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Serena Williams to Marry Co-Founder of Reddit Alexis Ohanian

Tennis superstar Serena Williams and co-founder of Reddit Alexis Ohanian are now engaged. A spokesperson for both Ohanian and Williams confirmed the engagement on Thursday. Ohanian, who is 33, asked Williams to marry him while the pair was in Rome on vacation. Williams, who is 35 and this past summer became a 7-time women’s champion at Wimbledon to tie a record of 22 Grand Slam titles with Germany’s Steffi Graf, has announced that she was engaged to the Reddit co-founder earlier on Thursday on her Reddit verified account. Reddit, the news... 
 

U.S. Olympic Members Have Medical Data Stolen by Hackers

On Tuesday, the World Anti-Doping Agency announced that hackers from Russia had broken into its computer database stealing the medical data of different Olympic stars that included Simone Biles the U.S. gold medalist gymnast and Venus Williams the veteran tennis star. The cyber criminals known as Fancy Bear and Tsar Team publicly released part of the data they stole and have threatened to leak additional data. The group is also thought to be behind the hack this past June of the Democratic National Committee, which released sensitive strategy of... 
 

The Greatest is Dead, Muhammad Ali Dies at 74

Muhammad Ali was fast with his fists and his feet, but often times his fast lips put smiles on the faces of boxing fans. He promised as a young boxer to shock the world and succeeded. Ali was simply the Greatest. On Friday, Ali died according to an official statement from the Ali family. Ali was 74. Floyd Mayweather said of hearing of the death of Ali, that the world had lost a great man, legend and hero. This week Ali was hospitalized in Phoenix with problems in his respiratory system. His children flew in from across the country to be with him. Rasheda... 
 

LeBron James Leads Cleveland Back to Second Straight NBA Finals

An emotional and jubilant LeBron James spoke about returning to the NBA Finals for the second straight season with the Cleveland Cavaliers and sixth straight finals as a player after the Cavaliers eliminated the Toronto Raptors 4-2 in the Eastern Conference best of seven semifinals series. Shortly after the Cavaliers won the conference finals on Friday night, James was asked what he is most proud about regarding his six consecutive trips to the NBA Finals. He added that he was not sure, he was just gracious and humbled that he has the opportunity... 
 

Tencent and ESPN Joining Forces to Cover China’s Sports

ESPN has agreed to partner with Tencent the tech giant in China in a deal that broadly expands the presence of the sports media company in the most populous country in the world. ESPN, owned by The Walt Disney Co. announced late Wednesday it would supply programming in Chinese-language, events and other content for Tencent’s coverage of live sports, providing a new route of global growth for the behemoth in sports broadcasting. ESPN will have its own branded section on QQ Sports, a leading online Chinese sports portal owned by Tencent. ESPN content... 
 

San Francisco First City Banning Tobacco in Sports Stadiums

Ed Lee the mayor of San Francisco signed a bill banning the use of all chewing tobacco products from all city sports stadiums, which includes the home of the San Francisco Giants AT&T Park. Matthew Myers who is the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids president said the home of the Giants is setting an example for all of Major League Baseball as well as the rest of the country. This bill signed by Lee prohibits all use of smokeless tobacco starting in 2016. The move was supported by the players as well as manager of the Giants. However, the big issue... 
 

Adidas Sales Increase, Sells Rockport

Adidas, the sportswear company based in Germany reported a rise in sales for 2014 that was better than had been expected. The company also announced it has sold Rockport a non-core shoe brand. The second largest sportswear company in the world behind just Nike has been seeing its market share erode to its rival based in the U.S. However, sales at Adidas were helped by the 2014 World Cup in Brazil as well as by Germany, which Adidas sponsors, winning the title. In at unscheduled statement on Friday ahead of its full results on March 5, the sportswear... 
 

Kohana framework

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Facebook to Have NFL Videos with Verizon Ads

Facebook has scored a huge partner in its ramping up of its online video offers: the National Football League. On Tuesday, the NFL will start posting short videos on the huge social networking site. The videos could include highlights from games, such as the recent catch made by Odell Beckham Jr. a wide receiver for the New York Giants that is considered one of the best of all time. The clips will also feature NFL news as well as advice on fantasy football. The NFL clips will be followed immediately by ads for Verizon Wireless, which is planning... 
 

