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Such A Lovely Place To Suffer

Such A Lovely Place To Suffer

Voilà a few raisons why I-yam hooked on Le Tour. I used to hate July. With fall practice still a month away, and national signing day a distant memory, July represents the low point of the year for people who (like me, once upon a time) have no life outside college football. That was Before

Attention Southerners: Download your Fall 2011 Life Planner now!

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It’s the ever-popular SEC Helmet Schedule. ( Special Thanks To CrimsonAudio.net ) ENJOY!

Dear World Cup: It’s not you. It’s me.

Dear World Cup: It’s not you. It’s me.

Despite the best efforts of my 13-year-old son, a monthly subscriber to Soccer America and a devoted fan of English League Football, I’m suffering from a serious interest deficit in this year’s World Cup. And the sad truth is, the American in me is winning-out over my own best efforts to maintain the same level

That’s How We Do Things Here. (why there’s no sports brand like the masters)

That’s How We Do Things Here. (why there’s no sports brand like the masters)

Sunday, April 11 marked the final round of the only golf tournament I watch every year. Which got me thinking why I have to watch The Masters—but no other annual tournament. After all, several U.S. courses are ranked ahead of Augusta in both Golf.com and Golflink.com’s Top 100 lists. At least seven PGA tournaments match

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