Two Teams Enter… One Nation Wins: Predicting the Final of the 2010 FIFA World Cup

Even though Uruguay and Germany failed to advance to the 2010 FIFA World Cup Final Match, neither nation’s team is leaving South Africa quite yet.  Unlike professional sports here in the United States—and similar to Bronze Medal matches at the […]

An International Final Four: Predicting the Semifinals of the 2010 FIFA World Cup

The Quarterfinal Round of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa has come and gone, and only four nations remain in this worldwide tournament to crown the top team in soccer.  The two days of the round were not […]

Picking Up the Pieces: Predicting the Quarterfinals of the 2010 FIFA World Cup

Even though American interest in the World Cup has surely dropped nearly to nothing now that the United States has gone out of the tournament, anything worth doing is worth following through completely.  While the U.S. team might not have […]

Previewing and Predicting the Knockout Round of 16 at the 2010 FIFA World Cup

As an American sportswriter contributing stories for an American-based sports website, it is not very often that I have the opportunity to write anything about soccer, a sport known as football in practically every country not called the United States […]

USA-Slovenia Ref Gets the Jim Joyce Wikipedia Treatment (Updated 06/19)

The last ten minutes of the United States vs Slovenia match that ended just minutes ago will be the talk of the sports world for much of today. If you didn’t see the game, here’s a video of the would-be […]

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