1. Preview of Group G for World Cup Qualification

    World Cup Qualification for Europe begins on Friday as teams begin looking forward for Brazil 2014. Europe is broken down to nine groups with each ranging from five to six...

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  2. Knicks Are Nowhere Closer to Championship with Latest Moves

    It's been years since the Knicks have been title contenders. Patrick Ewing, Charles Oakley, Derek Harper and John Starks got the Knicks close in 1994, but they fell just short, losing to the Houston Rockets in the finals...

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  3. New York Yankees Should Trade for Carlos Ruiz, Not a Starting Pitcher

    Injuries have destroyed the Yankees pitching staff. So far this season the Yankees have lost Michael Pineda and Mariano Rivera for the year, David Robertson for a month, Andy Pettitte for at least two months and CC Sabathia for two weeks...

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  4. Euro 2012: How Greece Can Upset Germany

    Shocking the world is what was said when Greece won the Euro 2004 tournament. The 150-1 underdogs beat tournament favorites France, Czech Republic and Portugal to win it all back in 2004...

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  5. Euro 2012: 5 Things Greece Need to Do to Beat Russia

    After Tuesday's 2-1 loss to the Czech Republic, Greece still control their own destiny. With a win over Russia on Saturday, they will be on to the knockout stage of the Euro 2012 ...

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  6. Greece Lose Another to Injury Before Czech Republic Game

    With the suspension of Sokratis Papastathopoulos and the injury to Avraam Papadopoulos, Greece's roster has taken a heavy blow. Now Goal...

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  7. Euro 2012: What We Learned from Greece's Opening Game

    What an opener. In a group where anyone can advance to the knockout stage Greece and Poland showed that anything can happen. This game was a tale of two halves, the first dominated by the Poles, the second dominated by the Greeks...

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  8. 5 Burning Questions for Greece

    Having arrived in Warsaw to begin final preparations for Poland to open the 2102 European Championships, Greece has several questions that still need to be answered...

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  9. Greece by the Numbers

    The team that defied the odds and won the 2004 European Championship is back for another crack at glory. After a horrible 2008 showing in which they were sent home without a victory, Greece will try to repeat history and do the unthinkable...

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  10. Predicting Greece Roster for Euro 2012: March Edition

    With the Superleague in Greece coming to end shortly, Greece will be looking forward to the coming European Championship in Poland and Ukraine in June...

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  11. World Football: What Greece Needs to Address Before Euro 2012

    After winning the 2004 European Championship, Greece has gotten the best from their opposition. No longer a pushover, Greece has qualified for the last three European Championships and the 2010 World Cup...

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  12. Yankees Should Add Fielder After Acquiring Kuroda and Pineda

    With the additions of Michael Pineda and Hiroki Kuroda, the Yankees have themselves a deep rotation. Getting Michael Pineda was pretty costly though, losing C/DH Jesus Montero in the process...

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  13. Greece in Euro 2012: 5 Things To Know

    The wait is over. We now know what lies ahead for everyone in Euro 2012 in Poland and Ukraine. After Friday afternoon's draw in which all 16 teams were divided equally, we now can concentrate on the games on the pitch...

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  14. Giants vs. Saints: What We Learned from New Orleans' Win over New York on MNF

    For the second week in a row, the Giants showed up with half a team, and they got smashed by the New Orleans Saints 49-24. The defensive secondary was picked apart by Drew Brees. Brees threw for four touchdowns and ran for one in this one-sided affair..

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  15. Panathinaikos vs. Olympicaos, Part 1 2011

    Are you red or are you green? It's that simple in Greek Soccer. While there are other teams in the league, none have as many fans of either these two clubs. It's time for first of two games between Panathinaikos and Olympiacos ...

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  16. Giants vs. 49ers: The Simple Way New York Beats San Francisco

    Sunday's matchup of the New York Giants vs. the San Francisco 49ers sparks great memories and great football games from the past. While the players from those games are gone, the location remains the same...

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  17. Simple Mistakes Cost the Giants Victory Against Seattle

    The New York Giants were right there. They had the ball at the five-yard line with under two minutes to go, and mistakes cost them...

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  18. 5 Reasons Why Greece Will Defeat Croatia on Friday

    It's the scenario teams dream of. A win, you're in; a loss, you go home. That will be the case for Greece and Croatia when they face each other on Friday night...

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  19. Contrary to Belief, the Giants Beat the Cards Without Any Help from the Refs

    Down by a score is nothing new to the Giants in Arizona. The last time the Giants were in Glendale, they were down by 4 to the undefeated Patriots in the Superbowl and marched down the field for the winning TD...

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  20. Ups and Downs from Giants vs Rams

    Monday Night Football is always a special game. National television, big lights and an important must-win for the New York Giants against the St. Louis Rams . Even in Week 2 of the National Football League, the Giants had to have this game...

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  21. Giants vs. Redskins: Coaching Staff Falters Again, Costing the Giants the Opener

    We all knew about the New York Giants ' injuries to the defense. Missing players like Justin Tuck, Terrell Thomas, Osi Umeinyora and Jonathan Goff, we all knew it was going to be tough...

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  22. What the Yankees Should Do in the Next Two Months of the Season

    With two months left to go in the baseball season, the Yankees and Red Sox are tied for first place. No one would have expected this after Boston's horrendous start to the season and with all the Yankee injuries...

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  23. New York Islanders: Nassau County Says No to Arena, so What's Next Step?

    Now that the residents of Nassau County have voted down the proposed arena and ballpark, it leaves the Islanders in no-man's land...

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  24. NY Giants Free Agency 2011: Where the Giants Unrestricted Free Agents Will Sign

    With the CBA to be finalized sooner than later, GM Jerry Reese will have a lot to do before the season starts. With many key free agents and about $125 million cap to work with, I don't want to be in his shoes...

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  25. New York Yankees' Lineup in Need of a New Lead

    A mere two weeks into the season and the Yankees have been bombing away to score runs. That is good for the regular season, but if the Yankees make the playoffs, they will need better performance from their leadoff hitters...

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