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Why are Sports and Safety Glasses Essential?

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Safety glasses are usually not a standard part of a typical sports or work uniform, but perhaps they should be. The correction and protection they offer can make the difference between seeing clearly and blurrily. They can also mean the difference between eye health and eye injury. Safety Glasses for Sight One reason for wearing safety glasses during sports and …

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BCS Breakdown: Florida State Seminoles – Receivers

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Just like the Florida State running backs, the Seminole receivers and tight ends didn’t get a ton of attention, but they were critical in FSU’s quest to grab BCS tickets. Despite not featuring a 1,000-yard receiver, the Seminoles have one of the finest receiving corps in the country in wide receivers Rashad Greene, Kelvin Benjamin, Kenny Shaw and tight end …

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OSU Marching Band Michael Jackson Tribute

[youtube url=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GTca2nrIn4U” autohide=”1″ fs=”1″ hd=”1″] During halftime of their recent game against Iowa (which, BTW OSU won), the Buckeye band gave a halftime performance that would make the King of Pop himself proud. Check this crazy cool, and accurate, choreography in a this tribute to Michael Jackson

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Most Popular Sports for Teens and Young Adults in Australia

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Even though far more Australians play sports for health and fitness than strictly for fun, the country as a whole truly loves their sports. But which sports are the most popular among Australian teens and young adults? Based on surveys in Australia from Valued Opinions™, here are three of the most popular sports among Australian teens and young adults between …

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Who’s the Greatest Sports Person of All Time?

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You’ve seen the lists, you’ve read the stats, you’ve seen the performances. But who really is the greatest sports person of all time? Is it Michael Jordan, for his world beating seasons at the heart of the Chicago Bulls basketball squad? What about Roger Bannister, the first human to run the mile in under four minutes? Take a look at …

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Brian Wilson’s Baby Fit

Former San Francisco Giants closer Brian Wilson decided post-game on the field last night was the appropriate time to “ask” Giant’s CEO Larry Baer when he was going to get his 2012 World Series ring.  Apparently the exchange was less than cordial, and carried a bit of the fire one would expect from a Giants/Dodger game. This is rather out …

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Mariano Rvera

Your browser does not support iframes. Who can forget Mariano Rivera Day at Yankee Stadium… http://youtu.be/e5iJR21J7QI Great tribute on the MLB Facebook Page Post by MLB. Image Source

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Johnny Football Or Johnny Cashcow

Johnny Manziel

The NCAA football season is well under way and at only week 3, there is already a national buzz surrounding the upcoming SEC match up between the University of Alabama Crimson Tide and the Texas A&M Aggies. Last season, the Crimson Tide won the BCS national championship and the only blemish on their otherwise perfect record was a loss to …

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Why You Should Get Involved In Fantasy Sports

Fantasy sports websites and leagues have become increasingly popular in recent years as more and more players wish to play the role of general manager and build the sports team they could only dream of. Leagues and advice are available for players looking to build a dream sports team in the NFL, MLB, NHL and NBA along with many professional …

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Love Sport? Why Not Study It at University?

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This week, Facebook tells me, marks the tenth anniversary of my A-Level results. Depressing thoughts, much like hangovers, take days to dissipate these days but it has nudged my rusty noggin into remembering my fast and loose decisions with respect to University. My course preferences were as much based on whim as they were interest and my choice of institution …

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