Madrid - Real The city celebrity, Cristiano Ronaldo, will experience his former team, Birmingham U. s., in the Winners Group circular of 16. If you ranking objectives, he did not enjoy. In the sketch created in Nyon, Europe, Friday (20/12/2012), The city had to battle the Red Demons reverse. The experience will be a gathering for Ronaldo. This being the first time he came back to Old Trafford a
The NFL Scouting Combine results will cause teams around the league to reshuffle their draft boards for April. There is plenty of prospect shuffling in Vinnie Iyer's fourth mock draft, with a new quarterback (Arkansas’ Tyler Wilson) rising into the first round. Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o remains the ultimate wild card, going to his fourth team in as many mocks.
That BYU guard Craig Cusick walked off the court Tuesday night a hero was a big story. That he even could find the courage to lace ‘em up and walk onto the court was a bigger story. Just hours after learning that his father had been diagnosed with cancer, Cusick tipped in Matt Carlino's miss with 0.2 seconds left to lift BYU to a 70-68 victory over in-state rival Utah State. "As a player, you co
The pole for Patrick, already a worldwide celebrity thanks to her IndyCar success and popular and racy TV commercials, will give the sport incredible exposure going into its biggest event next Sunday.“Being history making, this is about as big of a deal exposure-wise as you could possibly get,” said four-time Cup champion Jeff Gordon, who will start second beside Patrick in the Daytona 500. “I’m
Buss died at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, his assistant, Bob Steiner, confirmed. Buss had been hospitalized for cancer, but the immediate cause of death was kidney failure, Steiner said. "We not only have lost our cherished father, but a beloved man of our community and a person respected by the world basketball community," the Buss family said in a statement issued by the Lakers. Under Buss' le
'Harlem Shake' reenactments have spread all over the Internet since Kansas first created its rendition of the dance video. It was only a matter time before that fad hit NBA locker rooms. The Miami Heat, who count Kansas alum Mario Chalmers as a key player, have created their own version with stars LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh at the forefront. They followed up the Toronto Raptors, wh