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The Oldest Rivalries in College Football

Posted on 4 Nov, 2011, by in Featured

LSU vs Alabama might be one of the oldest rivalries in College football, being played for the first time in 1895 with 74 games between them, but it’s nowhere near the oldest or most played in College Football. The South, or Deep South, is nowhere near the Big Ten when it comes to antiquity of the rivalry games. More

Top Ten Biggest NFL Stadiums

Posted on 24 Oct, 2011, by in Featured

NFL Stadiums don’t produce eye popping numbers like some of College Football 100,000+ venues, but there aren’t any with less than 60,000. Cowboys Stadium can pack 110,000 when Jerry Jones feels like it, while FedEx stadium keeps getting smaller, but remains high on the list. More

Top Ten Biggest Soccer Stadiums in the World

Posted on 4 Oct, 2011, by in Featured

The largest soccer stadiums in the world. Some are among the most famous names in the world, including Wembley and the Nou Camp but some I’m pretty sure you haven’t heard of. More

Top Ten Most Points in NHL History

Posted on 2 Oct, 2011, by in Featured

The 2011-2012 NHL season is nearly upon us, as the Boston Bruins hope to make a successful title defense. As usual with most leagues, we open the record books to check out and see if there’s any chance of a non Canadian in the top 10 players with the most points in NHL history (clue – there is, just one) and is anyone even remotely close to Wayne Gretzky (nope). More

Top Ten Biggest College Football Stadiums

Posted on 25 Sep, 2011, by in Featured

With the 2011 College Football season already on its way, it’s time to refresh this list. It’s been two years since we put this list out, and its still the same ten stadiums that have the largest capacity in College Football, with a few shifts. Most importantly, especially for Michigan fans – Michigan Stadium is back on top, as the top 3 spots are owned by Big Ten teams. The SEC has four venues, The Pac-12 with two and one from the Big 12. Those numbers, the conference names, are likely to change pretty soon.
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Top Scorers in the Euro History

Posted on 22 Sep, 2011, by in Featured

Platini, Henry and Zidane, but not a list only for Frenchmen – the greatest scorers in the history of the UEFA European Championship, the Euro. More

The NFL’s All Time Top Ten Receiving Touchdowns Leaders

Posted on 14 Sep, 2011, by in Featured

The top 11 players who lead the NFL in receiving touchdowns, with one Tight End (Tony Gonzalez) who’s still active, two Receivers still looking for teams (TO and Randy Moss) and one Jerry Rice, alone and lonely at the top. More

UEFA Euro 2012 Stadiums

Posted on 8 Sep, 2011, by in Featured

Oh my god, we’re in Eastern Europe! If you didn’t watch Eurotrip, just go ahead and do it. It’s rather easy these days you know. After a packed week of internationals and one more week left in the qualifying tournament, we now have six nations to secure their spot at the 2012 Euro – Hosts Poland & Ukraine, Germany, Spain, Italy and The Netherlands. While waiting for the other 10, it’s a good chance to check out the venues the teams and fans will visit next summer in eight different cities. More

Gold Medal Count of the 2011 World Championship in Athletics

Posted on 4 Sep, 2011, by in Featured

The USA won more gold medals (12) and overall (25) in the 2011 IAAF World Championships in Daegu, with the Women bringing home 6 of those first place finishes. Russia were second with 9, also mostly thanks to the ladies. More

If You’d Have to Pick the Greatest NBA Player in History…

Posted on 27 Aug, 2011, by in Featured

Being a 90′s kid, Michael Jordan will always be the one. GOAT, some call it. The greatest basketball player of all time, the best to wear an NBA jersey. One of the greatest, most dominant and popular athletes of all time. I’m bought, what can I do. But this being a subjective matter, there are other opinions. And we’re here to present them, and the players, who at least by some or more, are considered as the greatest NBA player in history. More