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Why Killing Off Speed Channel Is A Bad Move For Fox

UPDATE:  Sign the petition to bring back Speed Channel at: http://www.bringbackspeed.com/ Welcome to the south, where car enthusiasts thrive!  Car racing and NASCAR is extremely popular and you find that most males […]

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Good News Fridays: 2013 ESPYS Featuring Robin Roberts / The Hoyt’s Race

This week, the ESPYS were held.  And each year, two special awards are handed out to special people.  The Arthur Ashe Courage Award is given to a person or team who has made […]

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Good News Fridays: SportsCenter’s Going Home Video

The ESPN program SportsCenter put together a wonderful video for the 4th of July holiday.  The video is a montage of many clips showing military men and women surprising their family members […]

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Good News Fridays: CNN Crossfire Coming Back?

One thing hot on TV today has been debate shows.  Everyone loves talking about their views on everyday things from sports to politics.  CNN used to have a very popular show called […]

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Good News Fridays: Owen Groesser 3-Pointers

This is a new segment starting on Geek Alabama on Fridays!  Sometimes we have had a rough and bad week.  And we can use some good news.  Good News Fridays is about […]

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Paul Finebaum Is Off the Air For Now

Paul Finebaum’s time on the radio is over for now.  This is the first time in more than 20 years that Finebaum is not on the radio!  On Monday Finebaum’s contract with […]

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Animation Monday: Monsters University

When you watch any college sports on ESPN, you will see a promotional commercial from both schools playing in the game you are watching.  So when I saw this commercial during the BCS championship game, […]

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The Speechless Christmas Gift

  You have to love things like this!  On Christmas Day Daniel Buckhannan from Oxford was at his father’s house in Boaz.  Don Buckhannan dreamed of going to see the Alabama Crimson Tide […]

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