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March 05, 2012
I think we can all learn something from Mike Powell when it comes to pursuing goals and giving your all. While I respect the talented athletes who compete in events like the Super Bowl and win championships, I really wish I had some of Powell's inner strength, determination and drive.
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March 05, 2012

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Phil Taylor's review of the Patriots' dynasty over the past 10 years (POINT AFTER, Feb. 13) isn't quite complete without mentioning the ridiculous interpretation of the tuck rule from the 2002 AFC divisional playoff game that kept the Pats, who were down by three points with 1:50 left in regulation, alive against the Raiders. How might everyone's fortunes have changed had Brady's obvious fumble actually been ruled a fumble? If not for that call, would there even be a New England dynasty to speak of?

Dave Barncord, Granger, Ind.

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