well that's just, like, your opinion, man
England, along with the rest of the UK, have voted to leave the EU. Nobody thought they would do it, but they have.
Stock market's going for a ride boys.
Lot's of coverage on www.BBC.com
Interesting day to be an England fan at the Euros, no?
Multiple news outlets reporting that Klinsmann is likely out as the USMNT coach and is off to Southampton for the same position.
Don't care too much about the roster for the third place game, so skipping ahead to the world cup.
In something that I'm not happy I got right, I'd like to hate myself for predicting JK would throw out Wondo, Beckerman, and Zusi. Zusi at least was defensible, but my working theory is that Wondo and Beckerman have dirty pics of Klinsmann somewhere. I've got to believe that they'll be too old for the WC though (or the pics will have expired or something).
The good news is we have the back 6 set for the WC.
Yedlin Cameron Brooks Johnson
Strikers also seem to be set (I'm assuming Dempsey stays despite age).
Dempsey as false 9, with Altidore getting injured and Wood as the other striker. Altidore will get injured. It's a major tournament.
The questions are in the midfield/wingers
Does Fabian move up? Pusilic? Do Julian Green/Zalelem put it together? Does Beckerman give his dirty pics to Nagbe?
Guess you could also add Morris as backup striker though I think he made fun of Klinsmanns hair, his fathers hair, and his grandfather hair. And Wondo didn't.
Anyone I'm missing?
Finally, if anyone has any good links/usmnt blogs, that'd be great. The ones I'm finding are pretty Bleacher Report-esque. In depth info would be appreciated. Thanks.
With the Cavaliers bringing home the first title to Cleveland, Ohio since
the Declaration of Independence the Civil War Prohibition WWII John Williams composed anything worthwhile Lyndon Johnson was President, it seems reasonable to discuss what the worst sports city is in America. While the Lions are major suckage, at least there are three other teams in Detroit that have won titles in (most of) our lifetimes.
In my opinion it is still Cleveland, but who else should be up for consideration?
For me it's the paintings my girls made in preschool. They're very proud of them. My five year old spent some time to sound out and write happy Father's Day. It's more like "hapi f:asprs de", but she did it herself.
Monroe St. Mary Catholic Central junior pitcher Meghan Beaubien threw her second-consecutive perfect game to lead her team to a 6-0 win over Grandville Calvin Christian in the MHSAA D3 title game Saturday.
Beaubien, Gatorade's Michigan Softball Player Of the Year, threw the second perfect game in MHSAA Finals History. Beaubien committed to UM during the winter of her freshman year: