Patriots head coach Bill Belichick came out strongly Thursday morning saying he had nothing to do with the “deflate-gate” controversy. Do you believe him?
Junipero Serra may be destined for sainthood, but a famous alum of the local high school named in his honor may not be if it turns out he’s the one behind the deflated footballs in last Sunday’s AFC Championship game between the New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts.
The New England Patriots are accused of using deflated footballs in their dominating AFC Title Game win over the Colts last Sunday, but as CBS Sports points out, it wouldn’t be the first time balls were doctored for a big game.
The NFL says its investigation into whether the New England Patriots used under-inflated footballs in the AFC championship game is ongoing after a report Tuesday night claimed the league found 11 balls were not properly inflated.
The NFL is investigating whether the New England Patriots deflated footballs that were used in their AFC championship game victory over the Indianapolis Colts.
he ice-cold Jets gave the red-hot Patriots all they could handle Thursday night, but a blocked field goal as time expired sealed a 27-25 New England victory. The Pats moved to 5-2 while the Jets lost their sixth straight, their longest streak under Rex Ryan, to fall to 1-6.
During a local TV post game interview, a high school football player took the time to not only open up on why his team was able to stay positive and triumph, but to impart some wisdom on the people watching.
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About two dozen Tea Party activists showed up early carrying flags Monday morning to protest a recent federal court ruling in support of a school ban on wearing the American flag.
There is concern over a scheduled U.S. flag rally organized by a patriot group this Monday on Cinco De Mayo in front of Live Oak High School—the same school that caught national media attention in 2010 when some students were sent to home for wearing t-shirts depicting the flag.