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Dayton is casualty of war-football clich├ęs

Published 07/20/2012, Duluth News Tribune

RICK LUBBERS: Football is replete with war vernacular. National Football League games have so many bombs, shotgun formations, blitzes, field generals, warriors, battles in the trenches, aerial assaults, ground attacks, defensive lines and offensive weapons that sometimes it seems as if Wolf Blitzer is calling the game and not Al Michaels.

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