1. Roger Federer vs. Andy Murray: FedEx's Experience Will Lead Him to Victory

    You need to appreciate Roger Federer while he’s still around. He is, in my humble opinion, the greatest tennis player of all time and continues to defy typical tennis logic...

    Eric Ball Written by Eric Ball about over 2 years ago 1,953 reads 4 comments

  2. Summer Olympics 2012: Best Athlete Tweets, Twitpics and Instagrams from Day 7

    The 2012 London Olympics are shaping up to be one of the best we’ve ever seen, and Day 7 did nothing to change that notion...

    Eric Ball Written by Eric Ball about over 2 years ago 1,837 reads 0 comments

  3. Olympic Swimming Results 2012: Day 7 Recap, Top Times & Medal Standings

    Michael Phelps may have saved his best individual effort for last on Day 7 of the 2012 London Olympics ...

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  4. Olympic Tennis 2012 Results: Day 7 Scores, Analysis & More

    Roger Federer continues to find new ways to shock the tennis world. The Swiss legend scratched and clawed his way to an epic 3-6, 7-6 (7-5), 19-17 win over Juan Martin del Potro...

    Eric Ball Written by Eric Ball about over 2 years ago 16,042 reads 3 comments

  5. Australian Rower Arrested, Briefly Hospitalized After Breaking Two Windows

    It’s one thing not to medal in the Olympics …it’s a whole different ballgame when you get arrested there...

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  6. Nathan Sorrell: Nike Olympics Commercial Provides Platform to Emphasize Fitness

    The Olympics have introduced America to plenty of new stars in the past week, but there has been one emerging celebrity who has yet to reach his 13th birthday. Meet Nathan Sorrell from London, OH...

    Eric Ball Written by Eric Ball about over 2 years ago 1,743 reads 1 comments

  7. Womens Gymnastics Results: Tiebreaker Rule Is Horrific Ending for Aly Raisman

    This was not the ending Aly Raisman envisioned. She registered a score worthy of a bronze medal in the individual all-around, but didn’t get it...

    Eric Ball Written by Eric Ball about over 2 years ago 3,163 reads 1 comments

  8. Olympic Medal Count 2012: Countries Who've Failed to Live Up to Expectations

    Not every country can win. The United States leaped over China in the race for most medals at the 2012 Olympics in London in what looks to be a two-country duel to the finish, ...

    Eric Ball Written by Eric Ball about over 2 years ago 5,003 reads 8 comments

  9. USA Breaks Olympic Basketball Scoring Record vs. Nigeria

    A three-point jumper by Andre Iguodala in a 68-point game may not have meant much for the United States men’s basketball team in their 156-73 win over Nigeria, but it was a shot that will forever be etched into the Olympic record books...

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  10. Women's Gymnastics Results 2012: Gabby Douglas Saves Best for Last in All-Around

    Gabby Douglas is the world’s best female gymnast. Let that soak in for a second…a 16-year-old from Virginia Beach with the nickname “The Flying Squirrel” is the best in the world...

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  11. Ohio State Football: Breaking Down the Toughest Games on 2012 Schedule

    In Year 2 of the post-Jim Tressel era, the Ohio State Buckeyes' schedule is rather soft. Urban Meyer essentially gets a year to figure out his roster and decide who deserves to play as the team endures a season without bowl eligibility...

    Eric Ball Written by Eric Ball about over 2 years ago 4,227 reads 10 comments

  12. Gymnastics Tie Breaker Rules: Aly Raisman Deserved 4th Thanks to Quirky Rule

    Another day, another Olympic controversy regarding the rules. While America is still gushing over Gabby Douglas and her outstanding gold medal performance in the women’s all-around ...

    Eric Ball Written by Eric Ball about over 2 years ago 7,948 reads 7 comments

  13. Olympic Tennis 2012 Results: Day 6 Scores, Highlights & More

    The final four on the men’s and women‘s side is set after a rather routine day in the quarterfinals. On the men’s side, the usual suspects all remain as the top three seeds are all still breathing...

    Eric Ball Written by Eric Ball about over 2 years ago 8,866 reads 3 comments

  14. Ryan Lochte Olympics 2012: Day 6 Is Ultimate Test for American Swimmer

    After years of buildup and endless amounts of training in the pool for Ryan Lochte , everything comes down to Thursday at the 2012 Olympics Games in London...

    Eric Ball Written by Eric Ball about over 2 years ago 707 reads 0 comments

  15. US Olympic Gymnastics Team 2012: Most Important Events Still on London Slate

    There is no question that gymnastics has provided some of the most exhilarating and intense action of the entire 2012 Summer Olympics thus far…and we aren ’t finished just yet...

    Eric Ball Written by Eric Ball about over 2 years ago 3,048 reads 0 comments

  16. Olympic Gymnastics 2012: Pressure on Gabby Douglas Sky-High in All-Around Final

    The 2012 Summer Olympics are full of pressure, but the amount placed on Gabby Douglas Thursday night is on a completely different level...

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  17. Olympic Badminton Scandal 2012: Athletes Shouldn't Have Been Banned for Strategy

    The Olympic heads overacted with the women’s Olympic badminton scandal, plain and simple. They saw four teams from China, South Korea and Indonesia almost comically hit ...

    Eric Ball Written by Eric Ball about over 2 years ago 15,552 reads 14 comments

  18. Former 4-Star QB Recruit Zeke Pike Won't Return to Auburn

    Auburn officially lost one of its quarterbacks on Wednesday. The Auburn Tigers began fall practice on Wednesday without freshman quarterback Zeke Pike, as Charles Goldberg of Al...

    Eric Ball Written by Eric Ball about over 2 years ago 22,280 reads 54 comments

  19. Olympics 2012 Schedule: Day 6 Event Guide, Athletes to Watch, TV Info & More

    As we reach Day 6 of the 2012 Summer Olympics , more and more gold medals are being handed out. On Thursday there is going to be a heavy spotlight in the pool and on the mats once again...

    Eric Ball Written by Eric Ball about over 2 years ago 1,064 reads 1 comments

  20. Nathan Adrian Wins First US Gold in 100 Freestyle Since 1988

    Another day and another incredibly thrilling moment in the pool at the Aquatic Centre in London on Wednesday during the 2012 Summer Olympics ...

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  21. Mexico vs. Switzerland Olympic Soccer: Score, Grades, Twitter Reaction and More

    The Mexico soccer team flexed their muscles in a one-sided 1-0 victory over Switzerland on Wednesday in the final match for both teams in Group B play at the 2012 Olympics ...

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  22. MLB Trade Winners and Losers: Why Cincinnati Reds' Patience Will Pay Off

    Showing the patience to avoid making a big splash at the trade deadline can sometimes be harder than actually pulling the trigger on a deal...

    Eric Ball Written by Eric Ball about over 2 years ago 3,244 reads 4 comments

  23. Olympics 2012: Empty Seats in London Don't Mean Attendance Has Suffered

    You may have seen a plethora of empty seats on television thus far during the 2012 Olympics , but that doesn’t mean the attendance numbers haven’t been spectacular. The Associated Press reports that 2...

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  24. Michael Phelps Schedule: Complete Rundown of Remaining Medal Events

    Michael Phelps still has a shot for a “B” grade for his 2012 Olympic performance. While over 90 percent of the athletes in London would die for a gold medal in the ...

    Eric Ball Written by Eric Ball about over 2 years ago 6,137 reads 3 comments

  25. Olympic Swimming Schedule 2012: When to Watch the Most Important Races

    There have already been multiple medals doled out in men’s swimming, but there are plenty of other events to still sink your teeth into...

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