 17-point lead in the first half but the Aggies eventually tied the game. Kendall Williams had a chance for a game winning shot but it rimmed out sending the game into overtime. The Aggies had all the momentum when the extra period started but the Lobos stepped up and came away with the 84-78 victory. Besides the second straight road win for New Mexico, the experience of playing a close game against a rival will prove to be very valuable when Mountain West Conference play starts. In the meantime the Lobos get a well deserve break until December 11th when they face the Aggies in a rematch at home.
Now that the college football season has ended, it's time for fans to get disappointed and watch pointless bowl games until the BCS national title game in January. As expected Auburn and Oregon disposed of their opponents, setting up what should be a every entertaining title matchup. It'll be interesting if either team's defense can create a gameplan to avoid an offensive spectacle. TCU plays Wisconsin in a consolation game disguised as the Rose Bowl. At least TCU gets to prove why they deserve to be considered for the national title.
After the Cowboys nailed the game winning kick in overtime against the Colts, many are wondering if Peyton Manning run of consecutive playoff appearances has come to an end. Manning threw four picks in the 38-35 lost causing many critics to question if Manning has lost his mojo. But keep in mind the Colts have a .500 record and play well at home despite many injuries to key positions. Now the Colts may miss the playoffs, but it doesn't mean Manning has entered into the last days as a premier quarterback in the league. Instead of labeling Peyton Manning as 'washed up' lets wait until he has all of his weapons back before giving the final judgment.
V.19 No.5 |
Saints Beat the Colts 31 to 17 in Superbowl XLIV
By Sports Guy [ Sun Feb 7 2010 8:00 PM ]
In case you didn't watch the game, the Colts pulled ahead early with a 10 point lead, but the Saints dominated in the Second Quarter and never stopped, leading with an on-side kick in the Second Half. The Colts made a push with less than two minutes left on the clock, but it was all over when they turned over possession without scoring.
¡Celebrando¡ Composers of New Mexico at First Presbyterian Church of Taos
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