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December 26, 2013

BCS Breakdown: Florida State Seminoles – Receivers

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 Nick O’Leary. Heisman-winning QB Jameis Winston spread the ball around to perfection, and will continue to do so against Auburn in the BCS Championship. In fact, there is an outside chance that FSU could have three 1,000 yard receivers by the end of the matchup with the Tigers, as Greene, Benjamin and Shaw are all within 100 yards [...]

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October 22, 2013

OSU Marching Band Michael Jackson Tribute

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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October 17, 2013

Most Popular Sports for Teens and Young Adults in Australia

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 the ages of 15 and 24:

Basketball Basketball is a truly universal sport, but it has rapidly gained popularity in the last two decades. That is no different in Australia than anywhere else. Unlike other parts of the world, however, basketball is far more popular with Australian women than men. According to surveys from [...]

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October 10, 2013

Who’s the Greatest Sports Person of All Time?

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 some of these contenders, and let us know what you think…

Roger Bannister

Bannister is the perfect example of amateur athletic determination. His actual profession was medical – when he broke the four minute mile he was a junior doctor. Bannister had practically no professional training, and his impetus for achieving the fastest mile ever [...]

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