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How FashionPreneuers Parker Dusseau & Hövding Combine Smart AND Style.

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/linkedlocalnetwork/2014/02/26/performance-fashionwear-parker-dusseau-on-tamara-leighs-trend-on I love when smart and style are synonymous — when fashion fuses with function. To borrow the phrase from the trending Ford commercials, “And is better”, this is especially true when it comes to choices of wardrobe AND an active lifestyle… as in “Do I wear heels AND walk rather than drive?” or “Do […]

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How were last week’s NFL Playoffs Like Politics in America?

In the lull weekend before #SuperbowlXLVIII match-up between the Denver Broncos (my 2nd favorite team) and the Seattle Seahawks (not a fan of the #badrefcall #Touchception against my #Packers, but am a fan of former #Badgers QB #RussellWilson ) and with 2013’s Superbowl airing no less than 5 politically underscored commercials, and with this year […]

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What to watch: This week’s Big 12 and SEC football matchups

Two great offensive minds clash Saturday in Morgantown, W.Va., but only one is feeling good about his product. Oklahoma State under Mike Gundy is humming along, coming off back-to-back 50-point games. West Virginia, in Dana Holgorsen’s third season aft…

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Kansas State’s Weber to use early practices to season young Wildcats basketball team

Kansas State will hold its first men’s basketball practice on Friday, three days before the start of October. In all his years of coaching, Bruce Weber has never practiced so early. This season, he is taking advantage of a NCAA rule change that allows …

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NFL was built for short-attention spans

Turnarounds can happen quick (as long as your team doesn’t employ Matt Millen). Every year, it seems, a team goes from last place to first. Last year, it was the Colts. The flip side is that teams don’t stay on top for long, which just adds to the dram…

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Chiefs linebacker Justin Houston named AFC player of week for second time

Chiefs linebacker Justin Houston, who posted a career-high 4.5 sacks with seven tackles, two fumble recoveries and one forced fumble in the Chiefs’ 26-16 victory at Philadelphia last Thursday night, was selected AFC Defensive Player of the Week for the…

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Chiefs’ film room: Analyzing Eric Fisher’s performance vs. the Eagles

We’re still only three games into the Eric Fisher era, and the rookie right tackle has had an up-and-down start to his NFL career. The Star’s Terez A. Paylor breaks down the good, the bad and the ugly from Fisher’s performance against Philadelphia, and…

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49ers should have shown more concern for Aldon Smith

Around 7 a.m. Friday morning, Aldon Smith allegedly slammed his SUV into a tree and kept his foot planted on the accelerator to the point where the tires were spinning and melting. So, naturally, the Raytown High graduate and former Mizzou Tiger who ha…

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49ers’ Aldon Smith still has support at Missouri

The Aldon Smith who made news Monday when he took a leave of absence to check into rehab after his arrest last week on DUI and marijuana possession charges isn’t the Aldon Smith his former coach and teammates know. “He had never had problems here,” Mis…

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Chiefs’ Eric Fisher determined to bounce back after miserable half at Philadelphia

By the time the first half of the Chiefs’ 26-16 win over Philadelphia was over Thursday, you could understand if Eric Fisher was a little discouraged. It was, perhaps, the worst half of Fisher’s three-game professional career. Pro Football Focus, which…

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Former Royal Willie Wilson’s autobiography covers all the bases

The first time Willie Wilson consumed cocaine, he was arrested, jailed and suspended from baseball. The second time, none of that happened, and his experience was still worse. Wilson, the long-time Royals outfielder, recalls both low moments, and the g…

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Chiefs receivers rack up yards after catch

One of the most important facets of the Chiefs’ high-percentage passing game is yards after the catch. Of the Chiefs’ 273 passing yards against the Eagles, 194 — or 71 percent — came after the catch, including 100 of Donnie Avery’s 141 yards.

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Royals Q&A: A week to go and still in postseason hunt, what comes next?

A late start Monday here in the Pacific Northwest is just too long to wait without some Royals’ talk, especially considering the emotional high created by Justin Maxwell’s walk-off grand slam in Sunday’s victory.

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