- Jozy Altidore Sets U.S. Record With Goal, Further Erases Memories Of Landon Donovan
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- Shame Of Miami: Police Called As Heat Fans Who Left Early Pound On Doors To Be Let Back In
- Think Hitting One R.A. Dickey Knuckleball is Hard? Try Hitting Six At Once
- FIFA Rules Male Players Can Wear Turbans, Overruling CSA
The Nuggets lost 92-89 to the Lakers today, and while such a close loss is always disappointing, this one was especially bad…because with just a couple seconds to go in regulation, the game should have been tied at 91.
Northwestern lost the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas (yes, we felt ridiculous typing that) to Texas A&M today, but the breakout star might have been the many faces of Northwestern coach Pat Fitzgerald.
Rutgers closed out a solid if unspectacular season in strong fashion yesterday, with a 27-13 Pinstripe Bowl win over Iowa State. But it was a moment from after the game that really stood out.
That young man behind Timberwolves’ coach Rick Adelman really did not like that call against the Wolves, but his outfit just might make him a star.
There’s always been something special, something different, about playing for your country. And given that the World Junior Hockey Championships are for young men generally aged 17-19, one would expect them to show some enthusiasm, especially after a big win.
Its been an interesting start to the 2011-12 NBA season for Dallas Mavericks forward Sean Williams, to say the least. After finally getting a chance to once again display his talent a the pro level, Williams actually put together a nice showing in Monday’s game against the Nuggets. That was, before he barfed all over the place late in the 4th quarter.
The story goes: Roy Halladay went to the Amazon to go fishing, and all he came home with was a lousy saved-a-dude-from-an-anacaonda story. Talk about lame, right? Wrong! More like, are you kidding me?!