Category Archives: Olympics

Scholarship is not a truly free ride

Did you know that you pay taxes on scholarships? I didn’t. But this family does: Now if this guy got a job while on scholarship, he would likely be in violation of some rule or another. Someone from NCAA … Continue reading

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World Cup Buzz

As the World Cup Finals approaches in Rio this summer; 32 teams are poised to start their month long run. The final friendly tune ups are taking place now. Rosters are being set. Starting June 12th, the tournament begins in … Continue reading

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There are X Games in January of a Olympic Year?

Why? Some type of consolation for the people not going to socially backward Sochi?

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Is it wrong?

I am so glad to see Nebraska getting their collective asses so handily handed to them. Honestly, they should be embarrassed. Most of the schools that left the Big 12 are doing horribly. And I giggle like a school girl. … Continue reading

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Track and Field Men’s 100 meters

Not sure if anyone watched the 100 m finals in track tonight. But one of the girls who take the warm ups was eyeing up Usain Bolt like she wanted to know what is under his shorts. And man, that … Continue reading

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Men’s Olympic Soccer Semifinals

Mexico vs. Japan and Brazil vs. South Korea What is missing about that? Not one of the four teams is European. Notice that? Why do you think that is? Did Euro 2012 use up all the talent? Is this how … Continue reading

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Favorite Sports Week

This week is my favorite week of every four years. The only week that not only America; but the whole world acknowledges that Swimming is a real sport. Not only a real sport but it is the most important sport … Continue reading

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