Captain of South Africa Soccer Team Shot to Death

Senzo Meyiwa the soccer captain for South Africa was shot and killed by intruders when he tried to protect his girlfriend at her home during a robbery on the outskirts of Johannesburg, said official Monday mornings. The goalkeeper for the Orlando Pirates who was just 27, died Sunday after being hit with a single bullet in the chest in the home of local singer and actress Kelly Khumalo, his girlfriend. A local police officer said two men entered the home and demanded money, cell phones and other valuables. Senzo attempted to protect Kelly because... 
 

NFL Retirees: Three in Ten Face Cognitive Problems

Close to 3 of out every 10 former players in the NFL will develop at minimum a moderate neuro-cognitive problem as well as qualify for payments under a proposed concussion settlement of $765 million, according to new data prepared for lawyers of ex-players that was made public on Friday. The actuary for the player’s lawyers believes that 14% of former NFL players will be diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and another 14% will develop dementia over the next six decades, according to new data. Over 19,000 former NFL players are still alive, which means... 
 

Novak Djokovic Wins Wimbledon

The match took nearly 4 hours to complete, but in the end No. 1 seeded Novak Djokovic outlasted No. 4 seeded Roger Federer to win the 2014 Men’s Singles Wimbledon tournament. Federer was attempting to win his 18th Grand Slam title in the twilight of his career. The Swiss star faced a match point during the fourth set but challenged a linesman call on his serve that was called out and had it reversed thanks to a replay giving him an ace. That helped him win the game and eventually the fourth set to push the match to five sets. The entire match... 
 

World Cup 2014: Risk of Dengue Fever Predicted

Scientists are developing a system of early warning to alert medical authorities to dengue fever outbreak risks during the World Cup in Brazil in June. The analysis estimates how high the risk chance is for outbreaks of the disease that is mosquito-borne. Researchers said the risk is sufficiently high to warrant a warning of “high alert” in three of the venues – Recife, Fortaleza and Natal. Nearly one million fans are projected to travel to the dozen different cities that are hosting the soccer matches during the month long World Cup that... 
 

Sam Drafted in Seventh Round by Rams

The NFL has finally drafted its first player who is openly gay and he will be playing in St. Louis. Michael Sam, the defensive end from the Missouri Tigers was selected by the Rams with the 249th pick ending speculation of when or if Sam would have his named called during the NFL Draft. Near the end of the draft, on its third day in its seventh round after 17 previous defensive ends had been drafted, Sam’s name was called. Jeff Fisher, the head coach of the Rams made the call to Sam. Sam was in San Diego watching the proceeding with some friends... 
 

Rubin Hurricane Carter Dead at Age 76

Former professional boxer Rubin Carter nicknamed “Hurricane” died Sunday at 76 years of age. The U.S. boxer spent over 19 years in prison after being convicted of murder. However, he was released after authorities determined he was not given a fair trial. The announcement of Carter’s death came from John Artis his caretaker and close friend. Carter was considered by many to be a folk hero and was immortalized in both song and film. At the time of his death Carter was battling against prostate cancer that had affected him for close to three... 
 

Shaquille O’Neal Investigated for Assault

The Atlanta Police are investigating an incident that took place involving Shaquille O’Neal a former star in the NBA and a current basketball analyst with TNT. O’Neal has not yet been charged with any crime and his attorney called the incident on May 19 of 2013 horseplay. The alleged victim is a Turner Studios co-worker. O’Neal’s co-worker has alleged that the former NBA star tackled him, which caused an injury to his back. The two at the time had been working at the studios, said the Atlanta Police on Monday evening. Robert Williams said... 
 

Paul to Miss Up to Five Weeks

Chris Paul the point guard for the Los Angeles Clippers has been told he could miss between three and five weeks after separating his shoulder in the Clippers Friday night victory 119-112 versus the Dallas Mavericks. Paul sustained his injury when he fell hard on the floor following a foul by Monta Ellis a guard for the Mavericks midway through the third quarter. Minutes later, an announcement was given that Paul would not be returning to the game. Doc Rivers, the head coach for the Clippers clarified Paul’s injury later that night. He told reporters... 
 

