While some might consider soccer to be boring, or a waste of time, I have always liked the World Cup. It is kind of an important international sports event, and of course I want the grand ol' Red, White, and Blue to do good. By Red, White, and Blue, I mean the United States of America, not France (sorry France). What can I say? I am born, and raised in the USA, so I have to be rooting for them.
Congratulations, fellow Sports Reactionists! We have made it halfway through the 2017 year. This has been an interesting year in the sports world, and it is time for another W.M.L. What's More Likely. These are only opinions, fellows, and I would like to hear predictions that you have for the sports world. Here is more W.M.L's.
A main part of being an avid sports fans is to discuss, and compare certain players, and situations. We, as sports fans, like to look at different situations that could go in separate directions, or could result the same way. One of the most asked questions in the sports world is W.M.L, which is "What's More Likely?".
Many times when a final or championship comes around in the world of sports, a "David v. Goliath" matchup is usually present or discussed. However, even if there is no such matchup, a championship is still discussed or portrayed as "The powerhouse v. the underdog". In the NCAAM championship, that portrayal is not true.
March is ending, and the beginning of April is right around the corner. The sports world never slows down, with NCAA being in full throttle, but the NBA and the NFL have been making the headlines also. Are we seeing history being made in the NBA? Is Richard Sherman about to get a new home? Who knows, but that is what was in the headlines this week in the world of sports.
March Madness is impossible to predict, and this year has not changed a bit. Early, I wrote about there being no clear number one this year in March Madness, and about how every team is vulnerable to loss. And that was all, but proven when one of the top seeds is now eliminated. Villanova, who won the Tournament last year, lost to Wisconsin.
Today is sports Sunday. This is when we usually binge-watch Sports-Center, various games, and of course, sports rumors. We also react to headlines, whether it is happy, or sad, or maybe in surprising. Neverless, that is why we are here today.
March Madness is some sports fans holiday, for others, it is a chance to test their statistical skills. Most of the time, there is a team that reaches an expectation of winning the Final. However, this season, every team is seen as vulnerable. Gonzaga lost its last game of the season, Kansas lost to TCU in the Big 12 Playoffs, Villanova has had devastating losses, and UCLA lost to Arizona. Is there no clear frontrunner?
It is Wednesday, and currently I am in a hotel in Oklahoma, the perfect way to spend the middle of your week. However, it could be worse, a top player on a top team could have gotten injured. Oh, wait, that did happen. Maybe this is just like any other weekday. These headlines may be …
This is a hectic time for the sports world. The NBA is in full stride, March Madness is arriving and the NFL free agency is beginning. Trying to decipher all of the sports news can be difficult, and is always tiresome. There are many different reactions that people have to sports, whether it is joy, sadness or confusion (like the Oscar's Best Picture).