1. A Long Time Coming: Spain Gears Up for Its First Ever World Cup Final

    For the first time ever, Spain will step onto the field to play in the World Cup final this Sunday. The Netherlands will be seeking their first ever championship. Regardless of the outcome, one of these teams is about to join a highly exclusive group...

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  2. MLB All-Star Game: Is the One-Player-Per-Team Rule Outdated?

    It’s finally July. This marks the midpoint of the baseball season and with that the All-Star Game. There’s been endless talk of who got snubbed and as always, the debate of how voting should work is in the air...

    Lauren Herrold Written by Lauren Herrold about 4 years ago 746 reads 3 comments

  3. 2010 FIFA World Cup Predictions: Will Spain Go All the Way?

    And then there were four. With only the semifinal and final rounds left to play in the 2010 FIFA World Cup tournament in South Africa, there are four teams left that can almost smell victory...

    Lauren Herrold Written by Lauren Herrold about 4 years ago 1,483 reads 9 comments

  4. Wimbledon 2010: Federer Falls to Tomas Berdych in Four

    It had to happen eventually. What goes up must come down and that time has finally come for Roger Federer. Federer climbed his way to the top of the professional tennis ladder, remaining there for years...

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  5. Philadelphia Phillies Add Utley and Polanco to the DL

    After finally getting Jimmy Rollins back in the action and off the DL this past week, the Phillies took a hit, placing second baseman Chase Utley and third baseman Placido Polanco on the 15-day disabled list...

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  6. NBA Draft Rumors: What If the Philadelphia 76ers Don't Take Evan Turner

    The day has finally come. After endless hype, we’ll finally know if Evan Turner will be wearing a 76ers jersey next season...

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  7. Drowning Out The Big Ten: Ohio State Wants Vuvuzelas For Penn State Game

    White Out. Maize Out. Name a team and odds are, they’re flocking to their stadium in their colors. Taking inspiration from the World Cup, Ohio State wants to take it a step further and not only intimidate their opponent visually but audibly as well.

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  8. Wimbledon 2010: Roger Federer Barely Escapes First Round

    After making an early exit in the quarterfinals of the French Open, Federer claimed he’d rather focus on getting ready for a seventh Wimbledon title anyway...

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  9. What's Wrong With Chase Utley?

    Where did the best second baseman in baseball go? Chase Utley’s batting average continues to go down the tube. Starting at well over .300, it’s been a slow dissent to the ...

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  10. Why It Was A Good Move For Nebraska To Join The Big Ten

    Nebraska is the second team to leave the Big 12. After receiving unanimous approval from the Big Ten Council, the University of Nebraska is ready to join the Big Ten Conference...

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  11. 2010 FIFA World Cup: South African Vuvuzela Horns on Debate

    If you’ve watched any of the World Cup games so far, you’ve noticed the constant buzz in the background. It’s the vuvuzela trumpet. The vuvuzela is a South African plastic horn that South Africans see as a symbol of national pride...

    Lauren Herrold Written by Lauren Herrold about 4 years ago 1,307 reads 0 comments

  12. USC Football Sanctions A Fitting End To Pete Carroll Era

    It’s funny how things play out. One day Pete Carroll is happily coaching football at USC, leading them to nine successful seasons and two national championships. The next day he’s snagging a head coaching position with the Seattle Seahawks...

    Lauren Herrold Written by Lauren Herrold about 4 years ago 365 reads 0 comments

  13. Pac-10 Expansion: Is Colorado Ready for the Big Time

    The University of Colorado is the first to leave the Big 12 in the dust and make the switch to the Pac-10. They’re now the 11th member of the Conference, the first new member since 1978...

    Lauren Herrold Written by Lauren Herrold about 4 years ago 356 reads 1 comments

  14. USC Football Sanctions: Ten Ways Trojans Can Overcome Penalties

    After four years of investigations, it’s finally come to an end. The NCAA dealt out the penalties surrounding the allegations of former USC players Reggie Bush and O.J. Mayo...

    Lauren Herrold Written by Lauren Herrold about 4 years ago 6,290 reads 30 comments

  15. MLB Draft 2010: Phillies Take Hometown Pitcher Jesse Biddle

    It’s what every kid dreams of, but for many it remains right there in their dreams; becoming a professional athlete. It became a reality for Jesse Biddle when the Philadelphia Phillies picked him in the first round of the MLB draft...

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  16. New Orleans Saints Drew Brees and Sean Payton Deal With BP Oil Spill

    Who Dat Nation has been through a lot in the past few years with Hurricane Katrina and now the infamous BP Oil Spill. The New Orleans Saints decided to help out and take the community’s mind off what’s going on for a few hours...

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  17. NBA Recruitment Is On To Bring LeBron James to New York

    What would you do to get LeBron on your team? If you’re New York Knicks president Donnie Walsh, you’ll do anything it takes. The Knicks president is asking as many New Yorkers as possible to help persuade James to come to the Big Apple...

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  18. Current MLB Instant Replay Rules Cost Armando Galarraga a Perfect Game

    Three perfect games already in the 2010 season? Nope. Not on record at least. In the Detroit Tigers game on Wednesday against the Cleveland Indians, Armando Galarraga couldn’t have been more on top of his game...

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  19. The Man Who Broke Federer's Streak: Robin Soderling

    With the shock of Federer being tossed out of the French Open in the quarterfinals beginning to wear off, the question now turns to who is this guy that beat him anyway? You might ...

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  20. Roy Halladay Pitches The MLB's 20th Perfect Game

    Roy Halladay has now become a member of the elite. He is one of 5 pitchers to win a Cy Young and throw a perfect game. That puts him up there with names like Sandy Koufax and Randy Johnson...

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  21. Raul Ibanez Ends The Phillies's 30-Inning Scoreless Streak

    It’s finally over. After 30 innings and 38 innings against starting pitchers, the Phillies finally ended their slump and put numbers on the board...

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  22. Madden 2011 Player Rankings: Who Will Be Overrated and Underrated

    If you’re a Madden junkie, you’re probably already counting down the days to August 10th, the official release date for Madden 2011...

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  23. Phillies Cheating?: There Might Be No Crying In Baseball, But Is There Cheating?

    “If you’re not cheating, you’re not trying.” Right? If you’re Mark Grace then you think that’s true...

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  24. Phillies Need to Shake Up Their Offense to Stay On Top

    Check out the current regular season standings for the National League. It has the Philadelphia Phillies leading the league at .605...

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