Lozada Engaged to Baseball’s Carl Crawford

Evelyn Lozada has revealed that she became engaged on Christmas Day to Carl Crawford a baseball star with the Los Angeles Dodgers. The former Basketball Wives co-star has rebounded quite quickly from her short and tumultuous marriage to Chad Johnson the former NFL wide receiver. Lozada found love quickly and soon a baby will arrive for her and husband to be Crawford. Lozada switched her sports allegiances and at the same time has become engaged, as she showed off an engagement ring said to be worth $1.4 million. The sports reality star, who is 38... 
 

Mack Brown Leaving Texas After 16 Seasons

Mack Brown led the Texas Longhorns to the national title in 2005, but announced it was time to make a change at the top and announced his resignation after coaching the Longhorns for 16 seasons. Saturday night the university released a statement that said the Brown had revived a dormant football program in 1997, but acknowledged change was need following a record of 30-20 including a Big 12 record of 18-17 over the past four seasons. This season Texas was 8-4 and lost the title in the Big 12 to Baylor. Brown, who is 62, said his last game as the... 
 

Selling Your Horse at Auction

At some point in time, every horse owner faces the thought of selling his or her horse. Some people hire brokers to sell their horse while other chose to sell it themselves. Making the decision to sell your horse can be a hard one and one that seems like a daunting task. However, preparation will help you sell your horse quicker, easier and most of the time for more money. Regardless, it is best to always maintain your horse insurance in place even if you are selling your horse. Something could happen to the horse while showing it or the horse could... 
 

Protesters Blast Nickname of Washington

The governor of Minnesota called the nickname for the NFL’s Washington Redskins both racist and offensive. Others, who are against the nickname, marched prior to the game between the Minnesota Vikings and Washington to the Metrodome. On Thursday night, Washington arrived for their game and was greeted by a large group of protesters that included over 700 demonstrators. Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton and Betsy Hodges the Mayor elect for Minneapolis demanded the team scrap its nickname. Protesters, of which the vast majority were Native Americans,... 
 

U.S. Qualifies for 2014 World Cup in Brazil

The United States men’s soccer team defeated Mexico on Tuesday night in Columbus, Ohio by the score of 2-0. With the victory and a draw between Honduras and Panama, the United States has qualified for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. The U.S. scored two goals during the second half to defeat Mexico and put the Mexicans on the brink of not qualifying for the World Cup. Tim Howard had an excellent match in goal for the U.S. rebounding from a below par showing last Friday when Costa Rica defeated the Americans 3-1. Howard said everyone expects the U.S.... 
 

Gareth Bale Finally Seals Deal with Real

Gareth Bale was unveiled on Monday as the latest transfer for Real Madrid. The Spanish soccer power paid a world record fee to sign Bale. Thousands of Real’s fans came to the Bernabeu Stadium to greet the former winger for Tottenham Hotspur. Bale cost Real $132 million and was officially welcomed to the club by its president Florentino Perez, at Monday’s press conference. Bale, just 24, said he was absolutely amazed at joining the giants of soccer in Spain and hoped he could help the team achieve success and win the European Cup in 2014 for... 
 

Red Sox Broadcaster’s Son Facing Murder Charge

Jared Remy, son of former Boston Red Sox second baseman and the current longtime broadcaster for the team, Jerry Remy, on Friday was in court pleading not guilty to the fatal stabbing of his girlfriend. The murder charges came just 24 hours after he had been released by police for allegedly assaulting the same girlfriend. Remy was in District Court in Waltham where he was arraigned on domestic battery and assault and murder charges in Thursday night’s killing of 27-year old Jennifer Martel. Police responded to a number of calls to 911 from an... 
 

Hernandez’s Uncle Dies in freak accident

On Saturday, another freak accident claimed the life of another family member of Aaron Hernandez, the former tight end of the New England Patriots. Early Saturday morning, Robert Valentine, Hernandez’s uncle died after crashing a moped, said Bristol, Connecticut police. Valentine was the brother of the mother of Hernandez. Police announced that Valentine was aboard a 2012 moped and struck the curb on the roadway’s right hand side. The impact threw Valentine from his moped and he landed in a driveway hitting his head on the curb. Valentine, at... 
 

