It’s just a game, so why are you trying to hurt each other?

This is what I don’t understand. Why do people take sports so seriously? How come it leads to something like this?

I don’t know if the people involved were thugs or anything, but there has to be a reason why someone felt it was necessary to pull a knife and hurt somebody. I know emotions are running high, but is it ever necessary to go to a football game with a knife with the potential intent on using it?

Sports is something we’re all supposed to enjoy and it should be a safe place for people. But with arguments and all that loud banter, sometimes people don’t know their limits. Sadly, stupid things like this happen. Can we put an end to this madness?

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One story that can’t be ignored in the Super Bowl hype: The Alex Smith factor

Colin Kaepernick’s success came in part by Alex Smith’s willingness to mentor him.

Yes, IĀ criticized Alex Smith for costing himself the starting job due to the concussion. But it was what happened afterward that made me appreciate his attitude towards the whole thing.

Instead of being bitter about not being the star quarterback of the team heading to the Super Bowl, Smith told Mike Silver of Yahoo! Sports that he’s happy for all that’s happened.

“I’m so happy, man,” Alex Smith said afterward as he dressed alone at his locker. “This is so surreal. It’s such a crazy time, such a crazy moment. Obviously, it’s been a unique year, and it would be great to be in there. But I couldn’t be happier. This is a great group of guys, and they’re all Super Bowl bound. I’m just so happy for all of them.”

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49ers Radio Call Of The Game-Saving Fourth Down Stop

Great call by Ted Robinson.

Joe Montana's Right Arm

The San Francisco 49ers are going to Super Bowl XLVII after overcoming a 17-point first half deficit and defeating the Atlanta Falcons 28-24 in the NFC Championship.

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