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Episode 11: Livingtson County Football Kickoff
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November 02, 2007 07:44 AM PDT
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The season might be over for Livingston County's high school football teams, but there's still plenty of gridiron action left to talk about. On this week's edition of the "Livingston County Football Kickoff" podcast, Buddy Moorehouse and Tim Robinson discuss the Michigan-Michigan State game (they're both picking Michigan to win), and Moorehouse makes a surprise pick to be in the national championship game. (Oregon? Really?)

They also look at the playoff prospects of the 5-2 Detroit Lions.

Episode 9: Livingston County Football Kickoff
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October 17, 2007 06:50 PM PDT
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Is Michigan State really one of the three best teams in the Big Ten this season? The question is hotly debated on this week’s edition of the “Livingston County Football Kickoff” podcast.

Buddy Moorehouse and Tim Robinson of the Daily Press & Argus discuss and debate a number of other issues, including this week’s final regular-season games for playoff-bound Howell and Fowlerville. They also look at whether the Lions, fresh off their bye week, can bop the Buccaneers on Sunday at Ford Field.

You’ll find it all on the “Livingston County Football Kickoff” episode 9.

Episode 10: Livingston County Football Kickoff
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October 24, 2007 07:58 PM PDT
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Can Howell and Fowlerville make any noise in the football playoffs? The question is explored in depth on this week’s edition of the “Livingston County Football Kickoff”

Buddy Moorehouse and Tim Robinson of the Daily Press & Argus discuss and debate a number of other gridiron issues, including a look back at the somewhat disappointing seasons for Brighton, Hartland and Pinckney. They also give their thoughts on the Big Ten race (Moorehouse says Michigan will run the table), and predict which two teams will eventually be fighting it out for the BCS championship (they agree that LSU will be one of the finalists, but don’t agree on the other team).

You’ll find it all on the “Livingston County Football Kickoff”