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You Might Be a Football Mom...

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How do you know if you're a "football mom"? Chance are you already know, but if not, here are some hints:

Your fall wardrobe has nothing to do with “your” colors, and everything to do with your team colors.

You’ve actually acquired a taste for Gatorade because that’s the only thing that’s in your fridge.

You start thinking up crafty ideas for all those orange containers.

Your shopping list starts with Gatorade, Oxyclean, stain stick and back-up Gatorade.

Your menu planner for your family’s meals on Friday nights automatically reads: hot dogs, pizza, popcorn, choice of pop and Swedish fish.

You instinctively charge your husband 50 cents for his cup of coffee on Saturday morning.

You have THE cushion.

When the play is over, everyone else looks for the ball and you look for your son.

You try not to blurt out the pet name you gave your son when he was three when cheering in public.

You cheer for everyone’s sons.

You never leave home without a rain poncho.

You’re grateful to all the positive coaches and other adult volunteers for their efforts and for the valuable life lessons learned each season.

You want your son to know that no matter what the score was, he was always a winner with you.

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Evgeny Kuznetsov corralled a pass from Alex Ovechkin at center ice, then breezed past Jamie Oleksiak and Kris Letang, finishing through the five hole of Matt Murray in overtime, to give the Washington Capitals a 2-1 win in Game 6, and the series clincher Monday night at PPG Paints Arena.
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With the 28th overall pick, the Pittsburgh Steelers drafted Edmunds, a 6'1, 217 pound safety out of Virginia Tech. With 61 tackles and two interceptions in his 2017 campaign in Blacksburg, Edmunds posted a 4.47 40-yard dash, a 41.5' vertical leap and 134' broad jump in the NFL Combine.
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Patric Hornqvist, Sidney Crosby and Jake Guentzel scored in a 4:49 span to help the Pittsburgh Penguins rally to beat the Washington Capitals 3-2 on Thursday night in Game 1 of the second-round series.
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Matt Niskanen tied the game and Alex Ovechkin scored the game-winner with just 1:07 left in regulation, lifting Washington over the Penguins 4-3 in Game 3 at PPG Paints Arena Tuesday night.
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