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Why the Quarter-Finals of Euro 2016 Are Too Close to Call

Unlike its Western counterpart (Copa America), Euro 2016 has seen a number of dramatic finishes and tight games. While only one match in the knockout stages wasbeen decided by penalty kicks, the group stage featured more late goals than I can remember seeing at any other major tournament. And whether that has to do more with some of […]

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50:50? Why Super Bowl 50 Is Anything But a Toss-Up

This year’s NFL season has been anything but predictable. However, when it comes to Super Bowl 50 there will likely be only one result that would be truly surprising and that is a win for the Denver Broncos. That’s not to take anything away from Gary Kubiak’s team, but there are a lot of things that would […]

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How to Identify Risks in Your Fantasy Football Draft

Fantasy football season is here and that means it’s the time of the year for mock drafts, stat analyzing and predicting this year’s ticket to the finals of your league. However, that last part is the trickiest as you have to navigate things like injuries, draft busts and bad match-ups. Is there a way to […]

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3 Reasons Why You Should Have Watched the FIFA Women’s World Cup

With the pervasiveness of sports on TV it’s impossible for the average viewer not to stumble across some form of competitive action this summer. If you were to ask most people, they’d probably tell you that they caught a game or two of the Stanley Cup Finals, NBA Finals, the odd MLB game or maybe […]

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Counting Down to the Final of the 2014 World Cup

The month-long spectacle which has been the 2014 World Cup is coming to an end with the Finals set to be played later this weekend. This summer’s tournament has truly been a masterpiece of play, tactics, and excitement from beginning to end.

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Beautifully Unpredictable: Reviewing the 2014 World Cup Group Stage

Wow! What a start for the World Cup. This has probably been the most exciting tournament in recent memory, as goals, offense and drama have laid siege to Brazil throughout the Group Stage. We’ve seen last-gasp game winners and equalizers, underdogs usurping champions and plenty (plenty) of highlights to keep fans and neutrals alike, glued to their seats. […]

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Conquering Brazil: A Who’s Who at the 2014 World Cup

In less than two weeks, the whole world will turn their eyes to the “Samba Nation” as the biggest soccer (or proper football) event returns from another 4 year hiatus. The 2014 World Cup is back, and for many of us, it’s about time. While soccer is still in the ever-continuing process of growing here […]

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Start Your Engines: The Indy 500 Revs Up Fun This Weekend

This weekend, Indianapolis revs up the fun as the famed Indy 500 takes place! As always, it will be full of excitement and adrenaline for an exceptionally fast and furious race.

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Karen Watches the 2013 World Series: From Worst to First, Boston Red Sox Clinch Third Championship in Ten Years

Stellar pitching. Solid defense. Clutch hitting. Chemistry. The will to win. These are things that baseball championship teams are made of. This is what made up the 2013 Boston Red Sox, and what turned them into the 2013 World Champion Boston Red Sox.

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Karen Watches the 2013 World Series: Another Wild Ending in Game 4 as Boston Ties the Series

For the second night in a row, it was not your typical ballgame.

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Karen Watches the 2013 World Series: Cardinals Tie Series With Come-From-Behind Rally and Game 2 Win

I guess the Red Sox sometimes make similar mistakes to the Cardinals. St. Louis tied the World Series by taking advantage of Red Sox errors.

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Karen Watches the 2013 World Series: Red Sox Turn Cardinals Into Feathers in Game 1 Rout

The Red Sox can hit, Jon Lester knows how to throw baseballs, Carlos Beltran creates miracles but must sacrifice himself, LOL Cardinals again and again and again

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Karen Watches the 2013 World Series: How to Tell Two Red Teams Apart—A Guide for the Casual Baseball Fan

The St. Louis Cardinals have 11, the Boston Red Sox have 7, but how else are they different? See how the 2013 World Series competitors stack up against each other. We’ll be bringing game recaps all throughout the week!

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Mayweather vs. Canelo: ‘Money’ simply unstoppable

Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez seemed to possess the tools necessary to dethrone pound-for-pound kingpin Floyd “Money” Mayweather Jr. when they faced off in Las Vegas on Sept. 14 in boxing’s most anticipated event of the year.

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Mayweather vs. Canelo: There can only be ‘One’

How’s it going, fight freaks? Well, tomorrow night is the boxing event of the year. After all the hype, trash talk, and rigorous preparation made by both fighters, this is “The One” – the highly-anticipated superfight between pound-for-pound kingpin Floyd “Money” Mayweather Jr. and Mexican powerhouse Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.

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