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  • The Focus is CES's official car, a two-peat for Ford, whose Taurus bore the honor in 2010.

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  • And Sam Bradford of Oklahoma had his quest for a two-peat end early with a shoulder injury last season.

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  • And Oklahoma's Sam Bradford had his quest for a two-peat end early with a shoulder injury last season.

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  • Apparently, Palin is working on a two-peat in 2010.

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  • Reese had declared his Giants strong enough to become the first team in franchise history to win back-to-back championships and he badly wanted that two-peat.

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  • The Phillies must seem like perfection to him; speaking of which, Brad Lidge is unlikely to go 41 for 41 in saves again, but something close would be a nice step toward a two-peat.

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  • And if no Plax means no victory over Philly and no two-peat in Tampa, that would be the predictable cost of their Faustian deal.

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  • It also doesn't hurt their two-peat goal that they lacked other minor and major things to handle during the offseason.


  • The reason for all the buoyant outlooks is directly related to the recent nosedive: there was a talent void in the seasons since the Florida two-peat that took a while to be replenished.


  • I have no doubt we're in for a two-peat this year, and it'll happen because we won't back off from exposing the GOP for the den of lies and corruption it has become.

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