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Friday, September 23, 2005


Rumors fly and some futures may have already been decided as the standings start to take shape.


Yankees - Redsox? Who will it be?

On the other side of the big apple, give up all hope for the Mets winning the wild card 8 1/2 games behind in the race.

With hurricane Rita another dangerous storm threatens southern coastal communities. Houston though they stand 2nd and a whopping 11 1/2 games behind St. Louis in The National League Central can still win the wild card.

Will we see another team beside the Saints playing all their games on the road?

This Just in... The Law:

Are student athletes already professionals? How much money do the university's make in revenue in the sports market? Student Unions and the NCAA. More to come with commentary on an article from the Tennessee Law Review published in 2002.

Across The Pond:

Newcastle with their latest signing of wonder boy Michael Owen look to continue climbing out of the cellar of The English Premiership, but face a steadfast Manchester City who are out to prove Manchester is a city capable of supporting two world class teams.

A major move up the ladder in European football culture. But can the city rally around two teams with a traditional derby rivalry?


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5:07 PM

Blogger Matthew Henriksen said...

It's good to hear that Michael Owen is still a boy wonder, after his five or six seasons in tyhe Premier League. My brother is a Liverpool fan (I, AC Milan), so this is good news.

9:21 PM

Anonymous sean mac said...

Newcastle 1 - 0 Manchester City

Owen makes it two goals in two games for the magpies. Owen may have been lost in the shuffle for a bit, but hey he was lost in the shuffle in Real Madrid for a reason.

11:37 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

the hell with futbol...the World Cup is all that really matters

Eight games to go...

who wants it!?!


11:49 AM

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12:25 PM


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