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Monthly Archives: July 2012
Two Armenian athletes were in action on Sunday. One woman, Anahit Barseghyan, swam in the 100 m backstroke event while another man, Armen Nazaryan, participated in the 66 kg judo competition. Neither showed any signs of success in their respective … Continue reading
Day 1 in London was not a successful one for Armenians representing their country at the Olympic Games. Arsen Galstyan might have won a gold medal in Judo, but the Russian-Armenian was representing Russia. The closest Armenia came to medal … Continue reading
The Pac-12 will once again become a football powerhouse this season since USC’s bowl sanctions have been lifted. The Trojans won seven of their last eight games to close out the 2011 season and their only loss came in a … Continue reading
Every Monday we will update the most expensive seats on the secondary market in the NFL. These figures are brought to you by SeatGeek. The percentage changes, however, are crunched by me. Last week, the New York Giants had the … Continue reading
There’s a major roadblock in all of these Dwight Howard trade rumors that’s not being discussed. Aside from the notion that the Lakers might think that Howard will not be that much of an upgrade over Andrew Bynum, neither center … Continue reading
Thursday was a busy day in sports, from Olympic basketball tuneups to the British Open in golf. There was also some drama in Boston as the Red Sox won on a walk-off home run against the Chicago White Sox. Finally, … Continue reading