Monthly Archives: September 2013

The Wizard of Oz

If you have any interest in scouting or the personnel world, you like Ozzie Newsome. Actually, you should love Ozzie. He is everything that’s right about being a GM. Greg Bedard wrote a brilliant piece on Ozzie, starting with his … Continue reading

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Greg Bedard’s Week 2 Notes

Greg Bedard is one of the better football writers out there. He’s now part of Peter King’s MMQB site and one of his best features is a weekly notes column. This week’s column is must-read material. There is great stuff … Continue reading

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CFB Week 2 – Notes

The Michigan-Notre Dame game from last Saturday was a lot of fun to watch. Classic rivalry. Good player for both teams and a great atmosphere. You have to start with Michigan QB Devin Gardner. He made the bonehead play of … Continue reading

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NFL Week 1 – Notes

Week One provided a lot of good games. I don’t think anything was better than GB/SF. That appears to be a great rivalry. Both teams are very talented and fun to watch. The Niners won on Sunday, 34-28. Colin Kaepernick … Continue reading

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Week 1 Notes

Sorry for the quiet summer here at ScoutsNotebook. That’s behind us now and a new college season has begun. Hooray!!! * The big game was Georgia at Clemson and that featured some big talent. Tigers QB Tajh Boyd had an … Continue reading

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