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The Dallas Cup XXXII, one of the most prestigious international youth soccer tournaments in the world, begins the week of April 17, 2011, and continues through Easter, in our very own backyard. One hundred eighty teams from all around the world will be competing in various age groups, from ages eleven to nineteen, with only one team in each division...
Sitting at my computer late last Monday night April 4, 2011, I ensured myself over and over again that I would not – could not – revisit the tragedy that had been painfully and interminably ripping – and ripping, and ripping, and ripping – at the hearts of all upstanding and honorable college basketball fans in the country, including...
Over the past few months, the uprising in Libya has attracted media involvement from across the globe. Videos and reports of tragic events have surfaced, revealing the horrible violence that has ensued in North Africa, instigated as a result of the tyrannical rule of Moammar Gadhafi. The story surrounding the Libyan struggle is almost cliché, an oppressed people, fighting for...
The defending ALCS champs have started the 2011 campaign with a boom! Literally, they have hit 13 homeruns in just 4 games. Besides hitting homeruns and averaging 7 runs a game they have won their first 6 games making them the only remaining undefeated team in baseball. Two Rangers, though, have led the way. Ian Kinsler and Nelson Cruz are at the...
Two annual powerhouses are in the 2011 Final Four, along with one surprise squad and one Cinderella team. Kentucky is a powerhouse because the team has appeared in 14 Final Fours. In contrast, Virginia Commonwealth (VCU) has reached its first Final Four, Butler has appeared in 2 Final Fours, and Connecticut has appeared in 4 Final Fours. The Connecticut vs....
For all of the upsets and buzzer-beaters in this year’s tournament, the controversial calls and controversial non-calls, the grown man tears in post-game press conferences, and the maniacal fans quick to label it the best ever, the 2011 NCAA Basketball Tournament, as it settled in to a final eight last Friday, still featured some of basketball’s brand name teams:...

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