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FA Cup Final 2013 Preview

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This weekend saw both semi finals of this year’s FA Cup played, deciding the two teams who will do battle on Saturday 11th May to take home the world’s oldest cup trophy. The two semi final ties took place at Wembley Stadium, with the two lowest placed teams of Millwall and Wigan squaring up on Saturday whilst the heavyweights of …

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Updated: Bombs Rock Boston Marathon

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Multiple bombs were detonated near the finish line of the Boston Marathon.  The Boston Marathon is the oldest annual road race and is held every year on Patriot Day.  Over 500,000 spectators and 20,000 participants gather on the third Monday of April every year partake in the road race festivities. Witnesses report that two different blast were heard near the …

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Jack Hoffman TD Run

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Jack Hoffman is a 7-year-old brain cancer patient, but that didn’t stop him from scoring a touchdown in Nebraska’s spring game Saturday afternoon. Jack, who was diagnosed with cancer in 2011 and is currently on a break from his chemotherapy treatment, came into the game for a fourth-and-1 on the 31 yard line. With the help of some blockers, Jack …

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The Most Exciting Basketball Games Ever Played

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Determining the most exciting basketball games of all-time can be difficult given the fact that basketball is one of the most fast-paced and entertaining sports on Earth. Nonetheless, we’ve done our research and come up with four games that stand above all the rest. Will Chamberlain Scores 100 Points This game occurred during the infancy of the NBA in an …

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Parachutes for Beginning Skydivers

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Skydiving is a thrilling sport that captivates many people around the world. As thrilling as it is, it is also incredibly dangerous, especially if you do not have a quality parachute. There are many types of parachutes suitable for beginners. Let’s take a look at the parachutes that people can use during their initial jumps. Round This type of parachute …

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A Brief Account of the Houston Oilers

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Stellar Beginnings One of the original members of the American Football League, the Oilers were the premier team of time. Playing in the first three AFL championship games, winning the first two over the Los Angeles (and later San Diego) Chargers. During the third championship game run, the Oilers played the Dallas Texans (now Cowboys) in the longest game in …

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Holly Sonders To Grace Cover of Golf Digest

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For all you single guys out there with golf clubs collecting dust in your garage. You may want to brush up your game. With ladies like Holly Sonders out on the links – you’re going to want to be at your best! Holly Sonders, known by many in the golf world as the co-host of Morning Drive and School of …

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When’s the Best Time to Fish?

Fishing is a fun and complex endeavor, whether you are a novice or expert fisherman. Whether your goal is to return with the night’s dinner or simply to enjoy some time away from work and stress, fishing is a great activity. Successfully reeling in the catch of the day requires skill, knowledge, planning, and of course, a bit of luck. …

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4 Moves Banned by the WWE

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Wrestling is dangerous, no matter what the nay sayers might be saying. When it comes to WWE Raw, there’s plenty of potential for serious or even fatal injuries. Wrestlers often have similar injuries after a match as victims of a car accident. While extreme professionalism and mastery of skills is required, there’s always the chance that something will go wrong. …

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Understanding March Madness

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During our most recent segment of ITNLive we had the distinct privilege of having Bill Herenda as our guest host. For those that don’t know Bill, here is a link to a Personality Profile that we did on him back in 2011 – great read For ITNLive Bill gave us the Consuming Consumer definition of what is March Madness; essentially what all …

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Top Ranked U.S. Men’s and Women’s Tennis Players

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WOMEN – WTA RANKINGS 1 – Serena Williams, age 31 from Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, has won 47 singles titles and 22 doubles titles, with a career record of 735-132, holds steady at #1 17 – Sloane Stephens, age 19 from Coral Springs, Florida, has a career record of 143-112 without a singles or doubles title to her credit, has …

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