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What do we want!? Independence! When do we want it?! … meh, whenever.
I'm glad I never played center in football. There's just no way to snap a ball into your backside and have it look graceful.
I just typed "sports" as "soprts" 4 times in a row. My tweeting is on a Tamp Bay level tonight.
I think I'm out of my mind, because it's 2014 and I'm considering buying a Blackberry.
Temple set to induct six into Hall of Fame http://t.co/3gyuZLLSgQ
Now I'm Googling A-Team van for sale….and my day is pretty much shot.
If I flag him down and offer him the Ford Escape for it straight up, you think he'd take it?
Yeah, so I'm definitely gonna buy a van
So there's a guy in my neighborhood who drives a replica A-Team van AND OH MY GOD I WANT
(Sorry for the ambiguous last tweet. Nothing team-impacting. Carry on).
Worth mentioning: While Micheal Eric has huge upside, and could surprise the Bucks, he's had four major knee injuries in the last four years
The advantage lefties have is legitimate, but still surprising to me. Amazing how hard muscle memory is to overcome for defenders.
It's becoming too cold to make a 5:30 am wawa run in shorts. I WANT MY SUMMER BACK.
Just finished a great workout with my bros. Preparation is everything
But if he did mean that would "discipline" his daughter currently, it's pointless. A 1 year old has no concept of the purpose of discipline.
To be clear on Bush, he did clarify that he would spank, not w/ "switch", and he changed tense so frequently not exactly sure what he meant
Joe West should appeal. The penalty was too harsh for the actions.
if the beer barons want to take a moral stand in pro sports, they should pay the OT for the police so they can operate DUI checkpoints.
I guess Kevin Durant is a 76ers' season ticket holder because new sign ups have the opportunity to take a picture with Allen Iverson.
The good people at CSN Houston made that city enjoyable for a country boy like me. Bad news, but there is always a market for good people.
Tell me who did I leave behind....
this culd be the greatest nite of are lives
Union coach Jim Curtin fields questions in his presser as Seattle's players pour into their locker room screaming. Quite a dichotomy.
Union coach Jim Curtin: "Our fans deserve a trophy."
Union coach Jim Curtin: "Somebody's got to lose, unfortunately."
Hate when I go some where & they say no hats...lol watch me walk up in here with my hat on!
Final: Seattle Sounders defeat the Philadelphia Union, 3-1, in extra time to win their 4th U.S. Open Cup title in 6 years.
did the Nats win or did they back in with a loss again?
Obafemi Martins just sealed it.
Union make their final substitution, in the 110th minute. Can't hold anything back now.
PPL Park breaking out Skrillex as the second extra-time session begins. OK then.
Marco Pappa clips the crossbar on the final play of the first extra-time period. Sounders lead Union, 2-1.
Clint Dempsey. Beastmode.
Seattle strikes in the 101st minute.
Foul whistled against SEA's Zach Scott outside the box. Free kick coming from Maidana.
MacMath gets his paw on a shot from Marco Pappa, directing it over the crossbar. Then he punches out a corner.
Zac MacMath just got him some.
My ancient MacBook keeps temping up. I think it's as fatigued as Curtin's players.
Two 15-minute periods of extra time. On tired legs. With each team having one sub remaining. With the U.S. Open Cup on the line.
The 96th minute is upon us, and the Union have a corner.
Six minutes of added time. Prepare for a whole bunch of craziness.
Frei had to scramble, nearly post to post, to get to his feet, turn and make that save. So close for the Union.
An exchange between Raymon Gaddis and Pedro Ribeiro almost produces a goal, but Sounders GK Stefan Frei makes another ridiculous save.
The Union's Vincent Nogueira had a crack at one from about 20 yards out, but it was blocked. He's dangerous around that area.
Andrew Wenger out, Danny Cruz in for the Union. Still 1-1 in the 81st minute.
And the Sounders almost took the lead.
We're in the 73rd minute, and it's still deadlocked at 1-1.
DeAndre Yedlin just reminded everyone why he made the World Cup roster: He's young...and he's fast as hell.