Lincecum Hurls Second No-Hitter of the Season in MLB

Tim Lincecum, a pitcher for the San Francisco Giants and a two-time Cy Young Award winner has added one more stellar accomplishment to his resume. The right-hander threw a no-hitter on Saturday against the San Diego Padres. Lincecum’s no-hitter included 13 strikeouts and 148 pitches, the most the right-hander has thrown this season and in his career. At the end of this season, Lincecum becomes a free agent and until Saturday’s game had not record one out in the eighth inning of any of his starts. His effort this season has been erratic and he... 
 

Protests in Brazil continue while Matches are played

Brazilian police forces clashed with protesters prior to Thursday’s semifinal match between Italy and Spain in Fortaleza, a city in the northeastern part of the country. As many as 5,000 people marched towards the soccer stadium just a few hours prior to the kickoff of the Confederations Cup semifinal match. To stop the protesters, police responded by shooting tear gas canisters at a small number of men who looked determined to cause disruption. This protest was just the latest in a number against corruption in the country. Police arrested over... 
 

Miami Heat Wins NBA Title For Second Consecutive Season

The city of Miami enjoyed its third NBA title, while its current leader and the best player in the NBA enjoyed his second. Miami has won three NBA titles as a franchise and LeBron James has won two as a player. On Thursday night, the Heat beat the San Antonio Spurs in game 7 of the best of seven NBA Finals 95-88, in front of a raucous sellout crowd. James had his ups and downs during the first six games of the final series, but saved his best for last to help him earn the NBA Finals MVP for the second straight season. Teammate Dwayne Wade played... 
 

Steelers Tackle Stabbed By Men Stealing his Truck

Mike Adams a tackle with the Pittsburgh Steelers was stabbed on Saturday in the stomach while trying to stop men from stealing his truck from his home on the South Side of the city. The tackle, in his second year, was the rookie of the year on the team in 2012, was at a hospital recovering said team officials. Adams’ agent Eric Metz said the Steelers tackle would be okay. He said that Adams had admitted to being lucky and that he would be ready to start training camp in July. Kevin Colbert the general manager for the Steelers said in a press release... 
 

Williams Scores Two, Kings Advance to Conference Finals

Justin Williams scored two goals and the Los Angeles Kings, the defending Stanley Cup champions have advanced to play in the NHL Western Conference finals. Los Angeles defeated the San Jose Sharks Tuesday night 2-1 in the seventh and deciding game of the series. Goalie Jonathan Quick stopped 25 shots for Los Angeles, who extended their winning streak at home to 14 games setting a new franchise record. The win was their first win in a game 7 since the 1993 conference finals when Wayne Gretzky recorded a hat trick. In the upcoming conference finals,... 
 

Jacksons to Plead Guilty to Charges

Sources said on Saturday that Jesse Jackson Jr. as well as his wife Sandi would plead guilty to charges filed against them that allege the former Congressman misused campaign funds in the amount of $750,000 and his wife allegedly understated the couple’s income on six years of tax returns. Jackson Jr., a Democrat from Chicago, who is 47, was charged on Friday with conspiracy to commit mail fraud, wire fraud and to false statements. If found guilty of the charges he could face as much as five years behind bars, a fine as large as $250,000 along... 
 

Baltimore Wins Super Bowl XLVII 34-31

Thanks to numerous mistakes by the San Francisco 49ers and some great plays by quarterback Joe Flacco, the Baltimore Ravens won Super Bowl XLVII 34-31. The Ravens were able to rush out to a lead in the game, led early in the third quarter 28-6 and looked as if they were ready to turn the lights out on the 49ers. Actually, the lights did go out, but in the Superdome. A power outage caused a 36-minute delay in the third quarter and the Ravens lost a bit of their momentum. Once the delay was over, the 49ers quickly put 7 points on the board and ended... 
 

Woods Earns another Victory at Torrey Pines

World No. 2 golfer Tiger Woods recorded another victory at the Torrey Pines golf course on Monday when he won the PGA Farmers Insurance Open by four strokes. The event’s final round had to be played on Monday after Saturday’s third round had been cancelled due to fog that came in from the Pacific Ocean. Woods took an eight-stroke lead on the back nine after sinking a birdie putt on 13 and never looked back from that point on. The final round was marred by slow play and Woods was visibly uncomfortable and upset over the last four holes of his... 
 

