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  1. If Cam Newton were white, he'd have to apologize to Ndamukong Suh

    Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton not only owes Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh an apology, but he needs realize that his attempt at a joke Wednesday crossed the line.

  2. Lions' high hopes justified; now they just need to finish the job

    This was not the Lions' best effort, and it was not meant to be. But it was satisfying to hungry Lions fans. Players vow the best is yet to come.

  3. Brady Hoke should be fired unless he beats MSU, OSU

    Michigan coach Brady Hoke is a great father figure for his players and a wonderful face for the Wolverines football program. But he is not a good coach.

  4. 'Black Saturday' likely has eliminated Michigan State, entire Big Ten from title talk

    This was a costly day for the Michigan State and the rest of the Big Ten, which also saw Michigan and Ohio State lose Saturday. Even if Michigan State runs the table, wins a Big Ten title and finishes 11-1, it is unlikely MSU will get in to the national championship playoff with one loss. The Big Ten is No. 5 among the big five conferences.

  5. Notre Dame-Ohio State series shows Irish don't see Michigan as a big-time program

    Harlan Huckleby broke out into uncontrolled laughter when he heard Notre Dame signed to play a home-and-home series with Ohio State just two days before its final game with Michigan.

  6. Lions show progress with cuts, but Jim Caldwell remains key to success

    Caldwell and his staff are the wild cards. I have to believe he was holding more things back than previous coach Jim Schwartz did in the exhibition season. We won't know what Caldwell is all about until kickoff during that Monday Night Football spectacular against the New York Giants.

  7. Kellen Moore has shown he should be Lions' backup quarterback

    The Lions brought Orlovsky back to be Matthew Stafford's backup this season. Yet, after camp and four exhibitions, Kellen Moore is the one who should enter this season as the backup, not Orlovsky.

  8. Devin Gardner won't last as Michigan's starting QB if turnovers don't stop

    There could be another Michigan stunner, but it won't happen Saturday. Do not be surprised if starting quarterback Devin Gardner finishes the season on the bench even if he remains healthy if turnovers remain a problem.

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    Shasta Averyhardt's charity is above par

    No one had to beg Averyhardt to attend the Turning Point Invitational on Monday at the Country Club of Detroit. And she didn't come to the event kicking and screaming.

  9. It is now or never as a Lion for Nick Fairley

    Ndamukong Suh gave us a pretty good scouting report on fellow defensive tackle Nick Fairley. He is not blowing smoke when he says Fairley has more moves than the Pro Bowl superstar.

  10. Tony Harrison, Anthony Barnes eager to show boxing not dead in Detroit

    The world must wait to see the wonderful skills of Detroit boxer Tony Harrison. He was scheduled to make his national television debut on ESPN's 'Friday Night Boxing,' this week, but an injury required him to have his jaw wired shut

  11. Tigers fans have had their fill of Sloppy Joe

    What closer Joe Nathan does not understand is the fans want a World Series championship, and they've been chasing it longer in this town than he has.

  12. Pudge Rodriguez was cornerstone of current Tigers' success

    Rodriguez started the surge when he signed a five-year, $40 million contract in 2004, right after winning a World Series with the Marlins.

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