Spain Wind World Cup 2010, Paul the Octopus Gets It Right

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Spain Wind World Cup 2010, Paul the Octopus Gets It Right

No Comments 11 July 2010

Tweet Before every match fans predict which team is going to be the winner. Some times their prediction matches with the real result. But there is a sea creature which is predicting correctly about every match. The prognosticating octopus, which perfectly predicted the result of every game which is played by Germany in this World […]

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Two Year Ban to Field and Scholarship Cuts for USC

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Two Year Ban to Field and Scholarship Cuts for USC

No Comments 11 June 2010

Tweet After a four year probe on the Southern California football and men’s basketball programs, the NCAA reveal their surprising findings last Thursday. The Trojan football program have received two-year bowl ban and reducing of their scholarships in the next three years. This would definitely cripple the team that was dominating the last decade. They […]

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Lakers Won Because of Defense and Derek Fisher

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Lakers Won Because of Defense and Derek Fisher

No Comments 10 June 2010

Tweet Guest analyst Mike Dunleavy is the former coach of four NBA teams namely Clippers, Lakers, Milwaukee Bucks and Portland Trail Blazers. He said that Lakes bag game 2 because of Defense and Derek Fisher. The last quarter of the game was when Fisher was so impressive. Fisher made three big ones at the final […]

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Spain Soccer Team is World Cup 2010 Early Favorite

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Spain Soccer Team is World Cup 2010 Early Favorite

No Comments 09 June 2010

Tweet Spain has always been near the top when it comes to soccer. This year, though, a lot are revering them as a match or even better than the Brazilians. Spain is famous for underachieving in the World Cup despite their elite lineups. They have only been in the top four once and that was […]

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FIFA World Cup 2010 Game Schedules

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FIFA World Cup 2010 Game Schedules

No Comments 09 June 2010

Tweet As the much anticipated sporting event of the year,  World Cup 2010 in South Africa is already in full swing.  All over the world, people are excited to see their bets battle it out in the field to be on top of the competition. If you don’t have the bucks to watch the soccer […]

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Wayne Rooney Hot Head Warned in World Cup Games

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Wayne Rooney Hot Head Warned in World Cup Games

No Comments 08 June 2010

Tweet Wayne Rooney may be at risk of being ejected in a World Cup game if he continues to behave hot headedly toward the referees. The incident being reminisced is the England team’s 3-0 victory over Platinum Stars at the Moruleng Stadium last Monday. Rooney had only been introduced in the 2nd half and his […]

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Americans Bought the Most World Cup Tickets

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Americans Bought the Most World Cup Tickets

No Comments 08 June 2010

Tweet The Or Tambo International Airport has been under siege from thousands of Americans taking their vacation in South Africa. These Americans came from different cities such as New York, Atlanta and Washington. Others who were not so fortunate to get direct flights arrived groggy as their connecting flights took up to 2 days to […]

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Pau Gasol – Playing Beyond the Stereotypes

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Pau Gasol – Playing Beyond the Stereotypes

No Comments 08 June 2010

Tweet In the first two games in the NBA finals, Pau Gasol has put in the board 48 points, 22 rebounds and 9 blocks. According to Chip Schaefer the Lakers’ athletic performance director, the Spaniards player is hustling out there during the practices. Gasol’s play can be described as blando or soft which he was […]

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Tiger Woods Wallows in 19th Place in Memorial Tourney

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Tiger Woods Wallows in 19th Place in Memorial Tourney

No Comments 07 June 2010

Tweet Unusual to many, Tiger Woods is content with a 19th place finish in the recent Memorial Golf Tournament. Even more surprising is that it is in Jack Nicklaus’ tournament, one which he has won 4 times. This was his worst ever finish in the Memorial Tournament, finishing 12 strokes over Justin Rose who won […]

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World Cup 2010 Kick-Off Marred by ‘Stampede’ Reports

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World Cup 2010 Kick-Off Marred by ‘Stampede’ Reports

No Comments 07 June 2010

Tweet On Monday, a stampede injured 16 people prior to a World Cup friendly game between Nigeria and North Korea. However, FIFA has cleared out that this incident is in no way related to their organization of the 2010 World Cup. They are still confident that the fixtures will remain peaceful the entire month in […]

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