Americans Have Little Hope for Bipartisanship

Even though Americans are more upbeat about the direction in which the country is headed than most were four years ago, voters are less confident that the government can help them. The first inauguration of President Obama was a time of hope for bipartisanship as 50% of people in the U.S. predicted at that time both major political parties would try to work better together. However, four years have passed and the same balance of power in Washington remains, but this time the public is less optimistic with only 23% expecting Congress to work together... 
 

Researchers discover new disease in Northeast

Researchers have found a new disease in the northeast part of the U.S. that is transmitted by the same deer tick that also infects people with Lyme disease. Researchers from a number of higher learning institutes including Tufts and Yale said the new disease, which included symptoms similar to the flu, is bacterial and can also produce symptoms such as hearing problems, confusion, withdrawal, weight loss and difficulty walking. It is estimated by the researchers that 1% of the population in the region where Lyme disease is most prevalent – western... 
 

Samsung Beats Wall Street Expectations

South Korea based Samsung Electronics, the world’s largest maker of television and mobile handsets reported its fourth quarter earnings on Wednesday. The earnings were higher than Wall Street expectations as the electronics giants’ sales of its smartphone Galaxy and its phone-tablet Note II withstood the debut of Apple’s iPhone 5 in October. Samsung, during the recent fourth quarter, sold close to 62 million smartphone units, which compared to only 45 million sold by Apple. Samsung’s operating profit was up by 89% to over $8.3 billion for... 
 

Super Bowl XLVII Odds Released

This year’s Super Bowl will have a new champion for the eighth consecutive season. Last year’s Super Bowl Champion, the New York Giants did not qualify for the playoffs and cannot defend their title. According to many odds makers, the favorites at this time to reach the Super Bowl and fight for the Vince Lombardi trophy are the Denver Broncos from the AFC and the San Francisco 49ers of the NFC. Peyton Manning, in just his first season as the quarterback for the Broncos led the team to the no. 1 seed in the AFC and a 13-3 regular season record. There... 
 

Arab Spring Makes Athletes Prouder to Play for their Countries

Once again, patriotism across the Arab world is blossoming thanks in part to the ouster of Muammar Gadhafi and Hosni Mubarak during the Arab Spring. Wajdi Bouallegue, one of the Arab world’s best gymnasts from Tunisia said he remembered when he was informed he had been suspended in 2009 by his country’s Olympic committee for allegedly tearing up a picture of the country’s president. Bouallegue who has represented the country in the 2004 and 2012 Olympic Games used the time during his suspension to take a respite from the constant demands of... 
 

South Carolina Governor Selects Replacement for DeMint

Tim Scott first arrived in Congress just two years ago as a Representative from South Carolina and on Monday was appointed to succeed former Senator Jim DeMint as one of South Carolina’s two senators. His appointment makes him the South’s first black senator since late in the 19th century. He arrived two years ago thanks to the push of the Tea Party during the mid-term elections of 2010. He will be sworn in on January 3 and will become the Senate’s only African-American and just the fifth to serve in the senate since the end of the Civil War,... 
 

Middle East moving towards more Solar Energy

In the United Arab Emirates and more specifically in Abu Dhabi, plans have started to build the largest solar power plant in the Middle East to be called the Shams 1 Solar Project. The plant will be a 100-megawatt solar powered plant that will be capable of generating power for more than 20,000 homes. The Special Envoy for Climate and Energy Change and the CEO of Masdar from the UAE, which is government funded, Sultan Ahmed al-Jaber said, our country is not like many others today that desperately need a complimentary form of power. Our point of... 
 

Dodgers Kept Spending and Spending

The Major League Baseball season is barely a month over yet the Los Angeles Dodgers organization is already dishing out huge sums of money to try to help bring the best players possible to southern California. Early Tuesday the Dodgers signed Ryu Hyun-jin a pitcher from South Korea. The Dodgers followed up that signing by announcing that Zack Greinke, one of the prized free agents on the market, had agreed to a multi-year contract. Ryu is the first player from the Korea baseball league to move directly into the majors. The deal for Greinke was for... 
 

Did Oregon Lose or were they beaten by Officials?

