1. You Can Own It—For a Price.

    I always wonder about things. I know, fantastic opening sentence. A few nights ago when Korea defeated Japan to advance to the WBC semifinals, they did to the Japanese exactly what was done to them in the 2006 semifinals...

    Sixty Feet, Six Inches  Written by Sixty Feet, Six Inches about over 5 years ago 14 reads 0 comments

  2. MLS Invades Northwest, Regrets Nothing

    On Thursday night, I watched my favorite soccer league (or what 95 percent of the world in some variation refers to as football) kick off. The match was between corporate whores Red Bull New York and expansion franchise Seattle Sounders FC...

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  3. First Day of the Tourney a Snoozer

    Well, one day into the tourney, it is safe to say that the madness has not begun. Sixteen games were played yesterday, and only four lower seeds won. None of those wins could even really be called a true upset...

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  4. Who Has the Best Name in the Minor Leagues?

    I came across this during my travels of moving through the vast lands of the internet. It's a 64 person bracket themed around hilarious, awesome, and hilariously awesome names of players currently in the minor leagues...

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  5. WBC: Don't Tell Me These Games Don't Matter—US Rallies To Top Puerto Rico

    You can say all you want about how the World Baseball Classic is a waste of time.You can say how only the Latin American countries and a select few others actually care who wins this thing.You can say that it's basically exhibition matches...

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  6. 2009 NCAA Tournament Bracket Reaction

    With the brackets set on Sunday, it is now time for me to give some initial thoughts on the bracket setup. You can check out the bracket itself here. Let me start with a region-by-region breakdown...

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  7. Now THAT Was Heart: Jonny Flynn, Syracuse Remind Me Why I Love Sports

    We live in a sports world where terms like heart and effort have been thrown around so much that they have become an overused term, bestowed on anyone who shows even a slightly above-average love of the game...

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  8. Minor League Team Helps Fight Domestic Terrorism

    I saw this story a while ago, but I decided I would make mention of it here.It seems that the Lowell Spinners, a short-season single A minor league affiliate of the Boston Red Sox, ...

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  9. NBA Odds 'N Ends: Chris Paul and Dwayne Wade Are Red Hot

    Today I shall focus on some of the recent events in the Association.After professing my love of Chris Paul, he felt that he needed to return the favor and promptly dropped a triple-double on the Wizards...

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  10. World Baseball Classic: Dominican Disappointment - How Did David Beat Goliath?

    No, it's not a dream. It happened. A team that was thought to have a shot at taking it all in the World Baseball Classic got eliminated in the first round after being beat by a team ...

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  11. Dan Leone: Fired For Speaking His Mind

    By now, you've probably read the story of Dan Leone. He was a stadium employee for the Philadelphia Eagles. Leone worked there seasonally as a game-day employee as the west gate chief...

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  12. World Baseball Classic: USA v. Venezuela Live Blog Notice

    Yesterday team USA made us proud defeating the Canadians 6-5. They play again tonight at 8 and we've decided to live blog it, so please, join us...

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  13. Why I Love Chris Paul: In a Completely Platonic Way

    He stands at barely six feet tall and weighs in at 175 pounds (to put in that in perspective, I am bigger than Chris Paul), yet Paul is without a doubt one of the most feared basketball players on the planet today...

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  14. WBC USA v. Canada Liveblog Notice

    Hey everyone who reads our blog, regardless if you're reading it here or on Bleacher Report we encourage everyone to head to our main site www.sixtyftsixin...

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  15. Sidney Crosby Will Not Be Traded, Despite Wishes of Pittsburgh Reporters

    The Penguins have had a number of shake-ups this season. In trying to regain their Stanley Cup finals form, they've taken some drastic moves in the past few weeks.First, Michel Therrien was fired...

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  16. Respect in Bloomington: A Prologue

    Indiana University basketball coach Tom Crean was just on ESPN (Pardon the Interruption, to be specific) and I just wanted to share a few thoughts on Mr. Crean as the Hoosier season winds down...

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  17. Indiana Pacers News

    A quick post today about some of the news involving the Indiana Pacers. (We're very busy down here in KSOB Land right now.) Danny Granger claims his right foot is healing well, which is fantastic news for all Pacer faithful...

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  18. World Baseball Classic: Fear and Excitement In Los Angeles

    As faithful readers of this site will probably know already, I love the spring. It's not just because I hate being cold, or because the warmer it gets the closer I am to being out of school for the year...

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  19. What Needs to be Changed in the NHL

    Hockey has always been my favorite sport, in fact, hockey was the second word I ever said. The NHL has made a lot of improvements since the canceled season, but still more could be done...

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  20. The Return of Starbury

    Stephon Marbury will make his return to an NBA court tonight for the Boston Celtics against none other than my beloved Indiana Pacers...

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  21. MLB 2KSuck

    I love video games. I play them often, and I have for years. I play a moderate variety of games. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is the best one I've ever played and is probably ...

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  22. MAC Daddy: What NFL Team Will Draft Nate Davis?

    In a year where the top two quarterbacks in the NFL Draft are more or less set in stone, the pool gets a little more shallow after round two...

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  23. A Cynical, Biased, and Honest Guide to Choosing an MLB Team

    In September, we put up a guide to help those without an NHL team cheer for a team that they could hold for all eternity—or at least until that team relocated...

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  24. Baseball and Me

    Ok, I'm coming clean, I'm what most people would call a baseball noob. Yes, I now the rules, and yes I know every year which teams are good and which teams are bad. However, I have never followed baseball closely...

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  25. The NFL Scouting Meat Market

    I wanted to add something to Nate's post from yesterday on why the NFL combine is useless. Althought it is a similar point to the one that he made, it differs slightly. In the NFL scouting combine, players run all kinds of drills and tests...

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