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Major League Baseball is considering realigning its teams and divisions. Here are some options.
ESPN headline this morning: "VCU proved it belonged in the NCAA's dance, beating USC on Wednesday night." Um... no. USC didn't belong either, so that doesn't prove anything. Virginia Tech should've been in along with one other team, probably Colorado.
Not that I'm trying to defend the NFL owners, but just because they're rich from other enterprises doesn't necessarily mean they should bend to the players' demands. The business has to be profitable on its own, regardless of the owners' wealth from other business.
Although each team probably is profitable.
about Ohio State's Terrelle Pryor and the NCAA rules game which is basically a joke.
It's college bowl season, so get ready for the, "Our conference is tougher than you thought. Our record speaks for itself" mumbo-jumbo after a 7-5 team wins one of these bowl games.
So glad the Yankees didn't get Cliff Lee. 1, I didn't want the team spending all that money. 2, I think the Yankees can still win without him.
Unbelievable contract for Jason Werth - 7 years and $126 million to play for the Nationals. He's 32 years old, made $7.5 million last year, and had his best year last year in a small ballpark with tons of good hitters around him. .296 batting average, 164 hits, .920 OPS.
That seems worthy of possibly a 5-year at $14 per, but still only if I were insane.
Unbeaten TCU is playing against Wisconsin in a BCS bowl. I'm glad they didn't pair TCU with a weak Connecticut team. That wouldn't prove anything. But Wisconsin is probably the toughest team out there besides Oregon and Auburn. Good luck to the non-BCS teams!
Russia will host the World Cup in 2018, and Qatar will host in 2022. I guess for 2022 they wanted a new country/region to host, since the other competitors for 2022 were the US, Japan, South Korea, and Australia (the Aussies have at least hosted an Olympics!).
2014 will be hosted by Brazil.
Ummm...so why are the Yankees saying anything remotely considered negative about Derek Jeter? Suggesting he play the field if he doesn't like their contract offer is negative. They should just say, "We want Derek Jeter to continue as a Yankee" and just let the situation play out, and they'll be the good guys no matter what.