On Saturday night, the Stanford Cardinal, ranked at the time no. 13 in the nation, upset the no. 1 ranked Oregon Ducks 17-14 in overtime. The loss probably took away any chance for the Ducks to play for the national championship. If that was not enough to jumble up the national title picture, the Kansas State Wildcats also lost to Baylor, making for even more of a scrambled title mix. However, going back to the Oregon loss, most if not all Oregon supporters, players and coach will tell you they were beaten not by the Stanford Cardinal, but by the... 
 

NCAA Basketball Starts Tonight

The NCCA basketball season will tip off tonight with a variety of games. One is being played on a military base in Europe, three games between tonight and Sunday will be played aboard Navy ships and one will be in a revamped building for a former national champion. The Connecticut Huskies will play their first game without former coach Jim Calhoun who retired because of a bad back. The Huskies will face Michigan State, who is ranked no. 14, in Kasierslautern, Germany at the Ramstein Air base. It is the first time two Division I schools have played... 
 

Giants take World Series Title

The San Francisco Giants needed 10 innings, but were able to defeat the Detroit Tigers to sweep the World Series and have now won the World Series twice in the past three seasons. The win on Sunday night gave the Giants a four game sweep of the Tigers. The final score was 4-3 and gave the Giants the title in front of Tigers’ fans at Comerica Park. The Giants needed an impressive display of baseball in their past two series prior to the World Series, which had made the World Series seem almost anticlimactic. In both the division series and the... 
 

Lance Armstrong Dropped by Nike

On Wednesday, Nike, Inc. announced it would end its contractual relationship with Lance Armstrong. The contract was for an endorsement deal that earned Armstrong millions of dollars. The decision by Nike took place only a week after reports were released by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency that outline the doping allegations that have been leveled against Armstrong, when he was victorious seven straight years in the Tour de France between 1999 and 2005. Armstrong was handed a ban for his lifetime from the USADA and had his titleshe earned during his... 
 

Saints win as Brees Sets New Record

New Orleans defeated the San Diego Chargers on Sunday night for their first victory of the season. In the win, Saints’ quarterback Drew Brees set a new record and spoke after the game of trying to salvage the season that looks tough to do with a 1-4 record. Brees said he understands how difficult of a challenge it is for the team to turn their season around, but stressed the team has the right type of players to do it. In the win, Brees broke Johnny Unitas’ 52-year old record of throwing at least one touchdown pass in 48 consecutive games. He... 
 

McIlroy Looking to win FedEx Cup

Northern Ireland’s Rory McIlroy will tee off in the first round of the Tour Championship this afternoon with Tiger Woods as his playing partner. The 23-year old is in quest of the FedEx Cup title that will pay him or whoever wins, a bonus of $10 million. McIlroy has won two of the first three events in the FedEx Cup playoffs, but the points earned have been reset to give all 30 golfers left in the event a legitimate shot at winning the Cup. Of course, the top five players prior to the points being reset will have a better opportunity of winning... 
 

NFL Players and Coaches Want “Real” Referees Back

After a number of cheap shots, missed calls and on the field arguments players and coaches in the NFL are upset about the quality of the replacement referees. The start of the season marked just the second time in the history of the league that replacement referees were calling games. The referee’s union and league officials were unable to reach a contract agreement during the off season and it resulted in the league locking out the referees prior to the start of the season. During the first week of games, players and coach said the referees did... 
 

National Hockey League Facing Another Possible Lockout

A possible lockout is on the horizon as the National Hockey League season edges closer and league officials and the player’s union has not come to an agreement. The two parties are now communicating with one another. However, no new sessions for negotiating have been scheduled for the end of the week. On Saturday, Gary Bettman the Commissioner of the league is scheduled to announce a lockout of NHL players. That would mark the fourth time since 1992 that there has been a work stoppage. Late Thursday, Bill Daly the deputy commissioner of the league... 
 

U.S. Beats Jamaica in World Cup Qualifier

The men’s U.S. National Soccer team rebounded from a disappointing loss last week to Jamaica by beating the same Jamaican team on Tuesday night. The win gave the U.S. a tie for the lead in its groups that includes Jamaica, Guatemala and Antigua and Barbuda. Herculez Gomez scored for the U.S. in the 55th minute and that was the only score needed in the 1-0 win. Gomez’s goal came from a curling free kick, in front of thousands of fans in Columbus, Ohio. The U.S. team completely dominated the first half. The Americans held possession of the ball... 
 
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