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America Watching Football Online

America Watching Football Online

By Kim Komando August 28, 2011 It was only two years ago that I came to fully understand the magic of football. The occasion was attending my first Super Bowl. I was caught up in the crowd’s escalated enthusiasm and impressed by the agility and strength of the players, who were truly at the pinnacle […]

10 Year Old Girl Fighting Cancer Does America Proud with Singing of National Anthem

  By Mike Opelka July 30, 2011 Lily Anderson is just 10-yrs-old, but her rendition of the National Anthem before Thursday’s Braves-Pirates game at Turner Field in Atlanta. Inspired the longest standing ovation Braves pitcher Peter Moylan has ever witnessed. Lily’s remarkable performance was part of “Rally Night,” a special event for kids fighting cancer. […]

Dallas Mavericks Beat Miami Heat to Win Their First NBA Title

Dallas Mavericks Beat Miami Heat to Win Their First NBA Title

By AP June 12, 2011 MIAMI Fla. – for Dirk Nowitzki, the resume is complete. He’s an NBA champion. For LeBron James, the agonizing wait continues for at least one more year. Avenging what happened five years ago in perfect turnabout style, the Dallas Mavericks won their first NBA title by winning Game 6 of […]

Baseball Hall of Famer Great Harmon Killebrew Passes after Cancer Battle

Baseball Hall of Famer Great Harmon Killebrew Passes  after Cancer Battle

By AP May 17, 2011 MINNEAPOLIS — Harmon Killebrew, the Minnesota Twins slugger known for his tape-measure home runs, has died at his home in Scottsdale, Ariz., after battling esophageal cancer. He was 74. The team said Killebrew died peacefully Tuesday morning with his wife, Nita, and their family at his side. He had announced […]

Should College Athletes Be Paid?

Should College Athletes Be Paid?

By Cory Thompson  GCC/Staff Apr. 4, 2011 This is an argument that seems to be gaining ground more than ever. Many believe that college athletes should be paid for their services in different collegiate athletics. Their argument is that there is a lot of money being made from these services and that the money made […]

America Play Ball: Baseball Returns to Wrigley Field

America Play Ball: Baseball Returns to Wrigley Field

By Bob Schneider GCC/Staff Apr. 1, 2011 A typical Cubs Fan in the First Inning. Yes, Baseball has once again started at Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs.  As a shock to ablsolutely no one, the Cubs lost their home opener to the Pittsburg Pirates, 6-3.  After the game, the Cubs new manager said: […]

Never Miss a Super Bowl Club’ Loses One Member He Will Be Missed

  By Meredith Jessup Feb. 15, 2011 MILWAUKEE (AP) — One of the men featured in a Visa credit card television commercial for having never missed a Super Bowl has died at age 79. Though he wasn’t able to make it to Texas, Bob Cook watched from his Milwaukee area hospital bed as his beloved […]

America Here is a Must Read: What it takes To Be a Winner

America Here is a Must Read: What it takes To Be a Winner

By Dan Samaria Publisher/GCC Jan. 23, 2011 Vince Lombardi who is a famous football coach for the Green Bay Packers and whom the Super Bowl Trophy is named after. Once wrote a famous speech about What it takes to be a Winner. This speech could not only be  for today’s football games Jets/Pitt and GB/Bears. […]

Texas Rangers Destroy “No Heart” Yanks for American League Pennant

Texas Rangers Destroy “No Heart” Yanks for American League Pennant

By Dan Samaria Publisher/GCC Oct. 23, 2010 First, we would like to congratulate the Texas Rangers for beating the “no heart” World Champs New York Yankees. I have been a Yankee fan since I was born; let me change that even when I was in my mother’s tummy. This is the first time in my […]

Good-Bye to the Boys of summer

Good-Bye to the Boys of summer

By Bob Schneider   GCC/Staff Oct. 4, 2010      It’s the end of the 2010 Major League Season.  The playoffs start next week.  At some fields, the grass is not quite as green as it was a couple of weeks ago; and the first hints of fall are in the air.  At Wrigley Field, home of The Chicago […]

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