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Not Quite the Football Feast I Expected

When news broke over a year ago that English Football was coming to American airwaves on a weekly, more accessible basis courtesy of NBC Sports Network, I was definitely intrigued and excited at the possibility of all-day “football” on the weekends—world football in the early AM followed by NCAA action on Saturdays and NFL action on Sundays, respectively. 430 more words


The EPL may have NBC, but where are all of the stars?

Everyone’s list is different, but the list of Top 10 soccer players in the world includes some grouping of:

Messi, Ronaldo, Neuer, Ibrahimovic, Bale, Ribery, Suarez, Neymar, Robben, Muller, Aguero, Sergio Ramos, Di Maria, Reus, Hazard, Yaya Toure, James Rodriguez, Hummels, Alexis, Thiago Silva, Lewandowski, Benzema, and Kompany. 810 more words


NASCAR AMERICA: Clint Bowyer happy for the end of a long off-season (VIDEO)

When four eligible drivers for Saturday’s Sprint Unlimited decided not to compete in the exhibition, alternates were chosen by 2014 Sprint Cup driver championship points. 216 more words

NASCAR AMERICA: Matt Kenseth makes a promise for 2015 (VIDEO)

After posting seven victories and finishing second in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship in 2013, Matt Kenseth failed to reach Victory Lane in 2014. 135 more words

NASCAR AMERICA: Crew chief Dave Rogers ready to race hard with new driver Denny Hamlin (VIDEO)

Joe Gibbs Racing made headlines during the winter when it shuffled the majority of its crew chiefs. As part of that shuffle, Dave Rogers moved over from working with Kyle Busch on the No. 276 more words

Headed to Las Vegas

Tomorrow I will be flying out to Las Vegas to host the 2015 HSBC Rugby World Series. This is the 5th leg of the World Series and once again it will be held at Sam Boyd Stadium, home of UNLV football. 243 more words

NASCAR AMERICA: Brad Keselowski’s mission to prove he’s no fluke (VIDEO)

Being the aggressive driver that he is, former Sprint Cup champion Brad Keselowski has raised his share of ire from NASCAR Nation (and other drivers) for his ways on the track. 221 more words