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Football or Basketball? Which is America’s Favorite Sport and Why?

Basketball and football were both invented in the United States, so it’s not surprising that Americans love the sports. There is, however, a question regarding which sport Americans love more. It’s actually a complicated question that doesn’t have an easy … Continue reading

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Tactical Genius: How Van Gaal Outsmart Arsene Wenger in United’s 2-1 Victory Over Arsenal

Manchester United beat Arsenal 2-1 at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday to record their first away win of the season under new manager Louis Van Gaal. United have struggled with injuries to most of their first-team center backs this season … Continue reading

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Arena Football group has ‘contract watchful for’ Tim Tebow

Tim Tebow seems to be during a self-evident crossroads of his career right now.(Photo: Debby Wong, USA TODAY Sports) Technically, Tim Tebow still has a pursuit with a New York Jets, though we all know what’s going to occur during … Continue reading

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Jake Long, St. Louis Rams determine to four-year contract

Jake Long opted to pointer with a Rams over remaining with a Dolphins.(Photo: Robert Mayer, USA TODAY Sports) PHOENIX — Jake Long is headed to St. Louis. After considering mixed last-minute offers, a giveaway representative left tackle concluded to a … Continue reading

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Miami Heat face ‘dog fight’ to urge winning streak

Chris Bosh and a Heat have not mislaid given Feb. 1 as they enter Monday’s diversion during a Celtics.(Photo: Debby Wong, USA TODAY Sports) The ways to quantify a Miami Heat’s widespread run greaten by a day. But few numbers … Continue reading

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Past champion coaches: 30 teams could make Final Four

Duke brazen Ryan Kelly has a round knocked lax as North Carolina ensure P.J. Hairston (15) and ensure Leslie McDonald (2) urge in a initial half during a Dean E. Smith Center.(Photo: Bob Donnan, USA TODAY Sports) You don’t have … Continue reading

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Defending champ Kentucky left on a sideline

Kentucky manager John Calipari and his team, reduction harmed beginner star Nerlens Noel (background) for a final 8 games, are forked toward a NIT.(Photo: Mark Zerof, USA TODAY Sports) The prolonged roller-coaster ride, after so many pointy climbs and aroused … Continue reading

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Seven biggest surprises from NCAA tournament’s Selection Sunday

1. Gonzaga gets a No. 1 seed, while Duke and Miami accept No. 2 seeds. The Zags had a weakest strength of report ever by a No. 1 seed. But Mark Few’s group mislaid usually dual games all season, one … Continue reading

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2013 NCAA Tournament Bracket

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Mid-major madness? Gonzaga, others tighten a gap

Streaking Louisville strengthened a candidacy for a tip seed in a NCAA men’s basketball contest by winning a Big East contest this weekend.(Photo: Debby Wong, USA TODAY Sports) Call this a year of a mid-major. For a final decade or … Continue reading

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