The Luck of the Irish: Saint Patrick's Day Roundup

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[Editor's Note: . . . → Read More: The Luck of the Irish: Saint Patrick’s Day Roundup, well...Football

By Phil Hecken

Denver versus Seattle. That’s the graphic you see above. It’s a representation of how the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks might be represented by soccer badges. Those (and many more) are all part of an incredible project known as Football as Football, which is, as the site describes, is “A . . . → Read More: Football…as, well…Football

Just What the World's Been Waiting For, Part 713

“Innovative” move by Barcelona FC yesterday, which announced that Intel is partnering with the team as a jersey sponsor — except that Intel’s logo will go inside the jersey. “Intel inside,” get it? Naturally, the logo is being printed upside-down, so it will appear right-side-up when players flip up their shirts (as shown . . . → Read More: Just What the World’s Been Waiting For, Part 713

You Cannot Be Serie-ous (Part II)

By Phil Hecken

A couple weeks back, I ran the first part of a look at Italy’s top soccer league, Serie A, which was written by Uni Watch reader Alex Giobbi, who posts as “Hodges14.”

Today I’m back with Part II of that article (which will run in three parts). If you need a . . . → Read More: You Cannot Be Serie-ous (Part II)